Thanksgiving Warm-Ups

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November 4, 2016 – With Thanksgiving just 21 days away, we’re dreaming of juicy turkey, hearty stuffing and sweet pumpkin pie. But there’s more to the holiday than just dinner time (though that’s our favorite part!). What about the rest of the day? Striking a balance between staying fueled for family cooking and eating light so you’re ready for the main event can be tricky. We pulled together our favorite light-but-just-right breakfast recipes to tide you over until dinner time.

Oatmeal Apple Pancakes
For a better-for-you spin on this kid-pleasing classic, add apple and oats! You can also cut your pancakes into festive shapes using cookie cutters.

 

 

 

2015_BerryBreakfastCookie_Recipe_Hero[1]Berry Breakfast Cookies + Blueberry-Lemon Smoothie
Cookies for breakfast? You heard that right! Pair a breakfast cookie with our Blueberry-Lemon Smoothie and start the day with a boost of antioxidants to power you through the Thanksgiving frenzy.

 

SEA2015_Individual_Fruit_Parfait_Recipe_Hero[1]Peach Cobbler Parfait
Light and sweet, this parfait is the perfect way to start any holiday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wonderful Wakeup Casserole
Is the whole family in town this Thanksgiving? You can make this recipe the night before to save you time in the morning!

 

 

What does your family eat Thanksgiving morning? Tell us in the comments!

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6 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Warm-Ups

  1. Frances Davis

    I just discovered Aldi, I went in when it was first opened and I made a bad mistake I left because I didn’t know anything about the brands. But I now know the history and it is very true you believe in
    giving a good product at a very reasonable price. I had to read the history to understand how to
    get a basket. But what a great idea. Not overloaded with a store full of managers that can’t seem to
    order the product you want. And that means we save money. Your fruit and vegetables are wonderful.
    Glad I found my way back I won’t be going away this time.

  2. Ella Greene

    I love Aldi too. I’m always surprised when I get my total, and in a good way. 🙂 I believe they now take a wider number of ways to pay. Do they take checks, or charge cards?

    1. ALDI USA Post author

      Hi Ella. ALDI doesn’t accept checks at this time. But we now take Visa, MasterCard Discover & American Express plus debit cards and cash!

  3. Catherine Mathis

    I love being able to buy good quality groceries for less money. The fresh produce is always incredible! The canned and packaged foods are better that name brands. I love that Aldi stores are not so big that I get exhausted by shopping. The fresh flowers and plants are a bonus to brighten any day. Now if they could just open a store near me. Currently I drive 10-25 miles to get to an Aldi and try to combine the drive with other chores needed in whatever direction.

  4. Sally Hershey

    I am very lucky to have two Aldi’s where I live. Your produce is always fresh and wonderful. I am happy you started to carry the black angus beef,I got 2 pkgs. of the stew meat and made a big pot of homemade vegetable soup, the beef was so tasty and tender it made the soup.Your bake goods and baking supplies are excellent. In the fall and winter I do alot of baking and your variety of baking supplies is always well stocked and the prices are very reasonably. I agree with the previous letter that the total is lower then what I expect when I checkout. Thank you for a wonderful grocery store
    Sally Hershey Butler,Pa. October 4,2017

  5. diane rogers

    Thank you for theses recipes. Really would love to hear from people who have tried some of them and rated them. I am not a cook so this would be helpful to me. I love Aldi’s and have been a long time shopper. They just keep getting better. Only thing is that you have to use their veggies quickly because they do not last very long in my experience.

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