Thanksgiving Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
You'll never believe that this creamy, rich dish doesn't have any potatoes! It's also high in protein for a side with 10 grams per serving!
Toss the canned cranberry jelly and use this homemade version instead. It's ready in no time, and it's full of healthy fruit!
A lighter version of the classic holiday recipe.
A wonderful way to use up the vegetables in your crisper.
A healthy version of a classic fall favorite.
Try this over whole wheat toast with nut butter or to thicken fall soups. You won't believe we didn't add any sugar!
Kid prepared and approved! I am always looking for a salad that my kids can make and then devour. This is a winner for kids and moms.
A re-working of the traditional Thanksgiving side dish. Extra Mushrooms and garlic hide the fact that you are using low-fat dairy products.
Whole wheat bread gives this side staying power. The fruits and vegetables bulk up the dish, so a little goes a long way. A bit of turkey bacon adds another layer of flavor without adding many calories.
After one sip of this savory pumpkin soup, you will be surprised to find it packs a little heat.
I make this at thanksgiving time and its simply delicious and healthier and a lot less soduim than stove top or other boxed stuffing with seasonings
wonderful, no one ever guesses that this is sugar free and Never have any left overs
A lightened up version of a family favorite.
Could add a little protein powder to an individual serving if desired...??
Gravy gets a bad rap, but this tasty sauce can be made with almost no fat.
Onions are often part of the chorus in a dish, but this time we're bringing them to center stage. This is the perfect fall side dish to serve with pork tenderloin or roasted chicken.
Pair onions and sweet potatoes with tangy blue cheese and crunchy walnuts for a stand-out side dish.
A zesty, low cal spin on a fast holiday favorite
Baked butternut squash with a sweet twist.
My family loves green bean casserole, but it is sooo fattening!! So, here is our modified version that is now a favorite in our home for special holidays! When I bring it for potlucks, I never bring any home!!
Saved this recipe from Cooking Light magazine. many years agi, Regularly use this for Thanksgiving & other Holidays. Family raves about it.
This sauce gets better over days, great for leftovers at the holidays.
My family loves these and it is a great way to get the kids to eat veggies.
This dish is our family's favorite and is different than the traditional marshmallow-topped recipe.
Roasted potatoes are a perfect side dish for a cool weather dinner.
The Alternative to Stuffing
This is a low fat version of the bread stuffing I grew up eating.
This dish is simple and quick--you'll love it. Serve it for Thanksgiving or any night of the week.