All Make-ahead Side Dish

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  • Holiday Spiced Sweet Potatoes
    1 hr, 7 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Mashed sweet potato yams with butter, brown sugar, and holiday spices. Perfect for Thanksgiving!
  • Gluten Free Cornbread Sausage Stuffing Recipe
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free
    Thanksgiving stuffing with toasted cornbread, sausage, and sage is a great gluten-free side dish for Thanksgiving. Plus, you can make it ahead!
  • Onion Potato Gratin
    1 hr, 5 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Onion potato gratin with sliced Yukon Gold potatoes, baked with onions, with heavy cream and Gruyere and Parmesan cheeses.
  • Asian Coleslaw dressing
    15 min
    Vegan
    Quick and delicious, this Asian coleslaw is great with burgers, fish, or any Asian-inspired dish. A creamy dressing with peanut butter and rice vinegar brings it all together.
  • Warm German Potato Salad served in a bowl on a cloth mat with a fork
    55 min
    Gluten-Free
    This is a Classic German Potato Salad! Thick-sliced potatoes tossed with bacon, onions, herbs, and mustardy vinaigrette. Serve it hot, warm, or cool at your next backyard barbecue!
  • Spinach Gratin Hard Boiled Eggs
    1 hr, 20 min
    Vegetarian
    Spinach gratin made with chopped blanched spinach, mixed with nutmeg infused béchamel, with hard boiled eggs and gruyere cheese. Gratin d'epinard aux oeufs.
  • Classic Green Bean Casserole
    1 hr, 5 min
    Classic green bean casserole with fried onion topping, from scratch! Easy to make ahead. So much better than canned!
  • French Ratatouille in a bowl
    1 hr, 50 min
    Gluten-Free, Paleo, Vegan
    This luxuriously smooth and flavorful ratatouille recipe is well worth the effort. Vegetables are first browned, then roasted, then cooked in a tomato sauce. This ratatouille dish includes onion, garlic, zucchini, squash, bell peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, and fresh herbs.
  • Autumn Tabbouleh with Cauliflower, Carrots, and Golden Beets
    55 min
    Vegan, Vegetarian
    Autumn Tabbouleh is the perfect make-ahead side dish! With cauliflower, carrots, and golden beets. 30 minute prep.
  • How To Cook Potatoes in the Pressure Cooker
    20 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
    Here's how to cook potatoes in the pressure cooker! Make a big batch and use them all week long to make potato salad, breakfast skillets, and roasted potatoes for dinner.
  • Gluten Free Greek Pasta Salad
    30 min
    Healthy, Vegetarian
    All the flavors of classic Greek salad in a picnic-ready pasta salad! We've got kalamata olives, tomatoes, cucumber, and feta cheese, all tossed with pasta and a lemony dressing. This salad is easy to make ahead and pack up for your next backyard party.
  • Creamed Corn Recipe - creamed corn with herbs and spoon
    20 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Make the most of sweet corn season by serving up this creamed corn at your next backyard BBQ. This dish also freezes beautiful and can be made with frozen corn (hello, Thanksgiving side dish!).
  • Pasta Bean Picnic Salad
    40 min
    Vegan, Vegetarian
    Pasta and Bean Picnic Salad! This is a spin on classic pasta salad with a white beans, fresh summer vegetables, and a light vinaigrette. No mayo.
  • Braised Red Cabbage with Chestnuts
    1 hr, 10 min
    Sweet and sour red cabbage, cooked with bacon, apples, onions, and roasted chestnuts. Great holiday side!
  • 2 hrs, 10 min
    Gluten-Free
    Pressure Cooker Baked Beans! Tender beans, sweet molasses sauce, and lots of smoky bacon. This easy pressure cooker recipe is a perfect side dish with BBQ, meatloaf, or any other meaty main dishes.
  • Creole Potato Salad
    1 hr, 45 min
    Spice up your summer BBQ with a Creole potato salad, seasoned with spicy creole mustard.
  • Vegan three sisters casserole
    1 hr
    Vegetarian
    This hearty Three Sisters Casserole is made with corn, beans, and squash, and topped with cornbread biscuits. It makes a great meatless main dish or vegetarian side!
  • Make Ahead Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows
    1 hr
    Sweet potato casserole topped with gooey marshmallows! Have you ever made this holiday classic? You should! Roast the potatoes first—it deepens their flavor and makes them easy to peel. Easy to make ahead, too!

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