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This time of year food and cooking is on my mind more because the heat has subsided and it becomes fun to cook again. Not to mention, with all the fancy holidays coming up, it's the perfect time to get prepared with holiday menu ideas. Today, I decided to focus on the holiday side dishes that would go well with any meat you decide to cook. I rounded up some of the best recipes from some awesome fellow bloggers so be sure to give them all a good look.
Soft Sandwich Style Hawaiian Bread by Southern Plate
Vanilla Pudding Pumpkin Cake by 4 Sons ‘R' Us
Potato Rolls by Bunny's Warm Oven
Caramel Apple Bread by Cosmopolitan Cornbread
You can also take advantage of this FREE holiday bread wrap printable from Fleece Fun.
Bread isn't complete without a nice buttery spread. Be sure to check out this Whipped Pumpkin Honey Butter by The Shady Lane.
Butter Pecan Mashed Sweet Potatoes by Housewives of Fredrick County
Honey Maple Roasted Carrots by The Cafe Sucre Farine
Homemade Cranberry Sauce by My Turn For Us
CRANBERRY APPLE WALNUT STUFFING by Cincy Shopper
Homemade Broccoli Cheese Casserole by Craft Create Cook
SPAGHETTI SQUASH ALFREDO RECIPE by Pickled Plum
MAPLE SAGE SMASHED YAMS WITH MARSHMALLOW BUTTER by Mom On Time Out
CINNAMON PECAN ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH by Damn Delicious
DIJON MAPLE GREEN BEANS WITH CARAMELIZED PECANS, BACON & FETA by Carlsbad Cravings whipped bourbon bacon sweet potatoes.
Whipped Bourbon Bacon Sweet Potatoes by How Sweet It Is
Copycat City BBQ Crock Pot Corn Pudding by The Frugal Foodie Mama
Loaded Potato Bombs by Julie's Eats and Treats
Scalloped Maple Sage Sweet Potatoes by Chicken Scratch NY
I hope you found something worth adding to your holiday meals this year. For me, it's such a hard decision as to what to make off this list. The good news is the holiday meals are made for having a wide range of choices you don't normally have in front of you.
Talk to me in the comments, please:
Which holiday side dish would you want to make first off this list?