Costco Turkey Dinner Meal Kit & Cooking Instructions

Costco Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kit
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Looking for a quick shortcut to a complete Thanksgiving Dinner or just need a smaller meal? Costco has a Turkey Dinner Meal Kit at Thanksgiving time and it’s a great deal! The complete Turkey Dinner contains a turkey breast, stuffing, mashed potato, green beans, gravy and cranberry sauce. See below for cooking and heating instructions for the Costco Turkey Thanksgiving Meal. Looking to order a Thanksgiving Dinner from Costco online? Find complete holiday meal kits you can order online here.

For your planning, you’ll find this kit hit the prepared food/meat department refrigerated deli cases about one week before Thanksgiving, with a sell by about 5 days after the purchase date. The turkey breast is uncooked, and you should plan for about 2 hours to prepare the entire kit. Scroll down to see price info, serving sizes and cooking instructions. You can either print the cooking directions or toggle “hands free mode” on to keep your computer from sleeping while you’re using them (on laptop/desktop). Don’t forget the grab some apple pie!


Happy Thanksgiving!

Costco Thanksgiving Meal Kit Includes:

Each kit includes 1/2 of a bone-in turkey breast, mashed potatoes, green beans, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and gravy.

Servings in the Turkey Dinner Kit

The Thanksgiving Turkey kit package says it serves 7-8 adults. Maybe I just eat a lot, but personally I think that’s generous…I would plan on 5-6 if it were me (and was going to serve some salad, rolls, or other sides), or 4 if you have big eaters, aren’t serving additional sides and/or want a little leftovers.

Full disclosure, I’m an Italian Mom and I am known to over prepare food, so take the former with a grain of salt. Luckily, I also really like leftover Thanksgiving sandwiches lol, so I prefer to err on making too much 😉

2022 Costco Item Number & Price

Turkey Dinner with Stuffing & Gravy Kits hit stores just about a week before Thanksgiving! In 2022 they’ll cost you $3.99 per pound, that’s $1 per pound more than last year. Turkey Dinner Kits at Costco are Item# 14882. Each kit tends to hover around 9 lbs or so, or about $36.00.

Costco Complete Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kit with Turkey Breast, Stuffing, Potatoes, Gravy
Costco Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kits are Back In Store for 2022 – $3.99 per pound or about $36 each

2021 Costco Item Number & Price

Costco Turkey Dinner Meal Kit is Costco Item Number 14882 and costs $2.99 per lb, or about $25-$30 each.

Turkey Dinner Meal Kit at Costco for Thanksgiving
Fully Cooked Turkey Dinner Thanksgiving Meal Kit at Costco
Ingredients in the Costco Turkey Dinner Meal Kit sold in Store for Thanksgiving.
Ingredient Panel for Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kit from Costco – 2021

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Costco Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kit Cooking Instructions

Costco Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal Kit
Yield: 4 Servings

Cooking Instructions for Costco Turkey Dinner

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes

How to cook your ready-made complete Turkey Dinner kit for Thanksgiving from Costco


  • Costco Turkey Dinner Meal Kit


  1. Preheat oven to 420
  2. Place turkey and stuffing pan on center rack and cook uncovered for 20 minutes
  3. Reduce heat to 375, cover with foil, and cook until internal temp reaches 165 (estimated 60-90 minutes)
  4. Allow turkey to rest 10 minutes before carving
  5. Cover mashed potatoes and green beans with foil and bake at 375 for approximately 30 minutes or until internal temp reaches 165
  6. Reheat gravy in microwave or saucepan until temp reaches 165


Costco's Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Meal serves approximately 3-4 adults.

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  1. This was available today at my store in Frisco, TX. My question is do I need to freeze it or can it stay in the refrigerator until Thanksgiving next week?

    1. Thanks for dropping by! There should be a sell by date on the package. I would guess that it will be okay in the fridge a few days past the sell by date which hopefully gets you to Thursday (but that’s ultimately up to you to decide how long past it – if at all – you are comfortable with).

  2. Where area of the country are you finding these in? My costco in Austin, TX don’t have them and don’t know what I’m talking about.

    1. These were in Marina del Rey, CA. When I was there on Monday they still weren’t out yet – I’m going today to check to see if they’re in stock yet. It’s just a short period before THanksgiving. I thought they were in all stores last year – I wonder if they’re just not out yet, or it’s always possible they don’t have them. Hopefully they just weren’t out yet 🙂

    2. I live in Wenatchee, WA, , which is in the foothills in the eastern part if the state. I purchased the meal kit for $36 on Nov 18. My shopper tells me that there are no boneless turkey breasts in any of the local grocery stores, so this is a good option for me, as I am disabled.

      1. Thank you for sharing! Yes, I haven’t seen a boneless breast at Costco – which is surprising actually! They do have a boneless ham, but not the same 🙂 Thanks again for leaving the details, I can’t wait to get mine!

    1. I’m not sure about that. There’s probably a good chance it would all come out fine…but I haven’t done it personally and I don’t think I’ve ever frozen most of the items in the kit so I’m reluctant to say yes. You could ask someone in the deli department, they may have more insight.

    1. They are available starting about two weeks before Thanksgiving, you’ll find them in an open refrigerated case in the meat department – I don’t believe you can (or need to) order them – in my store there were plenty last year, right up to the day before Thanksgiving.

      1. I have 3+ people for TG this year. How many people does the meal kit feed ?
        Is the turkey precooked ? Will it be dry if you have to reheat ?

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