Thanksgiving meals are a lot to tackle. There’s the turkey, of course, which is a day-long task in and of itself. Then, there’s the roughly five to ten sides that are customary to tackle, as well as dessert. There are things you don’t have to make from scratch this Thanksgiving, though.
The meal requires a lot of work, a lot of food, and a lot of patience. If you’re taking it on by yourself, you may feel super overwhelmed, especially if it’s your first time.
I’m letting you know that the meal can be made easier. There are components of it that don’t require you to be a chef or use a cookbook. Your meal can still taste gourmet, even with pre-made ingredients that make your life easier.
You want to relax and enjoy a holiday with your family. That’s the point, right? The holiday is for giving thanks for all you have and cherishing those in your life. You don’t want to spend the entire day in the kitchen stressing over how much flour should go in your gravy and your pie crust cracking. You want to make the meal, eat it, and watch football with your family on the beach.