7 Best Thanksgiving Turkeys You Can Order Online
Don’t get stuck without a bird on Thanksgiving. These online retailers sell top-notch turkeys and deliver right to your door.
Our Top Thanksgiving Turkey Picks
- Best Overall: D’Artagnan Organic Turkey
- Most Options: Williams Sonoma Willie Bird Turkeys
- Best Pre-Cooked Turkey: Honeybaked Whole Turkey
- Best for First-Time Hosts: Omaha Steaks Whole Basted Turkey
- Best for Picky Eaters: Harry & David Create Your Own Gourmet Turkey Feast
- Best Smoked Turkey: Diestel Family Ranch Naturally Smoked Whole Turkey
- Best Vegan Option: Chef Chloe Coscarelli’s Vegan Meal for 2 at Whole Foods
If you’re worried about turkey shortages or rising turkey prices every year, Thanksgiving-time at the grocery store can daunting. Rather than searching for the perfect bird at your supermarket butcher, make your life easier by ordering your Thanksgiving turkey online this year. The fact is it’s easier than ever to order a turkey through an online retailer and have it show up at your door — just in time for your Thanksgiving feast. Whether you’re in the market for a pre-cooked turkey, free-range bird or your entire Thanksgiving feast, these are the best Thanksgiving turkeys you can order right now.
If you prefer a turkey that’s humanely-raised free-range with access to the outdoors, look no further than D’Artagan’s 100% organic, non-GMO turkeys. They’re fed an all-vegetarian grain diet of corn and soy, and pure spring water without chlorine or fluoride. The result is a flavorful tender bird for your Thanksgiving table.
At Williams Sonoma, Willie Bird turkey options, all ranched in Sonoma County, include pre-roasted, stuffed or smoked birds. You can also select from free-range, pre-brined turkeys, opt for the breast only or purchase your bird whole. The stuffed options are just as varied, including turkeys stuffed with cranberry and sausage or ones that are stuffed with mushrooms and herbs.
The fully-cooked turkeys you order from The Honey Baked Ham Company are ready to heat and serve after thawing. Order a whole 11- to 13-pound turkey in one of three flavor options: cajun, roasted or smoked. The turkey will serve 10 to 12. If you have little time, opt for a full Thanksgiving dinner, which comes with an oven-roasted whole turkey and green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and turkey gravy for up to 18 guests.
Omaha Steaks is known for their meat and the Thanksgiving turkey offerings are no exception. First time hosts can purchase a fully-brined ready-to-cook bird for $100 that serves a table of eight. Keep in mind: This turkey arrives frozen, so you'll want to account for thawing time.
The folks at Harry & David have the entire Thanksgiving table covered with a wide variety of fully prepared meals, including the star of the table — the roasted turkey — one appetizer, two side dishes, cranberry sauce and gravy and dessert, too. The customizable meal serves eight to 10 and is heat-and-serve making it super simple for new hosts.
The smoked turkeys from Diestel Family Ranch, founded in 1949, are slow-smoked over pecan hardwoods in small batches. Best of all, they’re processed with no added nitrates, antibiotics or hormones.
If turkey isn't on your Thanksgiving menu, this chef-curated vegan menu from Whole Foods catering services is just what you need. Complete with a mushroom-based roast, three sides and even a soup appetizer, vegans at your dinner table will feel well taken care of.