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Thanksgiving Meal Planner – Free Printable Download

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If your family is anything like mine, you are strewn across the United States. From California to Illinois, Colorado to Iowa and Kansas and back. This means that we must plan Thanksgiving, Christmas, family vacations (haha, as if) months in advance.

It’s hard enough getting us all in the same city much less in the same home (and at the same time) for a Thanksgiving Dinner. One year we had to hit FOUR houses in one day? I was waddling like an emperor penguin outta the last two.


Thanksgiving Meal Planner – Free Printable Download

Once we figure out where and what time we are eating, the next step is to figure out who is bringing what dish. So many dishes, so little time (and only so much oven space). To make this year run as smoothly as possible, I have created a free printable download for your Thanksgiving dinner plans. Click it, download it, share it, print it, coordinate the boogers out of it.

From Heart Hook Home and my family to yours, I wish you the happiest of Thanksgivings! May your turkey be moist (yes, I said MOIST), your chairs be full, your table be just long enough, and may the rolls be tall and buttery. I hope that your mashed potatoes are lump-free and the Green Bean Casserole has just the right crisp on your fried onions. Can Thanksgiving get here any sooner?! I’m so ready!!

Some comfort food to hold you over:

Cheesy Fiesta Hashbrown Casserole
Poor Man’s Smoked Sausage and Pepper Casserole Recipe
Fabulous Fried Mushrooms
Family Favorite: Tuna Casserole Recipe
Cheesy Chicken & Rice Casserole Recipe
Easy Slow Cooker Potato Soup: Traditional, Bacon Cheeseburger, and Low Fat!
Slow Cooker Chicken Mix :: Use for Quesadillas, Salads, Burritos, Nachos, Chicken Casserole, Tex-Mex Soup, Baked Potatoes or Chicken Tacos!

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  1. Thank you for sharing your recipes and patterns with all of us. I'm 72 and have a lot of health issues and my husband does all of the cooking now. I love to find good home cooking recipes that aren't too complicated and don't have exotic ingredients for him. I sit most of the day now, so I crochet, knit and make tatted lace. I made 12 afghans for family members this year for Christmas. I still need to make 2 prayer shawls, a poncho and 2 more afghans before Christmas. thank you for caring and sharing with people like me who truly appreciate you! Connie