Even if you wait until the last minute to decide what to make, and have practically no time, you can still bring an excellent dish to the Thanksgiving table. Read on for six delicious and easy options!
If you want to impress your dinner companions with practically no effort, this is a step up from your typical cranberry sauce as it features hot peppers and red wine, but it’s still a snap to make!
This recipe couldn’t be easier – it’s really a “set it and forget it” method. Kelsey melts a stick of butter in the bottom of a heavy-bottomed pot, then adds sweet potato rounds sliced to about 1/3 inch thick. She mixes in a combination of brown sugar, white sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg, then covers with a tight-fitting lid and cooks for an hour. When they’re done cooking, add a dash of vanilla and stir. Top with toasted pecans before serving. That’s it!
Tip: If your sweet potatoes break down too much for your liking, these are also excellent served mashed.
Got some potatoes and a lemon? You’ve got a side! You’d be surprised to see how much the simple addition of olive oil and lemon juice can transform simple boiled potatoes! This quick and delicious dish is also cooked on the stove top so it won’t take up oven space.
Creamy mashed cauliflower blended with herbed Boursin cheese makes for a side dish the whole family will love! It's also easy to prep ahead.
Tip: Don't bother to chop up the cauliflower -- if you cook it with half a cup of liquid (water or stock) in a tightly covered pan, the steam will cook it through, and you can just mash it up.
This candied acorn squash is beautiful on the table and the caramel complements the natural sweetness of the squash, plus it couldn’t be easier to make!
How about a scrumptious dessert that only features three ingredients and doesn’t require the use of an oven? Where do we sign up?
What’s your favorite easy Thanksgiving side? Share below, then watch how easy it is to make Kelsey’s sweet potatoes!