With the new H-E-B open near Sierra Vista in Manvel Town Center, you may be wondering if you should shop there for the holidays. It’s a resounding “yes” from us. H-E-B has everything you need to prepare a delicious holiday meal plus a few extras everyone loves. What are they? Take a look:
Spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the holidays when you let H-E-B prepare your feast for you. The market started accepting Thanksgiving orders Nov. 13 and there’s still plenty of time to reserve yours. Meals include turkey and four traditional sides. H-E-B offers curbside and home delivery.
Whether you’re serving morning coffee to holiday guests or as an accompaniment to pie, this medium-bodied brew has all the flavors of the season, including warm spices and notes of vanilla.
No post-Christmas caroling party is complete without a cup of cocoa paired with these sweet and buttery-tasting cinnamon sugar cookies. They go fast, so make sure you stock up.
Don’t slave away composing a charcuterie board. H-E-B has several pre-made options available like this one featuring Double Crème Brie, artisan cheddar, Italian dry salami dried apricots, fresh grapes and berries.
Ready to cook in a roasting pan with a Cajun-spice rub and dollops of Cajun-style blackened butter under the skin, this turkey is so easy to prepare. Your guests will be asking for seconds and thirds.
Serve this creamy treat with your favorite pie or during a midnight refrigerator run. There are no artificial flavors or high fructose corn syrup. Get it now because when the holidays are over, so is this ice cream.
Give guests something to snack on while they wait for dinner to be served. This trail mix tastes like fall with cinnamon yogurt pretzel balls, natural apple-flavored pecans, dried sweetened cranberries and yogurt drops.
Need a gluten-free dessert? May we suggest tamales? Made with cinnamon, cream cheese and freshly ground masa, these dessert tamales will brighten anyone’s holidays.
You don’t have to hit your local gardening center for beautiful poinsettias, just pick up a few when you purchase your turkey. The colorful flowers are grown locally in the Texas Hill Country by Klepac Greenhouses, a third-generation floriculture operation. That means you support local growers and get beautiful decorations.