Thanksgiving dinner delivery takes the stress out of an already stressful year. Nobody wants to spend their time running around a packed grocery store in the middle of a pandemic, especially with COVID-19 cases on the rise nationwide. And since staying home for the holidays is the most likely scenario for many Americans, you might not even feel the need to bust out your cookbook if you’re expecting fewer guests for Thanksgiving dinner.
Let yourself to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with minimal effort. As long as you order soon enough to ensure everything you’ll need arrives in time, the only thing you’ll have to worry about come Thanksgiving Day is doing the dishes.
The 6 best ways to get Thanksgiving dinner delivery
1. Williams-Sonoma, $120-$430
Williams-Sonoma will deliver a complete Thanksgiving dinner for 12 (hello, leftovers!) that features a turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie. For Thanksgiving dinner delivery, order by November 21 at 3 p.m. ET. Other options include honey glazed ham and a variety of entrées.
Shop now: Williams-Sonoma, $120-$430
2. Purple Carrot, $75
Purple Carrot’s plant-based Thanksgiving meal includes four generous servings of each dish for just $75. That means you’ll have more than enough butternut squash, stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, pear cranberry crisp, classic gravy, and cranberry sauce to go around. All orders must be placed by 11 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 17, in order to be delivered in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
Shop now: Purple Carrot, $75
3. HelloFresh, $16 per person
HelloFresh will deliver a true Thanksgiving feast. You get to choose between a turkey and sides for $16 per person and a beef tenderloin and sides for $23 per person. That means all the mashed potatoes, stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and apple ginger crisp your heart desires. Just order by November 19 in order to receive your dinner in time for Thanksgiving.
Shop now: HelloFresh, $16 per person
4. SendaMeal, $7-$200
SendaMeal lets you create your own holiday meal based on what you want to eat. You can order turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, mac and cheese, pumpkin pie, and more. Order as soon as possible, as everything is available in limited quantities. Your meal can be overnighted, sent by 2-day air, or via ground delivery.
Shop now: SendaMeal, $7-$200
5. Harry & David, $40-$220
Harry & David’s à la carte Thanksgiving feast is a real showstopper. You can choose a main course and plenty of different sides and desserts. Or, you can choose to do a create-your-own ham feast ($220) that includes one appetizer assortment, two sides, and one dessert. Your purchase also includes express two-day shipping.
Shop now: Harry & David, $40-$220
6. Whole Foods, $40-$280
While Whole Foods requires an in-store pick-up, you can have it taken right out to your car, which is almost as good as having it delivered to your front door. The extra effort is worth it, though. You can choose from a classic Thanksgiving dinner, a vegan meal (created by chef Chloe Coscarelli!), or a Paleo-friendly dinner. Just be sure to place your order a minimum of 48 hours in advance.
Shop now: Whole Foods, $40-$280
Here’s what a dietitian’s Thanksgiving plate looks like:
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