Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving? I feel like it always sneaks up on me. But in Canada Thanksgiving is the second weekend/Monday in October. There is a reason for it! I’ll get to that in a minute. I have found some amazing Canadian Thanksgiving side dish recipes to share with you today and to get you started in your Thanksgiving planning.
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Canadian Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes
Thanksgiving Day in Canada is a harvest festival and an official public holiday (in most parts of Canada) observed annually in early October, at the end of the Canadian harvest period, and before the cold winter sets in.
That’s why our Thanksgiving is so much earlier than the American Thanksgiving. I think it’s nice to have a nice long break from a big Thanksgiving meal to a big Christmas meal that is longer than a couple of weeks.
Apple & Sage Stuffing for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. The introduction of sweet apples to this crisp on-the-top stuffing creates a delicious sweet-savory balance to a classic stuffing recipe enhanced with sage.
n easy and delicious dinner side dish recipe for Rustic Rosemary Thyme Mashed Potatoes! They're gluten-free, vegan, paleo, and top-8 allergy-free; perfect for the holidays or as a simple healthy take on some good ole comfort food!
This dairy-free sweet potato casserole hits the spot when you’re craving something warm, cozy, and substantial. It’s an easy and delicious gluten-free, vegan side dish for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner.
Thanksgiving is never complete without some of The Best Gluten-Free Vegan Stuffing! Impress your guests with this essential side dish recipe that's safe for all food allergies, loved by all, and may just become the new star of the show!
This easy carrot souffle recipe is a great side dish for fall. This carrot souffle is also a fantastic side dish for Thanksgiving dinner but also easy enough to make for a weeknight dinner side as well.
These irresistible Mashed Sweet Potatoes are filled with creamy sweet potatoes, tender butternut squash, butter, and a hint of sweet maple syrup. Lower in carbs and healthier than regular mashed potatoes, enjoy these silky smooth mashed sweet potatoes with lunch, dinner, or as an easy vegetarian and gluten-free holiday side dish.