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Looking to work a last-minute veggie dish into the mix? Maybe you’re hosting a big crowd and need to fill a few gaps on the dinner table, or maybe you’re part of the big crowd and want to pitch in for your gracious host. With Thanksgiving just days away, there’s no need to fear. We’ve put together four succulent sides to complete any grand feast, or to act as stand-alone stars. 
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Green Beans with Slow Cooker Caramelized Onions  

Fresh green beans never go out of style and cook in only a few minutes by blanching. Topped with homemade caramelized onions, they’ll assume an honored place aside your turkey and stuffing (Get an early start with your onions for a slow-cooker creation that requires little hands-on prep).

Dijon-Roasted Brussels Sprouts  

The popularity of this green is on the rise, along with many novel and delicious ways to prepare it. Maple syrup (just a tablespoon full) plays well against the tangy mustard mix. The baking process pulls additional sweetness from the sprouts.  

Hot Spinach Dip with Veggies   

Irresistible hot dips are an easy win during the holidays. Cheese plays an important role in the appeal of this dish, but it’s also just a really great way to eat veggies. Apart from your other delectable dippers, the hard-crusted baguette is a must-have.

Stuffed Mushrooms  

Whole white mushrooms happen to be the perfect edible food containers. Just remove the stems, add the premade stuffing and toppings, and voilà—bite-size appetizers, hot out of the oven in just 20 minutes. Save the stems for soup, especially if you’re anticipating leftovers.


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