Squash is not one of the most popular vegetables in the USA. In fact, it doesn’t even make the top 20, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t like it. In spite of it’s lack of popularity, for some reason, squash seems to be mandatory on the Thanksgiving table, so we have collected several squash recipes for you to consider as a possible side for your holiday table. We tried to collect a variety of recipes, and you’ll find recipes that are keto, vegan, and gluten free. Some of the recipes are roasted, other’s are prepared on the stove top, slow cooker, or air fryer. Whatever you’re looking for, we hope you find a delicious squash recipe that meets your needs.
This Oven Roasted Delicata Squash Recipe is roasted with sweet maple syrup, butter, and sprinkled with ground cinnamon for a flavorful autumn side dish everyone will love. Gluten-free, vegetarian, and completely delicious, try serving this easy maple roasted delicata squash recipe alongside this year’s Thanksgiving dinner.
By using a couple of simple swaps, you can enjoy this indulgent side dish for Thanksgiving and any time of the year! This Healthy Squash Casserole tastes just as delicious as the original, so no one will know it’s lightened up a bit!
These golden yellow Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash are a beauty to the eyes. These gorgeous veggie bowls with their scalloped, caramelized edges are stuffed with the most delicious sausage stuffing…Introducing the Fall dish that is not only bursting with flavors, but Holiday worthy fancy
Brown sugar butternut squash with cinnamon is a sweet way to enjoy this fall and winter side dish. Perfect as a substitute for sweet potato casserole!
This Maple Roasted Kabocha Squash recipe is a healthy, delicious dish featuring Japanese pumpkin, warm maple syrup, and toasted pecans. This sheet pan recipe only takes 45 minutes to prepare and is a great addition to a weeknight meal or holiday dinner.
This delicious low carb maple pecan butternut squash is a perfect side dish for family dinners or Holiday meals. You will love the sweet, nutty flavor of this squash.
A creamy and satisfying combination of squash, cheese and pasta. The butternut cheese sauce is silky and creamy and includes seasonings that are light and just a bit nutty. The perfect Thanksgiving side dish.
Candied Butternut Squash is a simple and delicious side dish that goes great with grilled or roasted meats.
Skip the sweet potatoes and make this simple, delicious Butternut Squash Casserole. Warm, comforting squash with a hint of cinnamon and a buttery, crumble topping with pecans. A great compliment to any cozy fall meal.
This Roasted Acorn Squash is a beautiful and delicious side dish. Sliced acorn squash is oven roasted in a sweet and spicy buttery sauce, then topped with toasted pumpkin seeds, pomegranate arils, and orange zest for a holiday table showstopper!
Sweet roasted pumpkin comes over to the savory side in this hearty, healthy side dish. The addition of bacon and cheese to this Savory Pumpkin Harvest Quinoa make it feel just a little decadent, so it’s sure to please your guests.
For a side dish that’s almost like dessert, try this amazing apple stuffed acorn squash. This easy slow cooker recipe smells like apple pie cooking & tastes sweet & savory
There’s something about the combination of flavors in this dish. The squash with the brown butter, pistachios, and sprinkle of pomegranate seeds is the best combination. The flavors are also perfect for fall. There’s sage and thyme throughout the squash alongside toasty notes of brown butter and brightness from the pomegranate seeds. This is a great side dish for a weekday meal but it’s also beautiful enough for a Thanksgiving table.
The best balsamic-maple roasted Brussels sprouts with butternut squash, pecans, cranberries and avocado roasted garlic dressing. Ultimate healthy vegan Thanksgiving side dish ready in just 40 minutes!
Light and healthy vegan fall harvest salad is as satisfying as it is nutritious: crunchy kale paired with sweet pumpkin, tart Brussels sprouts, crisp apples and pomegranate seeds all merged together with delicious homemade maple-mustard dressing. Perfect Thanksgiving harvest salad that everyone will love!
Roasted Delicata Squash (Vegan, Gluten Free)
Delicata squash is an heirloom squash that’s been around since 1894. It’s sweet like butternut squash, but it’s much easier to cut and peel which makes cooking it much less stressful. In fact, this squash doesn’t even have to be peeled. Give this recipe for roasted delicata squash a try. You’ll love it.
Honey Garlic Butternut Squash is a tasty side dish recipe that is roasted in a skillet for just 15 minutes. Think sweet butternut squash mixed with garlic, toasted nuts and soft goat cheese.
Air Fryer Butternut squash is an easy way to make perfect roasted butternut squash. A quick and delicious side dish for Fall/Autumn and the holidays.
Duxelles, made with mushrooms and shallots, are served on top of butternut squash slices to make a delicious Thanksgiving side dish. Allergy friendly and suitable for numerous dietary requirements (gluten free, dairy free, soy free, nut free, seed free, oil free, nightshade free, grain free, vegan, autoimmune protocol AIP, paleo & whole30 friendly).
This roasted butternut squash recipe is a healthy fall side dish that’s easy to make with only 6 ingredients! Baked butternut squash is slightly sweet, creamy on the inside and crispy on the outside with a touch of cinnamon – a perfect holiday side dish!
Butternut Squash Sage Risotto is a creamy, unexpected Thanksgiving side dish that your guests and family are sure to love! Plus it works as a hearty vegetarian main course.
What did you think of our collection of squash recipes for Thanksgiving? Did you find something that you liked? Will you be serving any of these recipes on your Thanksgiving table? Let us know by leaving a comment below. We love to hear from our readers.
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