8 Easy Dishes To Bring To Friendsgiving

Cheese plate 

This tried-and-true staple is a simple, cheap way to feed your friends. By choosing different fancy cheeses, crackers, nuts, fruits, and spreads, you can get as creative (or keep it as simple) as you want. 

Deviled eggs 

Anyone can boil a few eggs. Whip up the yolks with a lil' mayo, vinegar, and mustard, and you’re good to go.  

Sweet potatoes 

Sweet potatoes are a super easy Friendsgiving option. You can slice ‘em, dice ‘em, or mash ‘em — even the simplest of sweet potato recipes makes a delicious side.   

Fresh bread 

Whether you try your hand at baking a homemade roll or simply run to a local bakery, bringing a loaf of fresh bread is always a win. Bonus points if you snag some fancy butter or dip! 


Pick up a bottle on your way to dinner. You can go fancy with a sparkling for the Thanksgiving toast, or just grab your crowd’s favorite red or white. 

Instant Pot mac and cheese 

Macaroni and cheese makes a great side dish or even a main for the vegetarians in your circle. Cook it in an Instant Pot, and you have a mouth-watering dish in a matter of minutes. 

Mashed potatoes  

When it comes to Thanksgiving, the more potatoes, the better. You can't go wrong with a classic side of old-fashioned mashed potatoes.  

Cranberry sauce 

Bring the holiday flavor with a side of cranberry sauce. It doesn’t need to be fancy — any simple recipe you find online will do. 

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