Vegetables are as much apart of the thanksgiving table as the turkey. These quick and easy vegetable side dishes are quick, easy, and satisfying. You can't go wrong with 10 minute firehouse green beans, rich loaded mashed potatoes and simple roasted honey bacon brussel sprouts. Check out the recipes for these wonderful dishes below
Firehouse green beans is a delicious alternative to classic green bean casserole. This five ingredient vegetable side dish comes together in just 10 minutes. If you must have those addicting canned French fried onions, feel free to sprinkle some over the top.
The Thanksgiving table would be remiss without a winter squash dish. Sausage and rice stuffed acorn squash is a hearty side dish is a favorite at my house. The beauty of acorn squash is that there is a natural pocket to put the stuffing. While this particular recipe fills the squash with a a rice and sausage mixture, you can cater your stuffing to what you have available in your pantry.
No Thanksgiving meal would complete without a bowl of creamy mashed potatoes. This recipe takes this classic comfort food one step further and adds crispy bacon, scallions, and sour cream. Yukon gold potatoes are the potatoes of choice for this recipe because they really creamy when pureed.
Vegetable dishes like roasted apples, carrots and parsnips with fresh thyme help ease the work load in the kitchen on Thanksgiving. The fall fruit and root vegetables are cut up (all roughly the same size), tossed with olive oil and fresh thyme and roasted until caramelized and golden brown.
Smoky, sweet and spicy, these brussel sprouts taste anything but dull. The boldly flavored brussel sprouts will turn your from a brussel sprout hater into a brussel sprout lover. You will appreciate how fast and easy this vegetable side dish comes together.