Cracker Barrel's 2021 Thanksgiving Dinner Options Are Here, and They Start as Low as $95
As the pandemic continues through this upcoming holiday season, it's important to still (safely) celebrate the traditions you can, like spending time with loved ones. To help ease the stress of planning your Thanksgiving feast, Cracker Barrel is rolling out its classic meal options for their guests whether they'll be enjoying their turkey in-store or at home this year.
Along with their traditional Heat n' Serve options, the Southern country-themed restaurant chain will again offer guests Heat n' Serve family meal options to accommodate smaller group gatherings of four to six people. In an effort to help reduce crowds, Cracker Barrel will be rewarding a $10 gift card with every Thanksgiving Heat n' Serve Feast for patrons who pick up their orders early on Nov. 22 or 23, the Monday and Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
As we near the holiday, orders can be placed now on Cracker Barrel's site or in-store at your local restaurant and can be picked up through Nov. 27. Ahead, you can find Cracker Barrel's 2021 Thanksgiving meal offerings (prices may vary by location).
- Thanksgiving Heat n' Serve Family Dinner ($95) — comes chilled and ready to heat, serves four to six people. Includes one oven-roasted turkey breast, cornbread dressing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, sweet potato casserole with pecans, choice of one Country Side (each serves four to six), and sweet yeast rolls. Can be prepared in two hours or less.
- Thanksgiving Heat n' Serve Feast ($145) — a complete Thanksgiving meal chilled and ready to eat that serves eight to 10 people. Includes two oven-roasted turkey breasts, cornbread dressing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, sweet potato casserole with pecans, choice of two Country Sides (each serves eight to 10), sweet yeast rolls, and pumpkin and pecan pie. Can be prepared in two hours or less.
Customers also have à la carte options for ordering turkey that serves up to six people, various side dishes, and delicious pies, including the new-for-this-year cinnamon roll pie.