Cracker Barrel gets festive for the 2021 holiday season with three new meals

A general view of the Cracker Barrel (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
A general view of the Cracker Barrel (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) /

Are you a fan of Cracker Barrel? Are you looking for a festive feast in the lead up to Christmas? Then you are in luck times three.

As Mashed reported, there are currently three new holiday feasts for us to choose from in 2021. And they are available for pre-order right now!

So what are these meals? And why are we excited? Well it certainly helps that they have family dinner options and an ala carte series of options.

For the 2021 holidays, Cracker Barrel is bringing the cozy with our choice of a Smokehouse Sugar Cured Ham, a Heat ‘n Serve Prime Rib, and a Smokehouse Country Ham. But it’s not just the meat we are excited about, it is also the sides, as we get to choose the sides that will round out our holiday dinners. Of course, if you want to really learn all about the sides and dinner options, Cracker Barrel’s holiday page is up and running right now, waiting for us to get our feasts on.

Cracker Barrel gets festive with holiday feasts for us to snag and heat at home

But wait! There’s more! On top of making sure we have feasts to choose from this holiday season, they are also giving us a chance to save with the help of what they are calling their “early bird” deal. So what exactly is this early bird deal?

When you place your order and pick it up early, Cracker Barrel will reward you! According to Mashed,

"If you schedule the pickup for either of the family-sized meals on December 22nd or 23rd, you’ll get a $5 bonus card. Going big with a ham feast? Early pick-up gets you a $10 bonus card."

Honestly, if you have no desire to do the cooking this season, no worries. With these feasts, you won’t have to worry about going hungry or feeling less than festive. And we have to love that.

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