Marie Callender’s Christmas Dinners 2011


Marie Callender’s has fully-cooked take-out Christmas dinners this year.  Order online or at your closest restaurant.  Look for your nearest Marie Callender’s hereMarie Callender’s asks that you put in a Christmas order 24 hours before pick-up.  Most Marie Callender’s appear to allow pick-up between December 20 and 24th.

Here are the Marie Callender’s Christmas dinner choices:

Ham Feast, for 4-6, $99.99. Comes with:

  • Bone-in Spiral Cut Ham (4.25 lbs)
  • side dishes (below)

Turkey Feast, for 4-6, $99.99. Comes with:

  • Turkey Breast, 5 lbs
  • side dishes (below)

Ultimate Whole Turkey Feast, for 6-8, $119.99. Comes with:

  • Whole Turkey, 10-12 lbs
  • side dishes (below)

Ham & Turkey Combo Feast, for 6-8, $139.99. Comes with:

  • Turkey Breast and Spiral Cut Ham
  • side dishes (below)

Ultimate Turkey & Ham Feast, $149.99.  Comes with:

  • Whole Turkey and Spiral Cut Ham
  • side dishes (below)

The Marie Callender’s Christmas dinners all come with these side dishes:

  • Sage-Apple Stuffing, 2 lbs
  • Cranberry Sauce, 16 oz
  • Vegetables, 1.5 lbs
  • Mashed Potatoes, 3 lbs
  • Yams (with Cranberry Streusel), 2 lbs
  • Gravy, 32 oz
  • Cornbread, 9” round
  • Pumpkin or Apple Pie
  • Marie’s Special Coffee, 2.5 oz

Marie Callender’s recommends planning 3 hours of reheating time for any of these Christmas dinners.  The reheating instructions are here.  You can also order extra sides such as macaroni casserole, field green salad, or coleslaw ($8.99 to $10.99 each).

Marie Callender’s also offers a take-out Holiday Brunch, for 8-10, $49.99.  This includes:

  • 8 Muffins (pumpkin, lemon, blueberry, chocolate)
  • 2 Breakfast Quiche 9”
  • Fruit Salad
  • Whipped Cream
  • Utensils

If you’d rather eat Christmas dinner at a Marie Callender’s restaurant, many of them will be open Christmas day.  See here for the list of Marie Callender’s that will be serving dinner on Christmas.

We also have a list of other stores where you can order Christmas dinners.

Happy holidays, merry Christmas, and happy new year to everyone.  (Thanks to Marie Callender’s for helping with the cooking.)