Baskin-Robbins Is Bringing Back Their Turkey Ice Cream Cake For Thanksgiving

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Baskin-Robbins Is Bringing Back Their Turkey Ice Cream Cake For Thanksgiving

Sharpen those knives and get ready to gobble up a carvable ice cream cake!

It’s hardly been a normal year, so why settle for a normal turkey? Besides, Baskin-Robins has brought back their Turkey Ice Cream Cake which contains all the ingredients to make your Friendsgiving a memorable one. The glazed caramel praline exterior with sugar cone legs looks freakishly real—and has the potential to establish an entirely new form of vegetarianism. It’s served on a bed of frosting “garnishes” and ice cream “stuffing” serves up to 12 of your favorite people. And, thankfully, it tastes absolutely nothing like turkey.

While some will say, a cake should act like a cake, others will probably appreciate the humor and the fact that it comes in these 15 delicious ice cream flavors: Oreo Cookies ‘n Creme, Chocolate, Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Jamoca, Jamoca Almond Fudge, Snickers, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Mint Chocolate Chip, Old Fashioned Butter Pecan, Rocky Road, Vanilla, Very Berry Strawberry, Pistachio Almond, and Pralines ‘n Cream.

It’s been a dinner table ice-breaker since the 70s and it doesn’t look like the novelty is going to wear off any time soon. From taking your ice cream carving ceremony seriously and discussing which part of the bird each dinner guests prefers to debating whether this counts as “skipping straight to dessert,” there will be plenty to talk about at the table.

Turkey cake will be on the menu at Baskin-Robbins for the month of November and costs around $32.99, depending on where you buy it. You’ll also need to order it 24 hours in advance.

Here’s a little tutorial in case you’re wondering how you need to “cave” up this dish.

You also get to say “No birds were harmed in the making of this” when you serve guests.

[Featured Image: Baskin-Robbins]

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