Organic Thanksgiving Dinner Side Dishes

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Plan your Organic Thanksgiving dinner with these healthy side dish options. The variety of flavors we share will have you craving these cranberries, pumpkins and breadcrumbs all year long! But for now,  enjoy these dishes as you sit down with loved ones giving thanks for what you’re grateful for in life.

 

Apple and Cumin Lentil Salad

1. Roasted Pumpkin Salad

Dive into this tasty salad with or without feta cheese!

2. Garlic Greens

Greens have never tasted so delicious with this easy to make recipe.

3. Cranberry Orange Salsa

Only 3 ingredients to make this fresh cranberry sauce, adding a sweetness of an orange to bring out the flavor.

4. Apple and Cumin Lentil Salad

Spice things up with an autumn fruit in this side Thanksgiving dish.

5. Whole Wheat Bread With Cranberries and Sunflower Seeds

Never buy pre-made rolls again. Make this bread instead.

brussels sprouts salad

6. Roasted Brussels Sprouts Salad

Brussels sprouts get a bit of a makeover in this warm salad.

7. Pumpkin Pesto Bruschetta

This dish can work as an excellent appetizer before the Thanksgiving meal. Make it with gluten-free bread and everyone is happy.

8. Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash Rings

Squash deserves a place on the table this time of year, and filled full of quinoa this recipe makes for an extra healthy side that’s as good for you as it is aesthetically pleasing.

9. Black Rice, Kale and Aubergine Pilaf

A side of brown rice? Boring. This? Much more exciting.

10. Cranberry, Pomegranate, Persimmon Relish

So many seasonal fruits in one relish.

Butternut Squash Farrotto

11. Clean Eating Breadcrumbs

Enjoy your breadcrumbs without feeling guilty.

12. Green Beans with Leeks and Feta

No more green bean casserole; try this refreshing dish instead.

13. Vegan Pumpkin Pie

A revamped version of a classic, this pie will work for your vegan and omnivore friends alike.

14. Pumpkin Spice Baked Pears

If you’re looking for a lighter dessert that still has the spicy taste of autumn, this one’s for you. And made with real pumpkin!

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Original article and photo courtesy of The Organic Kitchen and Eating Well.

 

 

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