Week Before Thanksgiving To-Do List

As one of the biggest holidays approaches its due date stress is a common factor, but fear not! I have written today’s blog to help you busy folk plan out this Thanksgiving day feast!

Now, whether Thanksgiving is being celebrated at your house or not, it’s always nice to extend a helping hand! Here is a list of things to do to ensure that your Thanksgiving day is successful.

First on our list is to buy the turkey! Never leave the main dish to be bought at the last minute or you might find yourself purchasing rotisserie chicken for your Thanksgiving meal. Don’t get me wrong chicken is so good, but no turkey on Thanksgiving is like no Santa Clause on Christmas.

Next, is the stuffing! I’ve attached some delicious recipes I came across, so feel free to look and see if that’s something you’d like to have on your menu.

Ingrid’s Homemade Three Meat Stuffing

Cornbread-Bacon Stuffing – For a tastier dish make sure to substitute the butter with Kelapo Ghee!

If decorations are a big thing in your household, try sticking with fall colors! Light yellow and orange hues for flowers, small pumpkins and colored linen napkins will make for a very festive Thanksgiving. Pinterest has an array of ideas so check them out!

There is no forgetting Thanksgiving side dishes! They are one hundred percent the reason all your guest come to your dinner. My top 5 Thanksgiving sides are mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, mac and cheese, sweet potatoes and roasted cauliflower.

Last but certainly not least is the desert! I recommend baking something simple to take away some of the stress that comes with the multiple ingredients and measuring them all. The best part about this is that Kelapo has created pre-measured packets of ghee, coconut oil and 50/50 blend with coconut oil and ghee for your convenience!

I hope this list helped tame your pre-Thanksgiving dinner nerves!


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