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Thanksgiving is officially THREE weeks away! Ahhhh, are you ready?!? Are you hosting, freaking out a little that it’s only 3 weeks away? Well don’t worry, I’ve got your back. As part of my Everything but the Turkey series, I’m sharing with you a Thanksgiving Planner that has 5 fabulous printable to help keep you organized and on track!
The first printable I have for you is a Thanksgiving Guest List planner. It keeps track of who you invite, whether they’ve sent their RSVP, any special requests like food allergies or dietary restrictions, what dish they’re bringing and how many adults and kids they’re bringing.
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After you invite your gets and figure out how many you’re cooking for, it’s time to menu plan (my favorite part)! Bust out your favorite magazines, cookbooks, family recipes, and load your favorite cooking blogs (Food Folks and Fun is on your list, right?). Browse through them and pick your favorites. Here’s a Thanksgiving Menu Plan Planner to keep you organized! Plus it has a shopping list of all those ingredients you need to pick up!
Next is my favorite printable, a Thanksgiving Recipe List Planner. Have you ever made a swoon-worthy menu plan and then forgot where the recipes are? Yup, me too! Here’s a printable to help you keep track of where the recipes are, how long they take to prep & cook, oven temps, and what can be done ahead of time. Print out as many of these babies as you’d like!
All of the planning is done, now it’s time to get cooking! In my opinion, the day before Thanksgiving is for ordering pizza, playing some awesome music, and dancing your way through Thanksgiving dinner prep. I say get as much chopping, baking, and organizing done the night before. Trust me, you’ll thank yourself Thanksgiving day.
Lastly, I have a Thanksgiving Cooking Schedule Planner for you. This will help you plan out hour-by-hour everything that needs to get done to get dinner on the table!
Did you miss my last #EverythingButTheTurkey post? I shared 10 Thanksgiving Hosting Tips that will leave you Thankful. This is a must-read for hosting a Thanksgiving without imploding!
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