Weird Thanksgiving-Flavored Foods That Actually Exist

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    Cranberry, stuffing, sweet potato, gravy, mashed potatoes, and of course, turkey are some of the many wonderful flavors that make up this delicious, delicious holiday. Because Thanksgiving is only once a year, let’s capitalize on it with as many extra-curricular, Thanksgiving-flavored foods as possible.


    Mashed Potato and Gravy Jelly Beans

    Have you ever tried any Harry Potter Bertie Bott’s jelly beans? You know, the ones that come in booger, earwax, dirt, grass and pepper flavors? If so, I’m sorry for your loss of faith in the Jelly Belly Corporation and the Harry Potter universe. Still, these Bertie Bott’s mashed potato and gravy jelly beans are a rare twist of genius that you may actually want to try. You can get a handful of them for a fortune from Amazon.

    Source: Amazon

    Turkey Potato Chips

    First off, we apologize, because this is (or maybe was?) only available in China. Yes, the China. It’s too bad too, because these chips supposedly taste like real roasted turkey with gravy. I guess we’ll just have to settle for Cappuccino chips or whatever idiotic flavor Lay’s makes next.

    Source: Taquitos.net

    Turkey Doritos

    Ah, another foray into the world of turkey-flavored snack chips – and this time it’s roasted turkey-flavor Doritos that come in the shape of a Christmas tree. Unfortunately, this genius product is only available in Taiwan. Sad face.

    Source: Techeblog

    Thanksgiving Dinner Cupcake

    Here’s one you can make yourself; a crazy amalgamation of dessert cuteness and Thanksgiving feeding frenzy. Turkey meatloaf, mashed taters, cranberry sauce, cornbread stuffing and gravy are forged into a savory union, and dubbed “Thanksgiving Plate Cakelettes.” One may not be quite enough to satisfy your Herculean Thanksgiving appetite, though.

    Source: KeepRecipes

    Salted Caramel Thanksgiving Turkey Ice Cream

    So apparently there’s an ice cream chain in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California that has a whole line of Thanksgiving-flavored ice creams this year. And their flagship flavor? Salted caramel Thanksgiving turkey, made with caramelized onions and roasted turkey juices. Salt and Straw also has Sweet Potato Casserole with Maple Pecans, Hazelnut Rosemary Stuffing, and Honey Bourbon Corn Pudding, among others. Gimme.

    Source: Salt and Straw

    Thanksgiving Turkey Burger

    Finally, a reason to use ground turkey for burgers instead of ground beef! Yes, the inclusion of leftover stuffing and cranberry makes this the only turkey burger worth losing out on a meal you could have had beef for. Make it yourself with this recipe.

    Source: Shutterstock

    Tofurky & Gravy Soda

    Jones Soda Co. is known for making odd flavors, but they outdid themselves in 2011 with a limited-edition Tofurky & Gravy soda 4-pack. It was vegan, sugar-free and tasted incredibly disgusting. Back in 2004, they offered real Turkey & Gravy soda that also probably tasted terrible. Yay?

    Source: Jones Soda Co.

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