If you're like me, you're trying hard to hold onto your Fall decor while everyone else is spewing Christmas carols at you.
I love Christmas, don't get me wrong.
But I want to enjoy Thanksgiving too!
So while everyone else is starting on gift guides, etc.
I want to make a conscious effort to share a couple of Thanksgiving, or Friends-Giving meal inspiration posts.
These are recipes that I have either tried or want to try and I'm going to do today's on side dishes and hopefully at least two more (on desserts and appetizers!)
These Old Fashioned Southern Green Beans would be a perfect addition to any Thanksgiving table. The recipe is simple and easy to follow, and although I haven't tried out this particular one, it's very similar to the way that I cook my green beans.
There are a couple of things that I love about this Oven Roasted Cauliflower recipe: It doesn't have too many ingredients and it doesn't take too long-perfect for meals when you're short on time and short on cash.
I'm still a little skeptical about cauliflower, but this recipe sounds so flavorful that I'm going to have to try it out soon!
Anything cooked in a slow cooker is high on my list for side dishes, it helps take some stress off of you & frees up space on your stove-top and in the oven.
This recipe for Easy Italian Seasoned Potatoes only has three ingredients (technically you have to make one of the ingredients (the Italian seasoning), but you can buy Italian seasoning at the store!)
We had corn suffle at our wedding reception and I think it was my favorite food there. This corn spoon bread is very similar and seems very simple to replicate.
I think it's the perfect warm and cozy dish to bring to a Thanksgiving table!
I hope y'all enjoyed this little round-up. . .
What sides are a must for your Thanksgiving table?
Which of these above sound the best to you?
Until next time. . .