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Learn these Thanksgiving Prep Hacks that will make your life easier and have you sipping a glass of wine before your guests walk in the door!
We all need a few tips and tricks for Thanksgiving! I think every year, I learn something new…
In my house, we’ve had the same menu for years and years. Even though we experiment with one of two new dishes, we usually don’t keep those around.
If you need an all-in-one Thanksgiving Menu, head over to that post! You can even download a Game Plan with your shopping list.
My family likes to stick to the traditional recipes we know and love twice a year. We have the same menu for Thanksgiving and Christmas – and we just love it!
A few things I’ve learned along the way…
Wash your potatoes in the dishwasher, on the rinse cycle. Maybe 5 minutes on the rinse cycle, too! Super quick and easy, all at one time!
Kraft paper and a Sharpie create a great tablescape. This table even has mismatched china + glasses + flatware on it!
Simple is best.
Want to see an example of what not to do?!
This was so much fun to create – but those little teepees?!
Two hours of my life I will never get back.
Did people love them?!
But they loved the kraft paper and sharpies even more!
Speaking of Game Plans – do it now! Get out a sheet of notebook paper, fold over the right margin, unfold and begin writing your lists out.
That photo up there went nuts on the interwebs!
So many people wanted me to send it to them, along with the recipes so it was all done for them.
Well, I made a blank Game Plan for you in my resource library, but you could also purchase a copy of the Holiday Hostess Handbook and really WIN the holidays!
The Thanksgiving Prep Hack checklist is included in this bad boy – along with how to set up your buffet table, how to assemble a cheeseboard, go-to recipes for appetizers, side dishes, main dishes, desserts you can pick up from the store. It’s FILLED with all kinds of helping tips and tricks!
You can download this Prep Hack list by signing up for my email list below. If you’re already part of the Sweet Friend fam, then head on over to the resource library and download a copy.
Save this to your Thanksgiving board on Pinterest!