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The Cost Of Thanksgiving Dinner Over Time

Thanksgiving is one of the nation’s favorite holidays and an event when we typically go above and beyond to treat loved ones with a special meal. Over time, the cost of hosting Thanksgiving has undoubtedly grown but...by how much?

We were curious to find out so we researched the most popular dishes people across the nation will be cooking and researched the cost of 3,905 ingredients dating back to the 1960s to find out.

Below you’ll see just how much the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner serving 10 has changed, and also which dishes have risen in price the most.

Key Statistics

Contents

The Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner

In 1960, the total cost of a Thanksgiving meal for 10 people cost an average of $11.65. Today, the cost of a 10-person celebratory feast has increased by over 565%, costing the average host $77.52.

In 2020, the cost would have been $74.92, meaning the ingredients have seen an increase of 3.5% over the past year alone.

Fortunately, the rising costs of the meal have mirrored the same increase as the median U.S. household income, meaning to our pockets, the increase doesn’t seem as drastic.

Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner since 1960

The Cost of Thanksgiving Dishes in 1960 vs. Today

Although some of us will remember the prices well, others will be shocked to learn just how much the cost of our Thanksgiving dinner dishes has changed.

Here, we dig deeper into each dish that will find its way onto our dinner tables for Thanksgiving. The data below highlights the price for each dish in 1960 and compares it to the average cost for the same dish today.

Dish Cost ($) in 1960 Cost ($) in 2021 Increase %
Turkey $3.06 $20.80 580%
Mashed potatoes $0.70 $6.00 757%
Cranberry sauce $0.34 $2.11 520%
Stuffing $1.03 $5.44 428%
Sweet Potato Casserole $1.02 $9.41 823%
Green bean casserole $0.63 $5.21 727%
Bread rolls $0.30 $0.94 213%
Mac & Cheese $2.47 $15.74 537%
Creamed Corn $0.32 $1.27 297%
Salad $0.17 $2.39 1306%
Pumpkin pie $0.75 $2.20 193%
Pecan pie $0.86 $6.01 599%
Cost of Thanksgiving Dishes since 1960

Turkey

For many of us, the turkey is the star of the show and that’s certainly reflected in the prices we pay.

Back in 1960, a 16-pound turkey would cost $3.06. Today, that price is $20.80 - an increase of 580%. However, the price of turkey has actually decreased somewhat over the years, peaking in 2015 at $23.04. Last year, consumers paid on average $19.39 for a 16-pound turkey, 7.3% less than today.

Year Cost of Turkey
1960 $3.06
1961 $3.01
1962 $3.08
1963 $3.11
1964 $3.16
1965 $3.23
1966 $3.39
1967 $3.37
1968 $3.50
1969 $3.71
1970 $3.81
1971 $3.93
1972 $4.16
1973 $5.06
1974 $5.67
1975 $6.07
1976 $6.03
1977 $6.51
1978 $7.28
1979 $7.96
1980 $8.84
1981 $9.14
1982 $9.39
1983 $9.49
1984 $9.86
1985 $10.00
1986 $14.24
1987 $10.88
1988 $11.84
1989 $10.77
1990 $12.84
1991 $10.67
1992 $11.05
1993 $13.55
1994 $12.00
1995 $12.68
1996 $13.46
1997 $13.47
1998 $13.71
1999 $14.23
2000 $12.52
2001 $15.13
2002 $14.84
2003 $15.47
2004 $14.23
2005 $15.11
2006 $15.70
2007 $17.63
2008 $19.09
2009 $18.65
2010 $17.66
2011 $21.57
2012 $22.23
2013 $21.76
2014 $21.65
2015 $23.04
2016 $22.74
2017 $22.38
2018 $21.71
2019 $20.80
2020 $19.39
2021 $20.80

Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are a staple for over half of  U.S. homes on Thanksgiving, and have increased in price even faster than turkeys have.

The cost of mashed potatoes saw a sharp increase of 757% in price since the 1960s with the dish now costing $6, up from $0.70 in 1960. The price of mashed potatoes reached its peak in 2019 where 10 portions would set you back $6.59. 

The recipe is traditionally made from potatoes, butter and half-and-half. However, because the prices for half-and-half weren’t available in the 1960s, our recipe was substituted with milk.

Year Cost of Mashed Potatoes
1960 $0.70
1961 $0.63
1962 $0.62
1963 $0.64
1964 $0.70
1965 $0.85
1966 $0.78
1967 $0.79
1968 $0.80
1969 $0.85
1970 $0.90
1971 $0.90
1972 $0.94
1973 $1.23
1974 $1.43
1975 $1.29
1976 $1.37
1977 $1.39
1978 $1.42
1979 $1.28
1980 $1.87
1981 $2.52
1982 $2.01
1983 $1.98
1984 $2.17
1985 $1.93
1986 $2.29
1987 $2.47
1988 $2.36
1989 $2.81
1990 $2.94
1991 $2.38
1992 $2.48
1993 $2.68
1994 $2.75
1995 $3.54
1996 $3.57
1997 $3.37
1998 $4.18
1999 $4.07
2000 $3.72
2001 $4.35
2002 $4.31
2003 $4.25
2004 $4.71
2005 $4.87
2006 $4.70
2007 $5.18
2008 $5.94
2009 $4.95
2010 $5.36
2011 $6.13
2012 $5.64
2013 $5.80
2014 $6.01
2015 $5.80
2016 $6.14
2017 $6.44
2018 $6.14
2019 $6.59
2020 $6.30
2021 $6.00

Recipe used: The Kitchn, Mashed Potatoes

Cranberry Sauce

Homemade cranberry sauce is a highlight for many on the Thanksgiving table and our recipe called for 1lb of cranberries, a cup of white sugar and a cup of freshly squeezed orange juice. 

This year, the average cost has reached its highest ever price at an average of $2.11. That is a 19.2% increase since last year, and an increase of 520% since the 60s. The cost of the added orange juice alone has increased by more than 20% since 2020.

Perhaps surprisingly, the cost of cranberries has only increased 377% from $0.09 to $0.43 with the bulk of the price increase coming from the orange juice, which has increased 627% from $0.22 to $1.6.

Year Cost of Cranberry Sauce
1960 $0.34
1961 $0.34
1962 $0.34
1963 $0.39
1964 $0.43
1965 $0.65
1966 $0.60
1967 $0.66
1968 $0.67
1969 $0.67
1970 $0.64
1971 $0.70
1972 $0.67
1973 $0.67
1974 $0.75
1975 $0.79
1976 $0.75
1977 $0.79
1978 $1.10
1979 $1.23
1980 $0.89
1981 $0.92
1982 $0.99
1983 $0.90
1984 $1.09
1985 $1.04
1986 $0.98
1987 $1.06
1988 $1.10
1989 $1.07
1990 $1.05
1991 $1.41
1992 $1.07
1993 $1.12
1994 $1.10
1995 $1.20
1996 $1.25
1997 $1.19
1998 $0.91
1999 $0.77
2000 $0.83
2001 $0.98
2002 $1.08
2003 $1.20
2004 $1.21
2005 $1.29
2006 $1.42
2007 $1.42
2008 $1.52
2009 $1.56
2010 $1.66
2011 $1.62
2012 $1.68
2013 $1.58
2014 $1.69
2015 $1.66
2016 $1.69
2017 $1.76
2018 $1.74
2019 $1.68
2020 $1.77
2021 $2.11

Recipe used: Allrecipes, Cranberry Sauce

Stuffing

Stuffing is another one of those dishes that crosses state borders and will typically be on the dinner tables for over 50% of the US.

We researched the cost of traditional stuffing, including bread, eggs, onion, herbs and a homemade broth substitute. 

Out of all of them, it’s the onion that has seen the most dramatic price increases, jumping 1,700% since 1960. On the other end of the scale, eggs have seen the slowest price increase at just 189% in the same timeframe.

Overall, the ingredient price increases have meant the cost of Thanksgiving stuffing has increased 428% since 1960, rising from $1.03 to $5.44 in 2021.

Year Cost of Stuffing
1960 $1.03
1961 $1.01
1962 $1.02
1963 $1.02
1964 $1.03
1965 $1.06
1966 $1.13
1967 $1.11
1968 $1.09
1969 $1.17
1970 $1.20
1971 $1.21
1972 $1.19
1973 $1.39
1974 $1.49
1975 $1.53
1976 $1.48
1977 $1.53
1978 $1.67
1979 $1.92
1980 $2.11
1981 $2.24
1982 $2.24
1983 $2.27
1984 $2.37
1985 $2.17
1986 $2.89
1987 $2.90
1988 $2.97
1989 $3.03
1990 $2.94
1991 $2.86
1992 $2.72
1993 $2.65
1994 $2.45
1995 $2.72
1996 $3.19
1997 $3.30
1998 $4.31
1999 $3.53
2000 $3.55
2001 $4.46
2002 $3.51
2003 $3.60
2004 $4.50
2005 $4.22
2006 $3.87
2007 $4.21
2008 $4.59
2009 $4.32
2010 $4.78
2011 $5.66
2012 $4.81
2013 $4.56
2014 $5.31
2015 $5.76
2016 $5.80
2017 $6.10
2018 $6.09
2019 $6.07
2020 $5.03
2021 $5.44

Recipe used: Averie Cooks, Classic Traditional Thanksgiving Stuffing

Sweet Potato Casserole

Although marshmallows are a custom of the sweet potato casserole, they weren’t always as available as they are today, and in fact, have traditionally made up the costliest part of making the dish when using the raw ingredients

The dish itself is typically made from sweet potatoes, brown sugar, butter, vanilla extract, milk, eggs, mini marshmallows (made from egg white, corn syrup, sugar and vanilla extract) and chopped pecans. 

Overall, to feed 10 people in 2021, the cost of making a sweet potato casserole from scratch will set you back $9.41. That’s compared to just $1.02 in 1960. However, the cost of making the dish had only increased 104% up to 1999. From there, the price began to shoot up, increasing 352% in the 22 years since.

Year Cost of Sweet Potato Casserole
1960 $1.02
1961 $0.95
1962 $0.90
1963 $0.86
1964 $0.92
1965 $0.82
1966 $0.82
1967 $0.89
1968 $0.95
1969 $0.94
1970 $1.01
1971 $1.07
1972 $1.19
1973 $1.33
1974 $1.51
1975 $1.54
1976 $1.56
1977 $1.64
1978 $1.83
1979 $1.85
1980 $2.31
1981 $2.37
1982 $2.29
1983 $2.40
1984 $2.42
1985 $2.25
1986 $2.57
1987 $2.54
1988 $2.64
1989 $2.87
1990 $2.74
1991 $2.60
1992 $2.58
1993 $2.45
1994 $2.47
1995 $2.48
1996 $2.46
1997 $2.31
1998 $2.16
1999 $2.08
2000 $2.33
2001 $2.50
2002 $2.43
2003 $2.94
2004 $4.78
2005 $3.16
2006 $3.14
2007 $3.10
2008 $3.21
2009 $3.08
2010 $3.57
2011 $3.85
2012 $3.44
2013 $3.79
2014 $4.04
2015 $4.61
2016 $6.26
2017 $9.30
2018 $10.40
2019 $11.24
2020 $10.43
2021 $9.41

Recipe used: Delish, Sweet Potato Casserole With Marshmallows

Green Bean Casserole

Costing a mere $0.63 in 1960, a side of green bean casserole has since increased by 727% to $5.21 today. 

The traditional recipe is made from canned green beans, fresh fried onions, cheddar cheese and mushroom soup, but the condensed cream of mushroom soup can be substituted by white sauce made from butter, flour and milk.

Although as a percentage, the cost of onions is where the largest increase has come from, on a dollar basis, it’s the cheddar cheese which will cost the most overall. One cup has increased from $0.34 in 1960 to $2.74 in 2021.

Year Cost of Green Bean Casserole
1960 $0.63
1961 $0.89
1962 $0.84
1963 $0.99
1964 $1.10
1965 $1.24
1966 $1.32
1967 $1.36
1968 $1.39
1969 $1.46
1970 $1.51
1971 $1.54
1972 $1.60
1973 $1.72
1974 $1.99
1975 $2.05
1976 $1.82
1977 $1.92
1978 $1.98
1979 $1.93
1980 $2.36
1981 $2.49
1982 $2.72
1983 $3.48
1984 $3.63
1985 $3.48
1986 $3.61
1987 $3.78
1988 $3.86
1989 $4.04
1990 $3.75
1991 $3.67
1992 $3.36
1993 $3.15
1994 $3.26
1995 $3.36
1996 $3.25
1997 $3.48
1998 $3.52
1999 $3.75
2000 $3.51
2001 $4.12
2002 $3.49
2003 $3.59
2004 $3.73
2005 $3.49
2006 $3.25
2007 $3.56
2008 $4.36
2009 $4.02
2010 $4.40
2011 $4.75
2012 $5.61
2013 $5.20
2014 $5.40
2015 $5.49
2016 $5.01
2017 $5.21
2018 $5.65
2019 $5.42
2020 $4.98
2021 $5.21

Recipe used: Allrecipes, Green Bean Casserole

Bread Rolls

Bread rolls are the cheapest piece of the Thanksgiving feast, and always have been, but the price of making the rolls in 1960 was much closer to the cost of making cranberry sauce and corn than it is today.

While the cost of side dishes such as cranberry sauce and corn have gone up from 521% and 297% respectively, the cost of making bread rolls has only increased 213% in the same timeframe, despite all of them costing around $0.30 in 1960. That’s an increase from $0.30 to bake 14 - 16 bread rolls, to a cost of $0.94 today for the same amount of rolls.

The ingredients in a typical recipe are: milk, yeast, all-purpose flour, butter and egg.

For our research, we looked at the cost of Red Star Platinum yeast for this recipe; however, baking powder also works as an excellent substitute.

Year Cost of Bread Rolls
1960 $0.30
1961 $0.30
1962 $0.30
1963 $0.30
1964 $0.30
1965 $0.30
1966 $0.32
1967 $0.32
1968 $0.31
1969 $0.34
1970 $0.34
1971 $0.33
1972 $0.35
1973 $0.44
1974 $0.48
1975 $0.51
1976 $0.45
1977 $0.43
1978 $0.47
1979 $0.50
1980 $0.53
1981 $0.60
1982 $0.60
1983 $0.61
1984 $0.61
1985 $0.58
1986 $0.68
1987 $0.68
1988 $0.69
1989 $0.75
1990 $0.73
1991 $0.58
1992 $0.56
1993 $0.55
1994 $0.55
1995 $0.57
1996 $0.65
1997 $0.67
1998 $0.73
1999 $0.67
2000 $0.65
2001 $0.75
2002 $0.67
2003 $0.69
2004 $0.79
2005 $0.78
2006 $0.74
2007 $0.86
2008 $1.01
2009 $0.95
2010 $0.97
2011 $1.08
2012 $1.02
2013 $1.00
2014 $1.08
2015 $1.10
2016 $1.08
2017 $1.08
2018 $1.03
2019 $0.98
2020 $0.94
2021 $0.94

Recipe used: Sally’s Baking Addiction, Soft Dinner Rolls

Mac & Cheese

An absolute fan favorite, mac & cheese has been featured on many Thanksgiving dinner tables for decades.

Because pasta hasn’t always been as easy to grab off the shelf as it is today, our recipe called for a homemade pasta recipe instead. Although more time consuming to prepare, the pasta isn’t as costly as the most expensive part of the dish. Cheese is by far the most expensive part of making mac & cheese and heavily contributes to the 537% price increase since 1960, taking the dish's price from $2.47 to $15.74.

Year Cost of Mac & Cheese
1960 $2.47
1961 $2.55
1962 $2.57
1963 $2.49
1964 $2.55
1965 $2.59
1966 $2.87
1967 $2.92
1968 $2.96
1969 $3.20
1970 $3.35
1971 $3.40
1972 $3.53
1973 $4.07
1974 $4.47
1975 $4.71
1976 $5.18
1977 $5.23
1978 $5.36
1979 $4.99
1980 $4.77
1981 $5.20
1982 $5.04
1983 $6.96
1984 $8.88
1985 $8.76
1986 $9.01
1987 $8.97
1988 $9.24
1989 $9.55
1990 $9.85
1991 $9.78
1992 $9.75
1993 $9.26
1994 $9.21
1995 $9.70
1996 $9.35
1997 $10.17
1998 $10.74
1999 $11.11
2000 $10.45
2001 $12.01
2002 $11.63
2003 $11.72
2004 $12.19
2005 $12.84
2006 $11.76
2007 $13.48
2008 $14.83
2009 $13.58
2010 $13.48
2011 $15.97
2012 $16.81
2013 $15.66
2014 $15.94
2015 $15.94
2016 $14.74
2017 $14.81
2018 $15.58
2019 $15.33
2020 $15.79
2021 $15.74

Recipe used: The Chunky Chef, Creamy Baked Mac & Cheese

Creamed Corn

The price of corn and cream cheese to make delicious creamed corn has seen an increase of almost 300% since the 1960s. 

If you decide to make this side dish from scratch today, it will set you back $1.27 to serve 10 people. The recipe we’ve analyzed uses fresh corn and homemade cream cheese (made from milk and lemon juice).

Year Cost of Creamed Corn
1960 $0.32
1961 $0.32
1962 $0.32
1963 $0.32
1964 $0.32
1965 $0.32
1966 $0.33
1967 $0.33
1968 $0.32
1969 $0.40
1970 $0.41
1971 $0.41
1972 $0.41
1973 $0.46
1974 $0.52
1975 $0.58
1976 $0.57
1977 $0.55
1978 $0.56
1979 $0.57
1980 $0.68
1981 $0.77
1982 $0.76
1983 $0.80
1984 $0.80
1985 $0.77
1986 $0.73
1987 $0.72
1988 $0.77
1989 $0.85
1990 $0.86
1991 $0.87
1992 $0.84
1993 $0.84
1994 $0.87
1995 $0.96
1996 $1.01
1997 $0.95
1998 $0.87
1999 $0.86
2000 $0.83
2001 $0.93
2002 $0.87
2003 $0.86
2004 $0.94
2005 $1.02
2006 $0.98
2007 $1.23
2008 $1.29
2009 $1.04
2010 $1.15
2011 $1.38
2012 $1.39
2013 $1.24
2014 $1.25
2015 $1.14
2016 $1.13
2017 $1.13
2018 $1.09
2019 $1.08
2020 $1.13
2021 $1.27

Recipe used: Just A Pinch, My Thanksgiving Cream Cream Cheese Corn

Salad

Salad is one of the most difficult dishes to track the price of simply because what a salad has meant through time has transformed more rapidly than any other dish since the 1960s. This meant historical prices of ‘salad’ and what we may put in a salad today weren’t as available, so here we’ve had to use a staple of many people’s salads - the everpresent lettuce.

At an increase of over 1300%, a salad (benchmarked by the price of lettuce) has gone up the most in value out of all Thanksgiving ingredients. A side salad would set you back $0.17 in 1960 however, today, the same dish will cost you $2.39 to feed 10. In fact, salad has never been as expensive as it is in 2021. Compared to two years ago (in 2019), the price has almost doubled from $1.09.

Year Cost of Salad
1960 $0.17
1961 $0.16
1962 $0.18
1963 $0.24
1964 $0.20
1965 $0.22
1966 $0.24
1967 $0.23
1968 $0.23
1969 $0.16
1970 $0.16
1971 $0.19
1972 $0.19
1973 $0.23
1974 $0.23
1975 $0.23
1976 $0.26
1977 $0.26
1978 $0.37
1979 $0.41
1980 $0.41
1981 $0.45
1982 $0.48
1983 $0.55
1984 $0.55
1985 $0.51
1986 $0.53
1987 $0.52
1988 $0.62
1989 $0.60
1990 $0.57
1991 $0.60
1992 $0.57
1993 $0.65
1994 $0.60
1995 $0.60
1996 $0.62
1997 $0.70
1998 $0.64
1999 $0.67
2000 $0.85
2001 $0.79
2002 $0.68
2003 $1.26
2004 $0.82
2005 $0.85
2006 $0.90
2007 $0.95
2008 $0.88
2009 $1.19
2010 $0.99
2011 $0.95
2012 $0.87
2013 $0.99
2014 $1.11
2015 $1.48
2016 $1.02
2017 $1.01
2018 $1.25
2019 $1.30
2020 $2.00
2021 $2.39

Recipe used: Bon Appetit, Everyday Greens Salad

Pumpkin Pie

Arguably the second most important dish on the Thanksgiving table (after the turkey of course!), is the pumpkin pie. 

Many may choose pumpkin pie as their preferred go to, especially if and when serving a dinner for 10.

As for the cost, in 1960 the price of making a pumpkin pie would set you back $0.75. Today, that price has increased 193% to $2.20, which is actually the slowest appreciating of all the dishes analyzed.

Due to the cost of pumpkins over time not being readily accessible, and specifically pumpkin puree, our recipe was substituted to include the cost of sweet potatoes over the same timeframe.

Year Cost of Pumpkin Pie
1960 $0.75
1961 $0.74
1962 $0.74
1963 $0.75
1964 $0.78
1965 $0.75
1966 $0.81
1967 $0.80
1968 $0.83
1969 $0.84
1970 $0.86
1971 $0.89
1972 $0.88
1973 $1.03
1974 $1.16
1975 $1.24
1976 $1.07
1977 $1.08
1978 $1.22
1979 $1.23
1980 $1.52
1981 $1.57
1982 $1.45
1983 $1.57
1984 $1.58
1985 $1.25
1986 $1.84
1987 $1.86
1988 $1.90
1989 $2.03
1990 $1.85
1991 $1.34
1992 $1.17
1993 $1.17
1994 $1.14
1995 $1.22
1996 $1.38
1997 $1.43
1998 $1.73
1999 $1.50
2000 $1.40
2001 $1.80
2002 $1.45
2003 $1.55
2004 $1.87
2005 $1.77
2006 $1.65
2007 $1.85
2008 $2.10
2009 $2.00
2010 $2.20
2011 $2.48
2012 $2.18
2013 $2.23
2014 $2.50
2015 $2.55
2016 $2.51
2017 $2.51
2018 $2.56
2019 $2.37
2020 $2.09
2021 $2.20

Recipe used: Simply Recipes, Old Fashioned Pumpkin Pie

Pecan Pie

A contender to the pumpkin pie, the price of making a pecan pie from scratch has gone up far more than the pumpkin pie. Other than the obvious pecans, the typical recipe is made from pie crust (homemade using all-purpose flour and butter), eggs, syrup, brown sugar and butter. However, honey is a viable alternative to syrup and was used in our historical price analysis.

The price for these ingredients has gone up almost 600% since 1960, and 18.5% since last year alone.

Today, the cost of making a pecan pie is $6.01. Back in 1960, the same ingredients cost as little as $0.86.

Year Cost of Pecan Pie
1960 $0.86
1961 $0.77
1962 $0.88
1963 $0.79
1964 $0.81
1965 $0.79
1966 $0.79
1967 $0.89
1968 $0.99
1969 $0.90
1970 $0.98
1971 $1.00
1972 $1.15
1973 $1.21
1974 $1.41
1975 $1.35
1976 $1.51
1977 $1.47
1978 $1.59
1979 $1.58
1980 $1.93
1981 $1.74
1982 $1.84
1983 $1.66
1984 $1.69
1985 $1.88
1986 $2.04
1987 $1.89
1988 $1.91
1989 $2.04
1990 $1.84
1991 $1.74
1992 $1.86
1993 $1.36
1994 $1.64
1995 $1.97
1996 $1.91
1997 $1.79
1998 $2.22
1999 $1.80
2000 $1.94
2001 $2.00
2002 $1.94
2003 $2.02
2004 $3.37
2005 $3.22
2006 $3.14
2007 $3.07
2008 $3.09
2009 $3.07
2010 $3.81
2011 $3.94
2012 $3.23
2013 $3.45
2014 $3.74
2015 $4.16
2016 $4.35
2017 $4.27
2018 $4.35
2019 $5.10
2020 $5.07
2021 $6.01

Recipe used: Simply Recipes, Easy Pecan Pie

Methodology

We used a YouGov survey to establish the most popular Thanksgiving dinner dishes in the U.S. and calculated the exact measurement of each ingredient needed to cook a traditional meal for ten people. We then analyzed the cost of each ingredient, 3,905 in total, each year from 1960 until 2021 to establish the price fluctuation for each ingredient over time. 

In some instances, the traditional recipe may have changed from 1960, such as accounting for the wide availability of dried pasta today, which wasn’t as available historically. In those instances, we have calculated the cost of substitutes that could be used instead. This includes:

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