We scoured our Thanksgiving dinner recipes, including apple pies and mashed potatoes, to bring you this impressive list of our best Thanksgiving dishes. These greatest hits are our top-pinned, top-liked, and top-visited Thanksgiving recipes. Get ready to add our best-ever Thanksgiving dishes to your menu this holiday.
Thanksgiving is all about tradition, so turn to this classic bread stuffing recipe to add to your holiday menu. It's got everything you're looking for, including celery, onion, carrots, and seasoned bread cubes.
Frozen green beans, canned soup, and store-bought bread crumbs equal a delicious green bean casserole that is super easy and perfect for busy holidays. It's no wonder this is one of our top-rated Thanksgiving recipes!
Brimming with cream and cheese, these scrumptious mini casseroles are the ultimate mashed potato recipe. Dinner guests will love having their own personal dish of the smooth and fluffy Thanksgiving side dish.
Top creamy whipped sweet potatoes with toasted marshmallows and pecans for a new take on the classic sweet potato casserole. Bonus: The dish can be chilled for up to 24 hours ahead, then reheated for a low-stress, make-ahead recipe.
Here it is -- the perfect mashed potatoes recipe. Not only is the Thanksgiving side dish deliciously rich, creamy, and full of robust garlic flavor, but it's also one of our top slow cooker recipes of all time.
Cranberries and potatoes are Thanksgiving dinner staples, and this baked sweet potato blends the best of the two. Filled with cranberry relish and walnuts, this six-ingredient holiday side-dish recipe boasts a hint of tangy sweetness and nutty crunch in every bite.
Spice up your Thanksgiving dinner menu with this fun take on traditional stuffing recipes. A delicious mix of sweet and savory flavors fills these make-and-take stuffing muffins.
Warm and creamy, this homemade mac and cheese recipe has everything you love about the bubbly casserole: cheese, cheese, and more cheese! This casserole recipe uses cheddar cheese, American cheese, and cheese soup to give every bite rich, delicious flavor.
Flaky layers, butter-browned tops, and a smooth buttermilk flavor make these our go-to Thanksgiving biscuits (the fact that they come together in no time doesn't hurt, either!).
Pumpkin is ultimate when it comes to fall and Thanksgiving recipes, so we weren't surprised when these warm, melt-in-your-mouth crescent rolls showed up as one of your favorites. Add honey butter to every bite -- yum!
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of your veggies, like in the carrots, sweet potatoes, and onions here. A brown sugar-rosemary dressing adds a savory-sweet flavor to the mix; roasted chickpeas add hearty crunch.
Toasted pistachios add an irresistible nutty flavor to sweet cooked carrots in this fast and festive holiday side. A delicious brown sugar and thyme glaze pulls the dish together.
This Thanksgiving turkey is a must-have recipe. It has a citrus marmalade glaze, homemade gravy, garlic-roasted root veggies, and a bread-and-cranberry stuffing. Just add dessert, and your Thanksgiving menu will be complete!
Making a Thanksgiving turkey is easier than you think! For this recipe, all you need is vegetable oil, salt, and pepper for a fully flavored delicious holiday entree.
Maple-laced pumpkin pie is the perfect celebration of fall -- and the perfect end to any Thanksgiving dinner menu. Just slice, top with a spoonful of maple whipped cream, and serve to your holiday guests.
This cinnamon-spiced apple dessert may not be your usual Thanksgiving pie, but it's one of our most popular recipes of all time! Chopped pecans, rolled oats, and sugar make up the delicious crumb topping that takes this dish from run-of-the-mill to extraordinary!
Pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg turn these cookies into absolute showstoppers. When topped with homemade frosting and a touch of cinnamon, the soft cookies become even more irresistible.
Spiced apples loaded with a sticky-sweet caramel topping is one Thanksgiving pie recipe your holiday guests won't be able to get enough of. The secret to this fantastic dessert? We roast the apples before baking them, adding an extra depth of flavor to the pie recipe.