Side Dishes You Can Bring to Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving isn’t about winning cooking awards, it’s about friends. However, if you did want to win Friendsgiving this year, we think one of these side dish and dessert recipes will do the trick. Our collection covers all the must-haves, from cheesy potatoes all the way to the sweet stuff.

Loaded Scalloped Potatoes 

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Tasty scalloped potatoes with spicy ranch and crispy bacon.

 

Easy Jalapeno Cornbread Pudding

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Topped with sweet molasses butter and garnished with green onions, this cornbread pudding has handfuls of whole kernel corn and a bit of spice, too. 

 

Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Tomatoes

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Simple ingredients and a little seasoning go a long way. Roast until crispy and tender.

 

Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes

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Packed with real pumpkin and tangy cream cheese, these cheesecakes have a surprise for you—a buttery walnut crust.

Pumpkin Cake

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Now’s the time to get your pumpkin fix. Try this fragrant and fluffy cake with buttercream frosting.

 

Sweet Potato Muffins with Pecan Streusel

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A new way to bake a sweet potato—bake it into a muffin. This one has a streusel topping made of chopped pecans and brown sugar.  

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