A love of food does not require a love of cooking. If the thought of Thanksgiving dinner fills you with both excitement and dread, Thanksgiving delivery can help ease some of that anxiety around the act of preparing the meal.
If you can afford to outsource and you know it will relieve your stress, check out the five companies below that will provide everything you need for a satisfying Thanksgiving feast: pies, sides and everything.
Vegan Meal Delivery
Pop-ups were once one of the primary ways vegan food entrepreneurs got their start, but during the height of food delivery, delivery and direct-to-consumer businesses started to take over. From “DM to order” to large-scale national delivery options, buying food online is now strictly.
We’ve seen city-specific pop-ups turn into pickup and delivery options, like the now-iconic Cena Vegan in Los Angeles, and regional chains have turned to Goldbelly to ship full meals across the country, like Taim in New York.
In addition to shipping specialty items such as Full Size Piecakes and Chicago Deep Pizzas (if you didn’t already know, you’re welcome), everyday meals are also available. For those who don’t have the time or inclination to cook, there are more than a dozen vegan-friendly meal kit subscriptions that ship nationwide. Whether you’re just looking for groceries or something you can easily heat up and heat, brands like Hungryroot, Simple Feast, Veestro, and Daily Harvest are here to help.
Vegan Thanksgiving food, delivered
With so much food being shipped daily, why not be able to order a full Thanksgiving feast with a credit card and a few taps on your phone? Now here are the five vegan options that will deliver Thanksgiving dinner right to your doorstep. Let the festivities begin.
The herbivorous butcher
1The herbivorous butcher
This Minneapolis-based vegan butcher and deli is first on the list for a reason: it sells out fast! The epic Turkey-Fee feast is sold out now, but the star of the butcher’s party, the unstuffed roast turkey, is still available a la carte in one- and two-pound options. Order now and get ready to feast.
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2 purple carrot
Purple Carrot provides everything you need for a jaw-dropping Thanksgiving meal and lets home cooks make it a success. The menu is set, the ingredients are pre-measured and the instructions are clear. Order by Tuesday, November 14, and you can whip up an impressive meal for four including Cashew Cheese-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, Rustic Ciabatta Stuffing, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Roasted Brussels Sprouts, and Crisp with pears and cranberries. We are here for the crisp!
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MamaSezz watches over anyone on a special diet, even on Thanksgiving. The Oil-Free and Gluten-Free Vacation Package includes a fully prepared feast for three to four people or approximately five days of vacation-themed meals for one person. The heavy 10-item box includes classics ranging from cranberry sauce to cornbread and scalloped potatoes to a sumptuous vegetable bread. We are always pleasantly surprised when healthy food tastes so good.
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Giselle’s Vegan Kitchen
4 GTFO is vegan
This online vegan grocer offers the most variety of any option on this list. Mix and match your favorite store-bought brands to create a dinner party without venturing into a crowded store. Choose from a selection of Vegetarian Plus Vegan Meats, Abe’s Cornbread Muffins and Sweet Pounds, Field Roast Holiday Stuffed Roasts, Immaculate Baking Cookies, Simply Layered Pies and more. You can also find specialty products that aren’t available at most retailers, such as treats from Giselle’s Vegan Kitchen. When shopping is this easy, you can have Thanksgiving dinner any day of the week.
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5 belly of gold
Think of Goldbelly as a virtual assortment of deliciously endless possibilities. The digital platform offers dishes from local concepts across the United States, which means you can choose exactly what you want. Grab a cinnamon streusel-topped crumb cake from dedicated vegan and gluten-free bakery Erin Mckenna’s, a savory ratatouille pie from DC-based Dangerously Delicious Pies, and a dozen spinach knish from legendary bakery Yonah Schimmel Knish in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, because Why Not?
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The Goddess and the Grocer
6 The Goddess and the Grocer
While this Chicago-based company focuses on cakes, it makes a stunner out of a vegan Thanksgiving feast. The Vegan Holiday Acorn Squash Dinner for Two eschews the somewhat traditional vegan bread or roast and focuses on the bounty of seasonal produce. Expect hearty roasted acorn squash filled with quinoa, nuts, and veggies; Brussels sprouts with rosemary and caramelized shallot, green beans (not casserole), mashed potatoes, stuffing and sauce, and a delicious apple crisp. Note: the individual items are vacuum-packed, which seems a little odd, but once heated and plated, the food looks just as appetizing as if you had prepared it yourself.
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