Thanksgiving Trader Joe’s Haul

 

So I know it’s Thanksgiving tomorrow, and food bloggers everywhere have a million and one perfect recipes to share, but I don’t. Not this year. Maybe next Thanksgiving I can be a magical food blogger and have a ton of yummy fall dishes one after the other. For now, I will just be real and chat with you about my latest Trader Joe’s buys. I will also include some of the ingredients I’m using for the Thanksgiving dishes I am cooking for my family.

My husband and I have two Thanksgiving dinners every year, one at my parent’s house and one at his parent’s house. Twice the fun and twice the love! My mom and mother in law make their own main dishes, so I don’t ever make the turkey or ham. I am more of the fun and tasty side dish girl. I got your stuffing, green beans, stuffed mushrooms and cornbread or biscuits covered. Oh, and usually a dessert too. I love being the side dish girl. Is it weird that I just made up that title?

Well, weather you are in charge of the main dish, side dish or no dish, I wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving.

I went to Trader Joe’s about 2 weeks ago so I will show you guys what I bought for our everyday food, but I also went yesterday specifically to get the ingredients I still needed for my Thanksgiving dishes. Let’s get to it.

Trader Joes 1962

Frozen green beans, cream of portabella mushroom soup and fried onions will go into my green bean casserole along with sautéed mushrooms and some parmesan cheese.  Continue reading “Thanksgiving Trader Joe’s Haul”

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