It is a tradition that Thanksgiving dinner tables are gathered around. The sweet aromas of home cooking fill the air. Your ears begin to prick as you listen for the sound of silverware hitting the china. If hosting or attending the Thanksgiving party feels overwhelming, don’t worry. We’ll be showing you how to make some side dishes for Thanksgiving that will go well with turkey, and will please even fussy eaters.

Top Thanksgiving Side Dishes That Are Simple to Make

These side dishes for Thanksgiving are easy to prepare and clean up. These side dishes require little equipment and only simple, fresh ingredients that you can find at the grocery store.

1. Loaded Slow Cooker Potatoes – Thanksgiving Side Dishes

We don’t believe that your family has friends or relatives who dislike potatoes, unless they are currently on a diet. You can make many delicious and healthy dishes from it. For example, these slow-cooker loaded potatoes. This gluten-free recipe will be a favorite Thanksgiving side dish. They can be made any day of the week, so you don’t need Thanksgiving to enjoy them.  This delicious side dish can be made quickly with Punch Fork . We found it on Punch Fork . You only need ten ingredients. It can be made in a crockpot so you don’t have the worry of keeping it clean. It takes about five hours to cook so prepare it well in advance of Thanksgiving. Baby potatoes, shredded Cheddar, garlic cloves and bacon are all good ingredients. Also, you can use paprika, cooking oil, freshly ground black pepper, kosher Salt, and sour milk. Let us know your thoughts once you have tried it!

2. Leftover Mashed Potato Balls – Thanksgiving Dinner

You should also try leftover mashed potatoes balls, a quick and delicious side dish for Thanksgiving. Although it’s usually served as an appetizer, we think it would be great with Thanksgiving dinner. Surprisingly, the recipe requires only seven ingredients: leftover mashed potato, scallions and shredded Cheddar cheese. Eggs, breadcrumbs and vegetable oil are all required. These mashed potato balls don’t require a food processor, mixer, or any other equipment. They can be made with your hands. The only thing left is to combine all the ingredients, shape them into small balls and then deep fry them in oil until they turn golden brown. Sprinkle them with coarse salt. Serve them with any leftover cranberry sauce, gravy, or a combination thereof. Just A Taste contains all the details. To make 30 mashed potato ball, you will need to prep the ingredients in 15 minutes and cook them in 5 minutes.

3. Thanksgiving Food: Baked Candied Yams

Baked candied yams are another dish that you can add to your Thanksgiving menu. Although you may have already tried oven-baked sweet potato, did you know that the same recipe can be used for yams as well? This Thanksgiving recipe is delicious and low in calories. It only takes nine ingredients. You can prepare the ingredients in just 15 minutes. A simple recipe was found on I Heart Recipes. We recommend it. You will need medium-sized yams and salted butter. After you have combined the ingredients, pour the batter over the whole yams. Spread them out evenly and bake for 45 minutes at 350F. This recipe makes six servings.

4. Crispy Garlic Mashed Potatoes with Butter Parmesan – Thanksgiving Sides

Crispy garlic smashed potatoes is a great Thanksgiving side dish. The butter and cheese combination makes them absolutely delicious. This recipe is great for families with different dietary requirements. Only one ingredient needs to be prepared in this meal: the potatoes. It takes only 10 minutes to prepare the entire meal. Boil the potatoes in salted boiling water and then bake them in an oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, for 30-35 minutes.

5. Thanksgiving Dishes: Baked Sweet Potatoes

Easy to make, baked sweet potatoes are a wonderful addition to any Thanksgiving menu. This Thanksgiving side dish is great with any meat, including turkey or ham. After thoroughly washing the potatoes, poke holes into them and drizzle olive oil on them. Finally, sprinkle salt over them. You can then roast the sweet potatoes at 400° Fahrenheit for approximately 45 minutes, or until they are tender when pricked using a fork. Find out more about Mom at Timeout. These delicious baked sweet potatoes can be prepared with just a few ingredients. They taste even better when topped with butter, cinnamon, or sugar.

6. Golden Sweet Cornbread – Thanksgiving Recipes

This delicious Thanksgiving side-dish recipe for golden sweet Cornbread is great for serving alongside turkey, gravy, or any other holiday dishes. Golden sweet cornbread takes only 10 minutes to make. This is the best thing about it. You will need all-purpose flour and yellow cornmeal. Mix all ingredients together and then pour it onto a baking sheet. Heat the mixture in the oven at 400°F for 20-25 minutes. It’s that simple! You should get 12 portions when you’re done.

7. Classic Stuffing – Traditional Thanksgiving Meal

This Thanksgiving stuffing is delicious and just as it should be – it’s delicious! Averie Cooks provides an easy step-by-step guide to making delicious stuffing everyone will love. You only need a few ingredients: onions and celery, butter, bread, eggs, broth, fresh herbs, butter, cream, and bread. To enhance the flavor, you can add poultry seasoning. The stuffing should be baked at 250°F for 20 minutes. There should be about 8-10 servings.

8. Simple Cranberry Sauce – Best Thanksgiving Sides

You will love the taste of cranberry syrup at your next Thanksgiving meal! It’s a must-have and one of the best side dishes for Thanksgiving. Because it is simple to prepare, it will impress your friends and family. It still tastes homemade! You only need fresh or frozen cranberries and sugar. You can add pecans or raisins, orange zest, blueberries and currants to make it even more delicious. You shouldn’t spend more than five minutes preparing the dish. The sauce is ready after you have combined everything for about 15-20 minutes on low heat, or until it thickens. This is the perfect time to prepare the sauce before you set your family down at the dinner table.

9. Buttermilk Biscuits: Best Thanksgiving Sides

Make your Thanksgiving special with these buttermilk biscuits that are perfectly flaky and moist. This recipe is not for the faint of heart. It’s still one of the best Thanksgiving sides! These delicious biscuits can be made in under 30 minutes with just a few ingredients: all-purpose flour (all-purpose flour), salt, baking powder and baking soda, buttermilk, sugar, unsalted Buttermilk, and sugar. These biscuits are easy to make. Simply mix all ingredients until they form a dough and then roll the mixture into 1/2 inch thick. Before placing the biscuits on a parchment-covered baking sheet, cut them into pieces. Bake the biscuits for 15-18 minutes at 450°F until they are golden.