Meal subscription services ship all the goods you need for a Thanksgiving feast
to your door so you can cook up a masterpiece minus the stress of planning and shopping. And for those among us who really don't feel like cooking, there are even heat-and-eat options. Whatever your Thanksgiving plans
, these dinner options will make your day so much more relaxing. Pop a bottle of bubbly
and get ready to truly be thankful for a day of feasting and relaxation.
HelloFresh Thanksgiving Box ($159):
Feed eight to 10 hungry guests with Hello Fresh's first Thanksgiving box. It comes with a turkey, along with sides like classic garlic mashed potatoes, cranberry sausage stuffing, cranberry sauce, green beans and, of course, gravy. For dessert, there's apple ginger crisp with cinnamon-pecan crumble. If you want to handle the turkey yourself, you can also just get a box of sides and desserts for $99.
Home Chef Sous Vide Turkey Breast ($15/serving):
If you're hosting a smaller Thanksgiving meal, try out Home Chef's sous vide turkey breast with sherry herb pan gravy. Ask friends and family to provide a side dish, and there's your easy breezy T-Day meal.
Honey Baked Ham Thanksgiving Dinner ($126):
Protein-lovers who hate to cook will go weak in the knees over this heat-and-serve meal. A bone-in half ham coated in a sweet glaze, a slow-roasted whole turkey, classic green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and gravy to drizzle on everything are shipped to your door.
Martha & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving Feast ($160):
Order up a Thanksgiving feast from Martha & Marley Spoon, even if you aren't a regular subscriber to Martha Stewart's meal delivery plan. It includes a 12- to 14-pound free-range turkey, four side dishes, and a dessert. The box of raw ingredients and recipes arrives two to three days before Thanksgiving Day, so there is plenty of time to pre-cook your brown-sugar-glazed turkey and gravy, stuffing with dried cherries, mashed potatoes, roasted root veggies, green beans, and spiced apple oat crisp for dessert.
Omaha Steaks Whole Basted Turkey Dinner ($93):
Simplify your holidays by ordering this dinner. The pre-basted turkey (serves eight) comes with a heat-and-eat green bean casserole and thaw-and-serve mini pumpkin cheesecakes.
Paleo on the Go Thanksgiving Bundle ($160):
This Thanksgiving meal for four consists of sweet and savory pork stuffing, Brussels sprouts with bacon, mashed Japanese white sweet potatoes, turkey gravy, orange cranberry relish, apple pie, and pumpkin spice paleo tarts. Everything shows up pre-cooked and frozen, so you just have to heat them up for 30 minutes before serving. You will have to source your own turkey as that's not part of the bundle.
Dean & Deluca Turducken ($100):
The iconic turducken is certainly craveable, but making it from scratch is a total pain. Instead, purchase a 10-pound Cajun-style turducken from Dean & Deluca. Inside of your turkey is a boneless duck stuffed with a boneless chicken that's stuffed with cornbread and sausage. It's a showstopping piece that's shipped frozen, and all you have to do is pop it in the oven on Thanksgiving Day along with your favorite sides.
Williams-Sonoma Willie Bird Stuffed Turkey Breast ($70-$120):
Get your turkey and stuffing fix all in one thanks to this stuffed turkey breast roulade from Williams-Sonoma. A three-pound roast serves six to eight, or you can go up to five pounds to serve 10 to 12 for $120. The turkey is shipped fully cooked and frozen, so all you have to do is bake it for an hour before serving.
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