You Can Pre-Order A Cajun-Style Turkey From Popeyes For Thanksgiving And Holidays Just Got A Whole Lot Easier
Less time cooking = more time eating!This is not the first year Popeyes has offered this service, but if you haven't heard of it, it's about to be a total game-changer for your holiday prep. You can get about 13-16 pounds of pre-cooked Popeyes Cajun turkey starting at $39.99. All you have to do once you get it is quickly pop it in the oven for about two hours before you eat, and before you know it, your dinner is served. Picking it up is the perfect task to give that one relative who always shows up empty-handed.
Garlic and cheese lovers, rejoice! Cheesyare finally back on Pizza Hut's menu, and they're part of the chain's iconic .
Topped with grated parmesan and a blend made of buttery garlic, this legendary Pizza Hut side is also stuffed to gills with beautiful, white melted cheese. For those of us who can't resist the urge to dip, every order comes with a whole cup of marina dipping sauce. Sure, they sound decadent, but did you know that each knot only has 79 calories? Thanks to that knowledge bomb, you can't possibly feel bad for indulging.
Turkey-Shaped Butter Is Here to Complete Your Thanksgiving Spread
Make room for one more bird at your holiday table.These cute birds come in a 4-ounce package, containing 8 tablespoons of butter, and retail for $3.99 each. They are available in most grocery stores such as Walmart, Hy-Vee, and Kroger now, but mostly for in-store purchases only. Make a trip soon to buy a few so there's plenty to go around the table.
Ten of these savory treats are available for $6.49, or you can order them as part of Pizza Hut's $5 Lineup. Here's the catch: Every item on Pizza Hut's value menu rings up for the low price of $5, but only if you purchase two or more items. So why buy 10 Stuffed Garlic Knots for $6.49 when you can buy 20 for $10? It's simple math, friends.
If you prefer to go easy on the garlic because tonight's date night, you can also mix-and-match your Stuffed Garlic Knots with a medium one-topping pizza, a double order of breadsticks, eight breaded bone-out wings, a, , a Hershey’s Chocolate Chip Cookie, Tuscani Pasta, or a four-pack of 20-ounce Pepsi products. That's a wealth of options.
If we're lucky, the future also holds a revival of Pizza Hut's, which was first introduced ahead of the 2016 Super Bowl. A pizza and an appetizer all in one, the crust of the large one-topping pizza was made up of 16 Stuffed Garlic Knots. It also included not one but two cups of marinara dipping sauce for the low price of $12.99. Until then, we'll have to DIY our own from the $5 Lineup or make the drive to in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Go Bold With This Bourbon-Glazed Thanksgiving Turkey
There's something lovely about the simplicity of a brine-free, herb-roasted turkey. But after years of enjoying the same turkey and cream gravy, a gal might want to try something a little radical on Thanksgiving. Maybe you're ready for a change - but you're not ready to bust out, say, the deep fryer quite yet - try our Southern spin on the big Thanksgiving bird. It's rubbed with a chili, garlic, onion, and mustard butter, then basted continually with a bourbon, apple cider, and brown sugar glaze. The results are shockingly flavorful - this is one risk worth taking. See for yourself.
Don't forget:earn 2 points for every $1 spent, and those points translate into free breadsticks and pizza.
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