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Top 10 Thanksgiving Side Dishes to Bring to Your Celebration

by evh on November 16, 2017

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10 Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dishes ~ It’s time to get ready for the most delicious season of the year … the holidays! Put on your stretchy pants and gather around the table with family and friends and let the feasting begin. My mom has taught me to never show up at someone’s house empty handed –– whether that means bringing a simple bottle of wine, showing up with a special gift, or bringing over something to add to the dinner table –– that was just how it was done. Nine times out of ten, I now tend to bring one of each of those things and Thanksgiving is certainly no exception. I have put together a list of flavor-packed dishes that I have been known to show-up with during this season. This includes everything from an easy salad to a hot and spicy dip to a delectable sweet treat. Grab a bottle of wine (or two!) and head over to your food fest with one (or three –– mom knows best!) of these dishes and let the eating begin. 


I love maple anything especially during this time of year.

Maple Bourbon Bacon Pecan Brussels Sprout Salad


This is an easy and healthy way to get the party started –– if you’re into that sort of thing.

Lemon Broccoli Hummus


I love everything about this dish –– the flavors, the colors and the presentation.

Curried Chickpeas, Apple + Kale Stuffed Butternut Squash


Always an easy way to get the cocktails flowing.

Cranberry + Goat Cheese Toasts


Love this fall combo in a jumbo salad.

Warm Kale + Butternut Squash Salad with Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette


Two words … Cheese. Ball.

Citrus Pecan Cheese Ball


This dip is a new-ish favorite of mine and I could eat this by the gallon.

Spicy Parmesan Kale Dip


A brighter style of salad.

Warm Orange + Cranberry Kale Salad


One of my all time favorite ways to enjoy these little spouts.

Maple Sesame Miso Brussels Sprouts


And of course something sweet is always a good way to compliment the pie!

Orange Cranberry Bread with White Chocolate Pecan Glaze 

Cheers to a Delicious Thanksgiving Holiday! 


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