Grab your pals and start planning this year's Friendsgiving—Trader Joe's has everything you need. From the turkey to the sides to the dessert, TJ's has everything you need to throw the perfect Friendsgiving on a college student's budget. Here's what dishes must make it onto the table this year, all for less than $25. 

Fully Cooked Brined Bone In Half Turkey Breast: $6.99

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Claire Hayes

Already brined and only needing 40 minutes in the oven, this miracle product saves you the hours and effort of baking a bird. It truly isn't Friendsgiving without turkey, and this makes it so easy to get this staple on the table without the hassle of cooking a full bird, or an expensive price tag. 

Stuffing: $2.99

Save money (and cut carbs) with Trader Joe's spin on this classic Thanksgiving side dish. This vegan, gluten-free riced cauliflower stuffing will set you back less than $3, making it a breeze to cater to your dietary-restricted guests and to your bank account.

Mashed Potatoes: $1.99

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Claire Hayes

Who doesn't love mashed potatoes? At a mere $1.99 a box, you'll have these spuds on the table in no time. If you're looking to keep it lighter and are willing to pay a little bit more, you may want to opt for a bag of frozen mashed cauliflower, which costs $2.99 a bag.

Maple Roasted Sweet Potatoes: $4.49

This sweet, starchy veggie always has a special place on my Thanksgiving table, and this version comes prepared with cranberries, pecans, maple syrup, and butter. This is a dish that will for sure go fast. And at only $4.49 a bag, you might want to buy one to have to yourself for later, too.

Cranberry Sauce: $1.99

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Claire Hayes

This is an item everyone seems to either love or hate. Nevertheless, it is a key component in completing a full Thanksgiving meal. A jar will only cost you $1.99, ideal for a college student's budget. If you have leftover sauce at the end of the night, here are nine ways to use it any time of the year.

Pumpkin Pie: $5.99

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Claire Hayes

If you don't have pumpkin pie on your Friendsgiving table, then you're clearly doing something wrong. A fully prepared pie rings in at a cool $5.99, saving the strenuous work of making the crust and filling yourself. A generous slice topped with whipped cream is arguably the best way to end a filling holiday meal, so don't skip out on this one

Grand Total: $24.44

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Helena Lin

With these affordable prices and speedy prep time, your Friendsgiving will be one to remember. Trader Joe's gives you the freedom to focus on good friends and food without stressing about your wallet or cooking every item from scratch. With a grand total of $24.44, this is an unbeatable deal. We all know budgets are tight, but the only thing that will be after this Friendsgiving is your pants.