What if we told you there was a way to make Thanksgiving dinner easier, just as delicious, and with fewer dishes to clean. Well, there is! These muffin pan recipes of your favorite sides will start a new tradition for your family. We love these because they taste amazing and come in the perfect portion size. And if there are any leftover, muffin sides are much easier to pack away for family members hitting the road. Check out these muffin pan recipes right now:
This is probably the most standard Thanksgiving side to have in muffin-form. But, we like to take them to the next level with sharp cheddar cheese. This food blogger gets it right with her light and fluffy cornbread muffins.
We have to admit, we were skeptical of these at first. Where's the toasty marshmallow topping?! But after one bite, we were sold. These layers of flavor are the perfect side to pair with your juicy turkey and mounds of stuffing.
We don't even care if the kids' table says "No, thank you" to these amazing stuffed mushrooms. More for the adults! Stuff button mushrooms with garlic, cheese, and spices for a unique addition to the Thanksgiving dinner table.
We all know the best part of the stuffing pan is the corners. All the flavor bakes into those wonderfully crispy pieces and we can't get enough. To make every bite the best bite, bake your stuffing in a muffin pan! No more fighting for the corners this year.
These aren't a traditional Thanksgiving side, but we love them as an appetizer! Fill these flaky puff pastries with a warm spinach filling. We highly recommend only making one for each person. Too many and you won't have any room for turkey!
Forget the garlic breath you'll get after eating these garlic money bread rolls; the taste is worth it! These golden-brown rolls are the perfect companion to scoop up the leftover gravy on your plate. We'll have one, or two more, please!
If pumpkin isn't your thing, you don't have to miss out on dessert! Stand out from your family members by finishing the night with these mini pecan pies baked in a muffin tin. Just make sure you make more than one; even the pumpkin-lovers will be eyeing these post dinner.