This is a sponsored blog post. My family received a complimentary Farmhouse Feast meal to enjoy in exchange for this blog post. All opinions are my own.
It’s that time of year again to start thinking about Easter, and not just all the fun goodies that will go in your kids’ Easter baskets, but what you’ll be making for Easter dinner. If you’re like me, it’s always stressful to think about cooking for so many people or bringing side dishes that everyone will actually enjoy.
My solution? Let Bob Evans do the cooking this Easter! Whether you’re looking to enjoy a complete meal at home or prefer to dine-in at a restaurant, Bob Evans can help prepare a delicious, stress-free holiday feast.
This spring, Bob Evans is once again offering the popular Farmhouse Feast, which includes hickory smoked ham, served with mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and ham, buttered sweet corn, coleslaw, rolls and a lemon supreme pie. And let me tell ya – it’s delicious! It’s the perfect solution to enjoy a wholesome, delicious meal without the fuss and time-consuming prep and post-meal clean-up. Once you pick up your Feast, simply follow the detailed heating instructions provided in your box, and soon enough you’ll be enjoying your delicious meal with your family!
Choose a pick-up date and time for your fresh, made-to-order Farmhouse Feast at any Bob Evans restaurant or at www.bobevans.com now through Easter Sunday. Quantities are limited, so ordering early is highly recommended. The Feast can feed a family of four for $49.99* or a family of eight for $79.99*, which also includes a loaf of their delicious banana nut bread. Additional servings may be added a la carte. *Price and hours may vary by market.
I have to say… Our family enjoyed this delicious meal last night, and it was wonderful! After my order was placed at the Miamisburg location, I chose a pick-up time and my Feast was ready to go when I arrived.
Our Feast included detailed instructions for reheating our food. So simple!
In no time, we were ready to enjoy our delicious meal!
Everything was so delicious, and it was awesome not having to worry about what to cook for dinner! I was pleasantly surprised that everything heated up so nicely, and I have no problem admitting that I had a second helping of the mashed potatoes and chicken gravy. It was SO GOOD.
If dining out for Easter brunch is more your family’s style, Bob Evans has some great options in their restaurants, too. On Easter Sunday, Bob Evans will open at 6 AM and offer
brunch menu items all day, starting at $4.99. Their Best-in-Class Breakfast includes two guest favorites, such as Farmer’s Choice Breakfast with Cherry Brioche French Toast, served with two cooked-to-order eggs, a farmhouse side, and a breakfast meat; and Border Scramble Omelet, a spicy pepper-jack cheese omelet smothered with a blend of Bob Evans sausage, home fries, diced tomatoes and onions in a zesty ranchero sauce. (Are you hungry yet?!)
I just love that they recently relaunched their breakfast menu featuring their “Best-in-Class Breakfast” which uses farm-fresh ingredients, including fresh, never frozen Bob Evans sausage, fresh-cracked eggs from Midwestern farms, 100 percent Florida orange juice, fresh-cut potatoes, and freshly brewed coffee from 100 percent Arabica beans. And I’ve always loved Bob Evans’ coffee, whether it’s their Breakfast Blend (medium light roast) or their Signature (medium dark roast). It’s no wonder they were recently named America’s best breakfast restaurant, according to a survey by Market Force!
Now… for the best part! If you’d like to enjoy a Farmhouse Feast or delicious dine-in Easter brunch with your family, I’ve got a $50 Bob Evans gift card to give away to one lucky reader! To enter, simply comment below and let me know how your family would enjoy the gift card – whether it’s ordering a Farmhouse Feast or dining in at a local Bob Evans restaurant. One winner will be selected completely at random on Wednesday, March 23 and notified by email. Entries must be placed no later than Tuesday March 22 at midnight.