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Thanksgiving Side Dishes That Go Beyond Stuffing And Mashed Potatoes

You came for the turkey, but you stay for the sides.

Nothing beats a Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings. But while a side of stuffing and mashed potatoes is no doubt a classic, it wouldn't hurt to give your taste buds a real treat this year by adding something new to the table.

Here we've rounded up 19 side dishes that will take your feast to the next level. From prosciutto-wrapped asparagus to Parmesan butternut squash gratin, these fall recipes are sure to satisfy everyone's Thanksgiving cravings, no matter what they may be!

1. Roasted mushrooms in a browned butter, garlic and thyme sauce

Get the recipe: Closet Cooking

2. Prosciutto-wrapped asparagus

Get the recipe: Damn Delicious

3. Garlic Parmesan dinner rolls

Get the recipe: Rasa Malaysia

4. Thanksgiving slaw

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Get the recipe: The Kitchn

5. Cranberry & pomegranate bruschetta

Get the recipe: The Café Sucre Farine

6. Fall rotini pasta salad

Get the recipe: The Mediterranean Dish

7. Cheesy broccoli casserole

Get the recipe: Yellow Bliss Road

8. Roasted beet salad with Feta and dill

Get the recipe: The Life Jolie

9. Irish potato bites

Get the recipe: Homemade Interest

10. Apple cranberry walnut salad

Get the recipe: Crème de la Crumb

11. Slow cooker creamed corn

Get the recipe: Damn Delicious

12. Parmesan-butternut squash gratin

Get the recipe: Betty Crocker

13. Spinach dip pinwheels

Get the recipe: Tornadough Alli

14. Roasted green beans with beets, Feta, and walnuts

Get the recipe: Better Homes & Gardens

15. Garlic herb butternut squash

Get the recipe: Healthy Seasonal Recipes

16. Baked Parmesan zucchini

Get the recipe: Damn Delicious

17. Cheesy cauliflower muffins

Get the recipe: Kirbie's Cravings

18. Honey-roasted butternut squash with cranberries and Feta

Get the recipe: Peas & Crayons

19. Macaroni & cheese casserole

Get the recipe: Spend with Pennies

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