Thanksgiving holiday is one of my favorites. I can smell the turkey roasting, the green bean casserole baking, and the rolls rising. We all have our own holiday traditions and it seems that hosting Thanksgiving dinner has become one of ours.
When preparing to host your own holiday gathering I recommend that you make a list of all you need. What food will you be making yourself and what will you be asking your guests to bring?
What will you be serving? Where will everyone sit and who will be coming?
When you have your lists you will feel so much more prepared to gather the items you need to make your holiday fabulous.
Whether you yourself will be hosting this year or if you’re attending as a guest somewhere else, you’ll probably be preparing some of the classic dishes. Of course, we can rely on Costco to help us prepare with many of the items we will need. I compiled a list of some of the best Thanksgiving items at Costco I found.
Potato dishes are a must-have thanksgiving item at Costco. You can grab a 10 lb. bag of Sweet Potatoes for $10.99, a 15 lb. bag of Gold Potatoes for $10.99, or the classic 15 lb. bag of Russet Baking Potatoes. You can’t go wrong with this classic Thanksgiving item at Costco.
There is oftentimes so much going on with food prep that you need help in some areas. We love the Pillsbury Crescent rolls and you can get plenty for everyone. 5 tubes for $7.89.
If you’re lucky you might be able to find these limited-time Anns Dinner Rolls with honey butter & cranberry. 20 rolls come in a box for $7.99
Use fresh green beans in your green bean casserole for incredible flavor. You can get this huge bag for under $8!
You will need the crispy onion topping for your green bean casserole. This 24oz bag is an incredible value for $4.99 and will provide enough to add to the leftovers you heat up later.
Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Classic Stuffing keeps things fast and simple. This 3 pack will provide quite a bit of stuffing for $6.99.
In charge of dessert? You will not want to pass up this massive pumpkin pie prepared fresh for you. Each pie is only $5.99. Seriously this is so much bigger than the pumpkin pie at BJs.
Maybe you want to add pecans to your pie? Purchasing nuts can be pricey, but not if you shop at Costco. Nuts are one of the best priced items at wholesale. You can grab this 2lb bag of pecans for $14.99.
This Circulon Premier Professional roaster and rack pan is $29.99. You can use this all year long to roast meats and is perfect for holding a turkey of any size.
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This Baum 7-piece serving set is priced at $19.99.
This 2-piece Mesa buffet caddy is perfect for hosting.
Don’t forget the Costco Black Friday ad is HERE.
This Mikasa 3 Tier Server with oval serving trays is $39.99.
Serve thanksgiving in style with this Tunisia Porcelain 20pc Dinnerware set for $59.99.
TURKEY BRINE & RUB KIT
Don’t forget Turkey. Costco will start putting out turkeys at the beginning of November. You can bet on competitive pricing compared to your local grocery stores. Pick up one of these Turkey Brine & Rub Kits for $5.99 so you’re prepared to make it taste delicious.
Remember this is your holiday and that means you make your own traditions. If you need more tips on how to prepare a holiday gathering on a budget read this.
Turkey’s were not out at the club yet, but these are always a good deal and cheap. Expect Butterball to be priced around $0.89/lb. AND you can use a $3 off Butterball Turkey Ibotta offer here.
Have fun shopping at Costco to prepare for your Thanksgiving celebration.
I hope you found some inspiration for your holiday tradition meals and are excited about what Costco has to offer. Check back and let us know if you found anything you think is a must-have from Costco for Thanksgiving?
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