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5 Thanksgiving Sides To Complete Your Holiday Meal

The Thanksgiving turkey and ham are the stars of the show, but Thanksgiving dinner is nothing without super sides on your side. (Sorry, couldn’t resist.) We’ve compiled the best Thanksgiving side dishes to make your meal memorable and freshen up your Thanksgiving meal menu.

Thanksgiving Sides

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

1. Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs Recipe

Life wouldn’t be complete without deviled eggs at a holiday table — at least not at our house. However, they can be pain because it is a process to boil and assemble. The trick is how you boil them so that they peel easy! It makes the whole process less painful so you can enjoy the yumminess!

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2. Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Orange Sauce Recipe

Please don’t tell me that you use that suction-out-of-a-can cranberry sauce? If you’ve never made cranberry sauce, you should try it. It’s way easier than you think and it is so good! The awesome thing about this recipe is that if you have leftovers, it can be used to make a festive dip.

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3. Honey Cinnamon Butter

Cinnamon Butter

Want to add a little pizazz to your dinner rolls? Then whip up this super quick butter. (If you like Logan’s Roadhouse butter, you’ll love this.)

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4. Crock Pot Corn Casserole

Slow Cooker Corn Casserole

This slow cooker corn casserole (or corn pudding) is a house favorite that I make all year long. It’s good as a holiday side or in the summer as a barbecue side.

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5. Apple, Pear and Cranberry Salad

Apple Pear Cranberry and Poppy Seed Salad Recipe

poppyseed dressing (AFFILIATE)
This is a refreshing side for your Thanksgiving dinner, and the apple and cranberry give it a fall vibe. When I make this, the kids and the adults love it! The poppyseed dressing really makes the salad, but if you’re worried that others won’t like it, leave the salad undressed and offer a couple of dressing choices.

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