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Where to find premade Thanksgiving dinners

Restaurants and grocery stores offer Thanksgiving meals that require little work and are ready to go in hours.

INDIANAPOLIS — Not a cook? Not a problem!

Restaurants and grocery stores offer Thanksgiving meals that require little work and are ready to go in hours.

Here are some of the places offering dinner:

Whole Foods

Serves 4, $74.99

Perfectly cooked boneless turkey breast cooked sous vide, with classic favorites for sides. Animal Welfare Certified. Comes complete with favorite classic sides.

Includes:

  • Classic Roast Turkey Breast
  • Green Beans with Roasted Shallots (V) 
  • Creamy Mashed Potatoes 
  • Traditional Herb Stuffing 
  • Turkey Gravy 
  • Cranberry Orange Sauce (V)

Orders need to be places a minimum of 24 hours in advance.

Fresh Market

Serves 3-5, $69.99

  • Fully Cooked Turkey Breast (3 lb.)
  • Yukon Gold Whipped Potatoes (2 lb.)
  • Traditional Herb Stuffing (2 lb.)
  • Homestyle Turkey Gravy (30 oz.)
  • Green Bean Medley (1 lb.)
  • Cranberry Relish with Walnuts (8 oz.)

Orders need to be placed by Monday, Nov. 22.

Kroger

Serves 4-6, $60

  • Oven Roasted Boneless Turkey
  • Sweet Potato Soufflé
  • Green Bean Casserole
  • Bread Stuffing
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Turkey Gravy
  • Hawaiian Rolls
  • Pumpkin Pie

Orders need to be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Meijer

$59.99

  • Pre-Cooked Turkey 10-12 lb.
  • Home-Style Stuffing
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Green Bean Casserole
  • Cranberry Relish
  • Hawaiian Rolls

Orders need to be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Cracker Barrel

$89.99

  • Oven-Roasted Turkey Breast
  • Cornbread Dressing
  • Turkey Gravy
  • Cranberry Relish
  • Sweet Potato Casserole with pecans 
  • Sweet Yeast Rolls 
  • Choice of 1 Country Side

Available for pickup Nov. 20-27, while supplies last. 24-hour notice required for orders. Use within 72 hours after pickup.

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Keep in mind: These meals do not come hot.

You'll pick them up prior to Thanksgiving, and they'll take two hours or so to heat up.