10 of the Best Thanksgiving Items From Costco to Simplify Your Holiday Meal

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Thanksgiving dinner foods in Costco cart

Let’s all give thanks to Costco and the blessing of a stress-free Thanksgiving dinner! 🙌🦃

If you’d like to sit down to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner without breaking a sweat in the kitchen, these Costco Thanksgiving dinner groceries will help! This year, the wholesale retailer has everything you need to put together a delicious meal, and you won’t have to spend all day in the kitchen preparing it.

We stopped by our local Costco to check out this year’s Thanksgiving dinner items, and it turns out they have pretty much all the prepared foods you would need to avoid making anything from scratch this year! From drinks to turkey to dessert and everything in between, check out 10 of the best Costco Thanksgiving dinner items to grab for a ready-made Thanksgiving!

Sous Vide Sliced Roasted Turkey Breast

1. Cuisine Solutions Sous Vide Sliced Roasted Turkey Breast with Citrus Herbs – $6.99/lb.

This tender turkey breast has been slow-cooked and simply seasoned with salt, pepper, citrus, and herbs. It can be heated in the oven in under 40 minutes, so your house will still be filled with the wonderful aroma of turkey without all the hassle that goes along with roasting an entire bird.

holding package of stuffed turkey breast from Costco for thanksgiving dinner

2. Vicky’s Stuffed Turkey Breast – $5.99/lb.

If you’re looking to keep things simple this Thanksgiving, Vicky’s Kitchen makes a stuffed turkey breast that could serve as the main dish and sides, all in one!

This turkey breast is filled with sausage and cornbread stuffing and a cranberry apple chutney glaze is included. It comes fully cooked and can be heated either in the microwave or the oven. Dinner is done!

ready to eat mashed potatoes at Costco

3. Main Street Bistro Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes – $7.79

Peeling potatoes is hard, but using instant potatoes on Thanksgiving might not satisfy your craving for the real thing. These heat-and-eat potatoes are the perfect compromise and a great value. For $7.79, you’ll get two 32-ounce packages of Yukon Gold mashed potatoes – enough for leftovers, depending on the size of your gathering!

holding package of sausage sage stuffing

4. Fra’Mani Holiday Dressing With Sausage and Sage – $9.99

Fra’Mani Holiday Dressing is handcrafted from bread cubes, antibiotic-free pork sausage, and a mixture of poultry broth, butter, vegetables, sage, and other herbs. This 31-ounce package serves about nine people and can be heated in either the oven or the microwave.

holding pre-made turkey gravy at Costco for thanksgiving dinner

5. Fra’Mani Turkey Gravy – $10.89

Fra’Mani Turkey Gravy is a lightly bound béchamel sauce enriched with onions, turkey broth, and turkey meat. It’s made from grain-fed, antibiotic-free turkeys and can be heated in either the microwave or the oven. This multi-pack contains two individually-sealed 24-ounce packages.

packages of sweet potatoes at Costco

6. Vicky’s Kitchen Organic Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes with Maple Syrup – $12.99

If you’ve ever prepared sweet potatoes from scratch, you know that they start out hard as a rock and take quite a bit of time to cook thoroughly. Vicky’s Kitchen has done all of that work for you, with these fully-cooked sweet potatoes. They’ve already been slow-cooked in organic brown sugar and organic maple butter till tender. All you need to do is heat them up in the microwave or oven!

bag of frozen corn in shopping cart

7. Kirkland Signature Sweet Corn – $6.99

In the annual Thanksgiving vegetable popularity contest, sweet corn is probably a close runner-up to sweet potatoes. Grab a 5-pound bag of Kirkland Signature’s White Sweet Corn for a simple side dish that even the kids will eat!

holding tub of cranberry sauce from Costco for thanksgiving dinner

8. Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce – $8.99

If you prefer homemade cranberry sauce to the canned stuff, then Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce is the next best thing. It comes in a 36-ounce container and may quite possibly be the best store-bought cranberry sauce available anywhere! Your Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without this Costco find!

Kirkland Pumpkin Pie

9. Kirkland Signature Pumpkin Pie – $7.99

Costco’s 12″ pumpkin pie weighs in at a whopping 58 ounces and it feeds up to 12 people. Not only are these pies a great value, but they’re yummy too. This dessert is very popular with Costco members every year, so don’t wait until the last minute to buy one! If you’re worried about buying your pie too early, you can always keep it frozen until the big day.

We recently sampled this pie and compared it with the Sam’s Club version. Read our honest review!

wine aisle at Costco

10. Wine – many bottles under $20!

There are so many different types of wine that pair well with Thanksgiving dinner, and Costco has a good selection of affordable bottles this year. Gérard Bertrand Cremant de Limoux Brut Rosé ($15), Pellegrini Chardonnay ($15), and Baileyana Firepeak Pinot Noir ($18) are all excellent choices.

Not a member? Consider snagging a Costco membership today!

About the writer:

Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 4 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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Comments 18

  1. Nee

    Thanks for this list! There were many things I have never noticed before! I will say that I vouch for the mashed potatoes. I get them all the time. They are delicious!

  2. Sherry

    Has anyone tried the dressing – ๐Ÿ‘ or ๐Ÿ‘Ž??

    • Pam

      Also curious about this dressing. Is it cornbread based?

    • KC

      Too salty!!! And the container is half full so you won’t be getting as much as you think.

  3. dylanfan

    No premade dinner in the deli this year? ๐Ÿ™

    • Amanda

      Just saw that there today- premade thanksgiving goodies. Turkey. Mashed potatoes. Mashed sweet potatoes. Lots of options

      • KC

        I got the mashed potatoes. I found them really disappointing – tasted a bit too “earthy” to me. The ones you rehydrate, Creamy Mash, are much better.

    • jessica

      there is, i picked one up. $28. big turkey mashed potatoes green beans cranberries stuffing.

  4. Marilyn Curtis

    Will Vickyโ€™s stuffed turkey breast keep 6 days in the fridge without being frozen?

    • KC

      It will probably keep as it is vacuum sealed. It is pretty small. It is okay but not spectacular. Don’t pour the sauce on it until you’ve taste it. It is pretty awful.

    • Ingrid

      It arrives frozen so not sure whether it will hold for 6 days in the fridge, given that it is fully cooked I would keep frozen until the day before when serving.

  5. Michelle

    No turkey at mine โ˜น๏ธ bummed.

  6. Sammy

    Is sliced turkey breast by SOUS good. The instructions call for pan heating. Is that good?

    • Celest

      Soup vide turkey was very good – moist and flavorful. Instructions call for pan fry for 1 minute. Frankly, it is better without cooking…just a quick 30 seconds in microwave to tak off the chill.

  7. Kathy

    Costco’s Pumpkin Pie changed this year and it is terrible. Hip2Save earlier posted not to buy Costco’s pumpkin pie because of the bad taste. And, she was right. The pie is horrible this year. We tried one ahead of Thanksgiving and had to throw the whole thing out. It left a horrible taste.

  8. Lois Halbert

    Well, we tried the Roast Turkey Breast. Tastes good but no turkey. It was all stuffng. Going out today to see if I can find turkey to go with my stuffing. I want to tell the company but no address. The cost was $22.82. Sad.

  9. KC

    I purchase the turkey roll, the stuffing, the mashed potatoes, the pumpkin pie, and the gravy this year because we were having such a small group this year. It was by far the worst meal I have had in years. I don’t know what the gravy was made from but it had no resemblance to turkey gravy. The only thing that was okay and I mean just okay, was the pumpkin pie. I am disappointed in Costco which is rare. They buyers should try this stuff before they buy.


    I searched far and wide for the stuffed turkey breast – so glad I finally found it. This is by far the easiest and best tasting turkey breast we have ever had. My son’s and their wives thoroughly enjoyed it and asked for it again this year. We always waste the left-over turkey (you can only eat so much turkey) but this is so darn good that there is very little left over so I always buy 2 one for Thanksgiving and one for Christmas. So very, very good!!

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