No Thanksgiving menu yet? No worries!!!These 6 easy last-minute Thanksgiving sides are no-fuss, super simple, but comforting and delicious.
Go ahead and buy the turkey; no recipe for a Tom included here. However, even if you haven’t made your Thanksgiving grocery list, no fear. These 6 dishes are tried and true family faves at my house, and they are simple and delicious.
Here are my favorite 6 Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Sides:
A Tom turkey is a staple at Thanksgiving, but a small ham makes the meal complete. This brown sugar & maple glazed spiral sliced ham is easy breezy and SO delicious! Any leftovers will make great stuffing for biscuits for a post-Thanksgiving breakfast!
Thanksgiving without creamed corn just won’t do. Thankfully, with frozen McKenzie’s corn, you can easily make creamed corn 2 ways~simple or fancy. The simple creamed corn recipe using McKenzie’s is my family’s favorite. Simple~just like Grandnanny used to make.
These Mississippi green beans are our favorite, and they are perfect for Thanksgiving because they are made ahead, marinaded overnight, and simply baked on the day of the meal.
This 4 Cheese potato casserole with chives is one of our favorite potato sides, and it couldn’t be easier to make. Using Ore-Ida Steam & Mash Potatoes, you won’t have to peel, dice or boil the first spud!
If you want a cranberry side to complement the turkey and dressing, my favorite is Grandnanny’s Cranberry & Orange Salad. It is my dear Grandnanny’s recipe. This is the cranberry salad that we ate every Thanksgiving at her house, and it is the one I’ll always make for my own family.
These Callie’s Cheese & Chive Biscuits are my copycat version of the fabulous (but pricey) Callie’s biscuits. These are to die for yummy, and they can be made ahead and frozen, then simply covered with foil and reheated on the morning of serving.
I hope one or more of these recipes is just what you need to round out your holiday meal. As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!