Serve your family an Easter feast without the stress of cooking this year with an Easter Farmhouse Feast from Bob Evans. This feast is an affordable option that allows you to serve home-style cooking to your family while giving you extra time for all your Easter traditions with your family over the weekend like dying eggs, Easter egg hunts, and visiting.
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Bob Evans Easter Farmhouse Feast Review
Whether you are feeding just your family or extended family and friends this Easter, there is a Easter Farmhouse Feast perfect for your family. Available in a number of sizes, you can feed your family a delicious feast at a great price without all of the stress of shopping and cooking all weekend for Easter.
You can place your order online or by phone to be picked up anytime between now and March 31st. I placed my order to my local Bob Evans in Fairlawn, Ohio. They had it ready exactly when they said they would for quick and easy pick up.
Everything comes cold so all you have to do on Easter day is warm everything up. If you have the large premium order like I have, you’ll need a total of 1-1/2 hours to warm up the turkey – everything else can be warmed in about 1/2 hour. If you get a smaller package, it’s just 45 minutes to warm the turkey.
That’s pretty easy work to deliver a feast like this!
The portions are hearty. The premium feast serves 8-10 but we had a lot of leftovers, so I’d say it feeds more like 10-12 if you have kids in that equation.
The premium package includes both turkey and ham, both were succulent! As you can see, we had a huge platter of meat to serve with the Farmhouse Feast!
The feast also include banana bread and two pies. We chose the limited-time lemon supreme pie and a chocolate peanut butter pie – both were divine! You can choose two pies out of what your local restaurant carries. The banana bread is like a dessert to me but can be enjoyed with dinner as well.
As you can see, this is really a feast! Our dinner plates could hardly hold one serving of everything in the feast!
What I absolutely love about Bob Evans Farmhouse Feast is that I can serve my family and friends a delicious meal that everyone loves without the stress and hassle of cooking over Easter weekend. I can spend time coloring Easter eggs, attending Black Friday and Easter Sunday service, and spend quality time with my family instead of shopping, prepping, and cooking all weekend long. It’s a HUGE time-saver and trust me, nobody is going to complain about the menu. Everyone loves the home-style cooking of Bob Evans!
I love the mission behind the Farmhouse Feast: “At Bob Evans, we understand the importance and special meaning of sharing a meal with friends and family on Easter,” says Saed Mohseni, president and CEO of Bob Evans Restaurants, LLC, “which is why we’re excited to offer families the Farmhouse Feast as a quick and easy solution that won’t break the bank and allows them more time to fully enjoy the holidays together.”
The premium Farmhouse Feast comes complete with two entrees—hickory-smoked boneless ham and slow-roasted carved turkey—as well as mashed potatoes with gravy, bread and celery dressing, macaroni and cheese, green beans with ham, buttered sweet corn, 12 freshly baked dinner rolls, cranberry relish, banana nut bread, double-crust apple pie and fan favorite lemon supreme pie (back for a limited time).
The average family spends $150 on Easter dinner. Bob Evans Feast are well below this! Find pricing for all feast options on the Bob Evans website when you type in your location. For the Akron, Ohio area, it is $109 for the premium (serves 8-10), $49.99 for turkey or ham feast (serves 4) or $79.99 for turkey or ham feast (serves 8).
The holidays should be able being together and focusing on what the holiday is about – Jesus dying on the cross and resurrecting for our salvation – not about countless hours in the kitchen.
Order your feast at any Bob Evans Restaurant, by calling, or online at http://www.bobevans.com. Schedule your pick-up date between now through March 31, 2018.