Thanksgiving Recipes 2017: Top 5 Easy Sides Dishes For You To Enjoy This Year!

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Some of us might be on our way to prepare our first Thanksgiving dinner. While the main event is the turkey, whether or not it is roasted or fried, real or meat-alternative, man cannot and will not live on turkey alone. If preparing the sides make you feel overwhelmed, fear no longer! There are plenty of dishes that are easy to prepare without too much stress, not just the ones you just microwave, either!

Would you like to try out these recipes?

Roasted Cauliflower

Combining honey, olive oil and chili flakes, this dish should be sugar, spice and everything nice mixed all into one! It only takes around half-an-hour to prepare, according to Cooking Channel TV.

Cranberry Salad

Sure, cranberry sauce comes in a can, but why not show your worth this Thanksgiving! Mixing cranberry puree with marshmallows and whipped cream, this takes over 4 hours to make, according to Cooking Channel TV, but most of that comes from sticking it in the freezer for 2 hours. That’s right, you make this with the freezer!

Pan-Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Bacon

You had me at bacon! Even if you cannot eat pork or meat, I am sure there are meatless forms of bacon you can substitute. According to Cooking Channel TV, it only takes around 25 minutes to prepare! Besides, anyone who doesn’t like Brussel sprouts clearly never tried them!

Corn Casserole

Cheese is often overlooked for Thanksgiving dishes, but it finally has found its place this year! According to Brown Eyed Baker, this take on cornbread comes with a nice helping of cheddar!

Sweet Potatoes

All you need is some salt and olive oil to help you bake sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are already delicious, half the work is already done for you!

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