Although we’re only a week into October, I’m a firm believer that it’s never too early to start planning your holiday menus. Your Thanksgiving feast should be a meal to remember, filled with delicious and comforting food, but that doesn’t mean it has to be an expensive ordeal. There are tons of Thanksgiving side dish recipes out there that are budget-friendly and taste great! In our brand new free eCookbook, 18 Thanksgiving Side Dishes That Steal the Show, you’ll find side dish recipes that will make you wish Thanksgiving came every month. What’s even better, most of them are frugal recipes that will slash your holiday grocery bill.
Since these recipes are cheap, quick, and easy to make, you’ll be able to fill the table with festive dishes. Shortcut ingredients like soup and frozen hash browns cut down on both preparation time and cost. Nothing’s better than a stress-free meal on Thanksgiving that makes it easy for you to sit down and enjoy a relaxing meal with family and friends. Once they get a taste of these Thanksgiving side dishes, they’ll never be able to guess how much money you saved.
Why wait for Thanksgiving? With a recipe collection this delicious, you’ll want to make these side dishes all year long. Download and print the full roundup of 18 Thanksgiving Side Dishes that Steal the Show, and keep it at the top of your recipe collection. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find:
5 Inexpensive Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Amish Buttermilk Biscuits – The Amish are known for their bread recipes, and this one is one of our most popular. It uses super simple ingredients you probably already have on hand.
Classic Green Bean Casserole – This Campbell’s soup recipe is one of the most inexpensive ways to make classic green bean casserole with only five basic ingredients.
Effortless Garlic Roasted Potatoes – Although this recipe is super simple, it doesn’t skimp on taste. Roasted garlic adds an unforgettable flavor to this classic potato side dish.
Southern Belle Bisquick Cornbread – This shortcut Thanksgiving side dish recipe uses Bisquick to speed things up. Just like a southern belle, it’s perfect and sweet.
Loaded Hash Brown Casserole – Frozen hash browns are the star of this side dish recipe. With sour cream, butter, and cream of chicken soup mix, this casserole is rich, creamy, and light on your wallet.