The holidays will be here before we know it and things might look a little different this year. Are you normally cooking food for days because you have a huge family? Well, if you’re a little lost cause your gatherings going to be smaller or you don’t want to cook this year, several places are selling meals. 

Here’s a list of grocery stores or restaurants that have Thanksgiving meals to buy…

Costco

Costco's got the hook up! They have an entire dinner for you to buy that feeds 8 people. We're talking turkey, two different kinds of potatoes, green beans, biscuits, pies and so much more.

Whole Foods

This ones great if you have any vegans or vegetarians in your family and you don't know how to feed them. They have a classic Thanksgiving dinner and vegan/vegetarian dinners too!

Bob Evans

Bob Evans has multiple options for you to choose from. They have a premium option that feeds 8-10 people and one a little smaller that feeds around 4. The premium comes with turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, mac and cheese, pie and so much more. You have a limited time to order and must order online.

Denny’s

They have a Turkey & Dressing Dinner Package you can purchase! This is one for a smaller dinner party, it feeds four guests and comes with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, potatoes and an additional side.

Boston Market

Need something that serves a few more people? Boston market has packages that serve anywhere from 4-12 people. It comes with roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, spinach dip, stuffing, dinner rolls, and everything you can think of. It's the whole shebang.

No one’s going to judge you for not wanting to cook. This is a year full of adapting. It’s a lot of work to cook Thanksgiving dinner. Shoot, my Mom usually starts cooking two days before so she’s prepared. I’d offer to help with the turkey, but I’m going to be honest, I know nothing about cooking a turkey.

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