Boston Market Is Selling a Full Easter Dinner—But You Have to Act Fast

Easter dinner has never been easier.

We all know Easter is coming. And with Easter comes Easter dinner—you know, a meal that rivals Christmas and Thanksgiving spreads. Now, it’s not that we weren’t planning to make anything this year, but there’s a lot going on right now. If you need a hand with the ham and side dishes, Boston Market has you covered with an Easter meal you can pick up or have delivered.

The Easiest Easter Dinner Ever

As shown through their epic Valentine’s Day offering this year, Boston Market just gets us. Whether you’re in search of a small meal or enough to feed 12 (just think of all the leftovers!), they’ve got you covered. There are a variety of options for both turkey and ham. Every meal set also includes tasty sides, like mashed potatoes, stuffing and dinner rolls. From there, some of the larger dinners also include pies and cranberry walnut relish. Our mouths are already watering!

Want more holiday inspiration? Check out these classic Easter recipes.

How Do I Get One?

If you’re looking to get a frozen delivery meal, you’ll have to place an order by April 8. But honestly, we suggest ordering even sooner. As of press time, all of the ham meals were already sold out for home delivery, but you can still pick up either of the two turkey offerings, both serving 12 people.

If you feel comfortable heading out to the restaurant, Boston Market is open for pickup on Easter. You can pre-order your meal ahead of time, or stop in on the day-of for individual plates.

However you choose to chow down, let’s all be grateful to Boston Market for serving us fuss-free food in the middle of a pandemic.

Can't wait for Easter? Make these Boston Market copycat recipes today.
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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.