The Turkey Donut Was Made Just in Time for Thanksgivukkah

By: Nicole Ballantyne-Choo - Nov 7, 2013
References: zuckerbakery & foodbeast
To honor American Thanksgiving falling on the same day as the first day of Hanukkah, Zucker Bakery has created the turkey donut to join the two celebrations together -- it's perfect for daring eaters who tried the cronut.

Sufganiyah is a jelly donut eaten during Hannukkah. However, instead of being filled with sweet jelly, the bakery has filled it with hearty turkey. To appeal to a variety of preferences, the shop created a few flavors for guests to choose from.

For people who think they'd enjoy sweet meat, a spiced pumpkin donut filled with turkey and gravy or a spiced pumpkin filled with turkey and cranberry would be your go-to. Reversely, you can try a sweet potato donut filled with marshmallows. Finally, for people who just enjoy regular donuts, a normal spiced pumpkin one filled with cranberry is a safe and delicious choice.