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How to Feed Ten This Thanksgiving for Under $75

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: November 20, 2012 | Categories: Food, Holidays and Observances, Infographs, Recipes
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If you waited to the last minute to plan your Thanksgiving feast or having last minute guests coming over for Thanksgiving dinner… don’t fret. Check out these recipes for a Thanksgiving meal that will feed ten and cost $75 or less to make:

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See, you can have a delicious Thanksgiving meal without breaking the bank. And in record time, too!

Do you have your Thanksgiving dinner planned?

Note: A PDF of the recipe which includes a list of ingredients for you to take with you on your trip to the grocery store. Just click on “Get Recipes” in the infographic.


26 Responses to How to Feed Ten This Thanksgiving for Under $75

  1. I’ve never hosted Thanksgiving dinner but it’s to know it can be done for under $75!

  2. Mom Foodie says:

    The 8 million sides and tons of desserts and appetizers are what bring the cost up 😛

  3. Jacqueline K says:

    Cooking from scratch will save some and taste alot better, I think!

  4. Andria Marie de Guzman says:

    perfect .,.,.

  5. Mellisa says:

    That’s awesome! I know I am only responsible for a few desserts and side dishes and it put me back about $75!

  6. Karen Glatt says:

    This is so awesome that you posted the Thanksgiving meal and recipes for feeding ten people for Thanksgiving on $75 dollars! I think that this is such an awesome set-up! What a smart way to serve Thanksgiving!

  7. This is awesome, thanks for sharing!

  8. Amy Clark says:

    I love the diagram! Awesome idea. The garlic mashed potatoes sound delicious!

  9. so important to save money during this holiday season so you can spend it on black friday shopping deals

  10. Lisa Burke Cook says:

    Thanks so much for these fast cheap and easy recipes!

  11. sara m ford says:

    Thank you for your help! I am doing dinner for 5 for under $55

  12. Barbara Platt says:

    I spend a lot more than that for a couple of people! I guess it depends on what’s for dinner.

  13. pisa l. says:

    Love the diagram along with the recipes. Thanks for an informative diagram.

  14. This is a great infograph with great information.

  15. Jennifer Mae Hiles says:

    That’s neat. I like how you can mouse over the table and see the prices. It can get very expensive to feed everyone on Thanksgiving. My family always has everyone bring a dish and that makes it easier on everyone!

  16. Wow that is great! $75 is right on!

  17. Maryann says:

    that looks great.

  18. Ttrockwood says:

    This is so helpful! What a clever diagram too…!

  19. Toni says:

    That’s a great infographic. We didn’t spend that much this year b/c we were in charge of desserts LOL

  20. Maria Iemma says:

    I am saving this post in my favorites because I have a large family and I usually spend a lot of money that I cannot afford during the holidays.

  21. Robin Wilson says:

    I have bookmarked this page! This is amazing, we are pinching pennies so tight they are crying. I doubt things will be much better by the holidays so this will be so helpful. Thank you.

  22. Sylvia Zajis says:

    I always make Thanksgiving from scratch but I think that this lay out is a bit less than most of us prepare for our families and therefore it doesn’t reflect that added cost. My family only likes white turkey meat as well, so we never do a whole turkey, too much of it goes to waste. Buying only turkey breasts can be very expensive though. So….once again, I think it really depends on the family as to how much this holiday really costs.

  23. Kristina L. says:

    Really cute little diagram above 🙂 We are hosting Thanksgiving this year and we are really excited. It can be expensive all on one person so we have kinda made it like a potluck 🙂 We always do that even at others houses.

  24. Jane Ritz says:

    You have a good plan and that’s what it takes. I usually have 20-25 for Thanksgiving. I never spend over $80.00. It takes a lot of preplanning, coupons, and visits to a couple of stores.

  25. Shannon says:

    Thank you for this post!