There’s still time to get your Farmhouse Feasts for Thanksgiving from Bob Evans

Bob Evans. Image by Kimberly Spinney
Bob Evans. Image by Kimberly Spinney /

Looking to make the holidays easier on yourself, without sacrificing one of your favorite meals of the year? Don’t want to do the cooking this Thanksgiving? Then we have the perfect alternative for you, if you happen to live near a Bob Evans location.

Every year, Bob Evans offers their customers a chance to get a feast that they don’t have to cook and they can enjoy in the comfort of their home. It’s usually only available three times a year – Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

And of course, with Thanksgiving fast approaching, we needed to know whether or not we would be able to enjoy their Farmhouse Feasts were available in 2021. Luckily for us, the answer is yes and there are three options to choose from.

There is still time to hit up Bob Evans for their Farmhouse Feasts for Thanksgiving dinner

With a choice between ham or turkey and with serving options of four, eight, or 10, you can feed your family without having to do all the work.

Packed cold for you to heat up at home when it is time for dinner, Bob Evans describes these meals as,

"Our Farmhouse Feast is a complete family meal with slow-roasted turkey or hickory-smoked ham, farmhouse sides, pie, freshly baked rolls, and more!"

In the 10 person feast, we get both ham and turkey, which is already a win in our book, but as the Farmhouse Feast for 10 explains, you get

"Slow-roasted turkey, hickory-smoked ham, bread and celery dressing, corn, our famous mashed potatoes with gravy, freshly baked rolls, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, macaroni and cheese, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, double-crust apple pie."

And then the amounts go down from there as we hit the eight and four person feasts. For those smaller feasts, you also choose between the turkey or ham.

So what do you need to know? You can order online right now for takeout, curbside pickup, and in some locations even delivery is available. All the instructions you need for heating up your feasts are included. And if you want to feast this Thanksgiving, make sure you head to the website soon so you don’t have to worry about having to cook your holiday away.

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What do you think Guilty Eaters? Are we excited for Farmhouse Feasts from Bob Evans? Will you be snagging one of these meals for Thanksgiving? Let us know!