Switch & Save for the Holiday Season

December 5, 2014 – Are you planning a big holiday meal for the entire family? From appetizers and side dishes to dinner and dessert, family get-togethers can be tough on your wallet. Let us help you! Our holiday meal plan for a family of eight includes a decadent shrimp appetizer, savory turkey with cranberry-honey mustard sauce, comforting kugel and chocolate cake that will make you come back for seconds – all under $60. Double this main dish recipe and reduce the dessert recipe by half and you’ll be well on your way to a high-end (but low cost) celebration.

Appetizer – Shrimp DeJonghe Bites
$1.92/serving (8 servings)
Total Cost: $15.36

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These individual shrimp atop rosemary flatbread paired with Brut Sparkling will kick off your party with a bang! Serve these to guests as they arrive for a warm welcome to your holiday celebration.

Main Dish – Grilled Turkey Breast with Cranberry-Honey Mustard Pan Sauce
$2.91/serving (8 servings)
Total Cost: $23.28

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This sweet and savory entrée combines all of your traditional favorites into one dish! Savory turkey topped with sweet cranberry-honey mustard sauce will be a crowd favorite.

Side Dish – Holiday Kugel
$1.13/serving (10 servings)
Total Cost: $11.30

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Your family will love this traditional noodle casserole aside their holiday meal. Served warm with sweet cream sauce, fruit and nuts and topped with a crispy finish, this Holiday Kugel may steal the show.

Dessert – Chocolate Hazelnut Flourless Cake
$0.64/serving (9 cakes or servings)
Total Cost: $5.76

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End your holiday celebration with this Chocolate Hazelnut Flourless Cake – the perfect portion for every guest to end their night on a sweet note!

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3 thoughts on “Switch & Save for the Holiday Season

  1. Helen C. Kyle

    Nice to find a friendly place, where the people who work here and set up up this website seem to treat customers like family, and really care about providing healthy, delicious, attractive meals at a bargain price. To seniors like me, on small fixed incomes that don’t rise when food prices go up, this is a godsend.. Please put me on your email list. I’ll be spreading the word to my senior friends that your store has opened, and suggesting they check it out. Your success in this area will be our success as well. Thank you for your efforts on our behalf.

  2. Ashlee

    We try to save money on food over the holidays by making as much as we can from scratch! We love Aldi because the ingredients to make our home made dishes are even more affordable! Thanks, Aldi!

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