At Christmastime you don’t have to listen hard to hear the familiar sound of jingle bells or holiday cheer. Whether you prefer to “Deck the Halls” or shout “Joy to the World,” there are Christmas carols for everyone to enjoy, and we know they’ll be playing on repeat all season long.

From the oldies to your favorite popstar’s latest holiday jingle, we’ve classified our favorite turkey dishes as Christmas carols. Trust us, you won’t be able to get them out of your head!

White Christmas

Harissa spatchcocked turkey
Harissa Spatchcocked Turkey

Comfy, cozy and a cold weather staple, Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” is none other than White Turkey Chili. Snuggle up by the fire in your favorite jammies and let it warm you from the inside out.

All I Want for Christmas is You

The Queen of Christmas herself would settle for no less than the best of what turkey has to offer. And she’ll make you work for it, too! Harissa Spatchcocked Turkey is as tasty as it is gorgeous and definitely worth the extra effort.

I’ll Be Home for Christmas

You can count on us, but since we’re traveling, may we borrow your oven? Better yet, let’s use the Instant Pot to take the pressure off! Instant Pot Turkey Breast is a hit for a smaller crowd and frees up space in the oven for your great aunt’s famous sides.

burgundy braised turkey thighs
Burgundy Braised Turkey Thighs

Do You Hear What I Hear?

No, Grandma, you’re on mute! This year’s “Zoomsmas” anthem rings loud and clear for holiday celebrations from afar. But distance doesn’t mean turkey can’t be on the table. Burgundy Braised Turkey Thighs is a one-pot meal that will impress your loved ones and make them wish they could smell through the screen.

The Christmas Song

A timeless classic just like a golden-brown roast turkey at the center of the table. Although it’s been cooked many times many ways, kids from one to 92 will love this Traditional Roast Turkey that tastes like a recipe that’s been passed down for generations.

Sliced seasoned turkey tenderloin with vegetables
Easy Turkey Tenderloin

Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer

Grandma may have whipped up a delicious Christmas feast, but now it’s up to Grandpa and Cousin Mel to pull it off. We’ll assume they’re squeezing in time to prep Easy Turkey Tenderloin between watching football and playing cards. Just ignore that one tiny lyric about the goose.

As the holiday season approaches, we encourage everyone to look for the little ways to bring magic and cheer into your home. Whether you’re belting out Christmas carols, stringing up lights or roasting a holiday bird, Merry Christmas to you!