Plan the Best Thanksgiving Dinner. Here are some easy Thanksgiving side dishes that will make your holiday dinner a success. Download a free Thanksgiving dinner checklist to help you prepare.
This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx. All opinions are my own.
Let’s face it. Planning a holiday dinner requires some thought and preparation. Whether you are expecting two people or 20 people, we all want our Thanksgiving dinner to come off without a hitch.
Deep breath. I got you.
While the main component of your holiday dinner is most likely already decided, today I want to focus on the sides. I am in no way taking the spotlight away from the turkey, but the sides deserve a little attention too.
Be sure to scroll down and download a free Thanksgiving Dinner Prep list.
Side dishes don’t have to be complicated. Today I am teaming up with some great brands and sharing some easy Thanksgiving sides that you can serve.
Plan the Best Thanksgiving Dinner: Please Pass the Sides
Bridgford® Parkerhouse Style Rolls
Please pass the rolls. As a carb-lover, rolls always have a spot on our holiday table. Take the stress out of your preparations and grab a bag or two of Bridgford® Parkerhouse Style Rolls from the freezer aisle at your local grocery store.
Each bag makes 24 rolls. These frozen rolls just need to be baked according to package directions. No rolling or kneading necessary, making it super easy. AND, these rolls are great for turkey sliders the day after. Save on your purchase of Bridgford products by downloading the digital coupon here.
Homestyle Parmesan Cheese and Seasoned Breadcrumbs from 4C
Parmesan cheese and breadcrumbs are always a great pantry staple to have on hand. Each can be used in so many different recipes.
As a cheese lover, 4C Homestyle Parmesan Cheese adds nutty and delicious flavor to every recipe. This is 100% grated cheese with no fillers or additives.
Try adding it to your roasted sweet potatoes. This Rosemary Parmesan Sweet Potato recipe makes a great Thanksgiving side dish.
4C Breadcrumbs are another pantry staple that I always use. These freshly toasted breadcrumbs are even available in a gluten-free variety.
What do I like to use these breadcrumbs for? My easy breaded cauliflower recipe is always a hit and has a special place at my Thanksgiving table (right next to me).
I Cook in Color: Bright Flavors from My Kitchen and Around the World by Asha Gomez and Martha Hall Foose
I love a good cookbook. Not only are they great for new ideas and inspiration, cookbooks also make great gifts. If you like diverse cuisine, then you will love I Cook in Color: Bright Flavors from My Kitchen and Around the World by Asha Gomez and Martha Hall Foose.
It’s important to recognize and celebrate other cultures. I Cook in Color, combines Asha’s warm tone and clear direction with colorful tasty, mouth-watering cultural main dishes, side dishes and dessert recipes.
Dark Chocolate Hummus and Pumpkin Pie Hummus from Tribe Hummus
Satisfy your sweet tooth. I always make sure I have a quick and easy snack idea for everyone to enjoy while I am preparing dinner or as an after-dinner snack.
This year, try serving a better for you snack. Tribe Hummus Dark Chocolate Hummus and Pumpkin Pie Hummus only have 6 grams of sugar per serving.
You can even make a sweet charcuterie board that includes Tribe hummus, fruit, cookies, and nuts. It’s an easy snack idea that you can prepare ahead of time.
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The Bacon Lover from The Baconer
Everything is better with bacon in my book. The Bacon Lover from The Baconer is a great gift idea for the bacon-lover in your life.
The Baconer is a superior handcrafted bacon that’s richly flavored, tender and ready to ship to bacon lovers all over the United States. Who wouldn’t want to receive a bacon box of #1 Premium Artisan Bacon?
Need an easy side dish recipe for your Baconer Bacon Box? Try this easy Green Bean & Bacon salad.
Now that we got the side dishes in order for your Thanksgiving feast, download this Thanksgiving Dinner Prep list to help you with the rest of the meal.
What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes? Leave a comment below. I love to try new recipes.