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Thanksgiving has always been a big holiday for us. Side note: I was actually born on Thanksgiving in the middle of my mom’s meal that she spent hours preparing. So you could say it’s one of my favorite times of the year. And because I love the holiday and getting into the spirit of things, I’ve always made a point to celebrate the holiday in our home. This year, though, we’re doing things a little differently.
Between the move to Colorado and traveling, things have been majorly switched up and I’m just trying to catch my breath at this point. We still want to celebrate, just in a more simple, easy way. Enter: Boston Market Thanksgiving Home Delivery.
If you feel like getting out of the house for Thanksgiving, you can always head to your nearest Boston Market for a sit-down meal as well. Nearly all locations will be open and offering traditional meals featuring roasted turkey or rotisserie chicken, two sides, a dinner roll and a slice of pie for only $12.99.
We had the Whole Roasted Turkey Meal for 12 delivered, which includes a whole roasted turkey, spinach artichoke dip and crackers, mashed potatoes and gravy, homestyle stuffing, cranberry walnut relish, dinner rolls, pumpkin pie and apple pie. Let me just say, it was a ton of food and so, so good. If this isn’t exactly what you want, you can always make tweaks and additions to create a unique Boston Market Heat & Serve meals menu that fits your family perfectly.
Because we had our meal delivered, Zelda didn’t get to help me in the kitchen like she usually does on Thanksgiving, so I got creative on how to keep her involved. But you guys know I love doing that. I grabbed some art supplies from our existing craft cupboard and asked her to make a little favor for each place setting. She was so proud of how they turned out and talked about them the entire meal.
As for the rest of the tablescape, I recycled a lot of our Halloween decorations. I carried over the brass candlesticks from my spooky mantel and grabbed some pine needles and leaves from our backyard. It was finished off perfectly with Zelda’s bedazzled favors on top of each plate!
All in all this Thanksgiving cost $119.99 – including the tablescape! Does it get any better than that? Let me answer that – it doesn’t.
I hope this info takes some stress off of you and that Boston Market Thanksgiving Meals can help you have an amazing day filled with love, gratitude and really good food!