With our delicious variations on classic mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and cornbread dressing, you'll find go-to side dish recipes suitable for any occasion.
This lavishly rich casserole is ideal for family suppers. For a slight twist, try Gruyère cheese instead of Parmesan.
We cut more than half the fat and sugar in our favorite Thanksgiving side, and we like it better than the original!
This delicious mac and cheese is light on butter and cheese yet still melts in your mouth. Change the flavor profile of the
recipe with combinations such as sweet peas and proscuitto or ham and broccoli.
Empire State South; Atlanta, GA
"This recipe's roots are classically Southern with the hearty addition of leeks and bacon. I also like to use Canadian Cheddar, which reminds me of my childhood growing up outside of Ottawa. That's a key element to comfort food—it has that resonating cord in your history. The dish, like me, is a lot of Canada happily enmeshed in the South." —Hugh Acheson
Classic dressing and Lowcountry shrimp and grits fuse together in this must-try stuffing.
For the ideal texture, we recommend serving this immediately once baked.
The tasty side dish takes a quicker approach to classic corn pudding. You'll love the cheesy Parmesan twist.
This green bean casserole gets a much-needed makeover from fresh veggies and a lightened (but super-rich!) homemade sauce.
And the best part: It's under 200 calories!
This rich and creamy casserole is a great way to get the whole family to eat the squash from your vegetable garden. A topping
of herb-seasoned stuffing drizzled with melted butter adds a luscious finish to each bite.
Mix up your mashed potatoes routine by trying one of these 5 delicious variations. Tasty additions like caramelized onions
and chorizo sausage will make these mashed potatoes a family favorite.