You’ve probably got your main dishes all figured out, but what about the sides? Today is all about the veggies…a necessary evil in my opinion. There is always the traditional green bean casserole, but here are a few other recipes that make eating your vegetables much easier…
Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic Vinegar Reduction – if I have to eat them, this is how I want to do it!
Cauliflower Au Gratin – low carb and surprisingly good (coming from someone who doesn’t like vegetables cauliflower very much!)
Bacon Wrapped Green Beans – because e’rything is better with bacon
Bacon Green Beans for a Crowd – a super easy variation of the above bacon wrapped green beans. Delicious.
What’s your favorite vegetable dish? Do you have to cover yours in sugar or bacon to eat them or is that just me!?
Yesterday’s post – Thanksgiving Ideas for the kids
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