Cracker Barrel serves up new Easter Heat n’ Serve options

Cracker Barrel Prime Rib Heat n' Serve

Taking the hard work out of the Easter dinner, Cracker Barrels have launched a new “Spring Into the Season” promo which features a range of new heat and serve options you can enjoy from the comfort of home.

New for 2021 is the Prime Rib Heat n’ Serve meal. Serving four to six people, the Prime Rib is served with au jus and horseradish, mashed potatoes with roasted gravy and a choice of two additional sides, as well as sweet yeast rolls.

Holiday Heat n’ Serve Meals include:

  • Prime Rib Heat n’ Serve Family Dinner – new homestyle tradition that serves 4-6 people and can be prepared in around three hours
  • Easter Heat n’ Serve Family Dinner – traditional spiral-sliced sugar-cured ham that feeds 4-6 and goes from oven to table in around three hours
  • Easter Heat n’ Serve Feast – complete Easter meal that serves 8-10 people and can be prepared in around three hours.

For the holiday the brand also have “Baskets for Every Occasion” too. The business will help you create unique gift baskets for everyone on your list this Easter. CB write, “Start with a base, from traditional baskets to rainboots, skillets and more, and then pick the items you want to include. Whether it is for a holiday, wedding, birthday, baby, grandparents, or to relax and unwind, baskets are perfect for every occasion and even surprising someone just because.”

Easter Heat n’ Serve meals are available for pick-up between April 2-4. Be sure to order at least 24 hours in advance.

Image credit, Cracker Barrel.

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