If you know me, then you know that cooking is not my favorite or best hobby, but I do occasionally get the bug to step into the kitchen and attempt to make something. This Thanksgiving, I thought I would try cooking, but I realized I couldn't do it all on my own. So I thought I would see if it is possible to make a traditional Thanksgiving meal using only foods from Trader Joe's, and to my happy surprise, you totally can.

Turkey

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You can't really have Thanksgiving without turkey, and luckily Trader Joe's has turkey breast that is pre-cooked and ready to serve.

Stuffing

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My favorite part of Thanksgiving is the stuffing, but I have no idea how to cook it. Luckily, you can buy this stuffing mix to give you a hand. If you're feeling adventurous, you can try this super easy recipe

Brussels Sprouts

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Since there has to be something that's green on the table for Thanksgiving, my family usually goes for Brussels sprouts and the prepared ones from Trader Joe's come with a bit of a twist.

Mashed Potatoes

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Like turkey, you seriously can't have a proper Thanksgiving feast without mashed potatoes, and these ones are not only easy to make but also have a ton of flavor. 

Gravy

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Sometimes making gravy can be difficult, so I suggest trying this Trader Joe's product to relieve some stress in the kitchen.

Cranberry Sauce

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If you're feeling like you need a bit more color on your plate, then I suggest grabbing Trader Joe's cranberry sauce, which you can totally use even when it's not Thanksgiving.

Pumpkin Pie

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Just in case you haven't eaten enough, there's always dessert. Pumpkin pie is a Thanksgiving classic that you can count on to push your stomach from feeling slightly sick to needing-to-unbutton-your-pants sick