Have A Sweet Thanksgiving With This Baskin-Robbins Turkey Cake

Just because turkey is a Thanksgiving staple, doesn't mean every turkey needs to be made the same.

While there are those loyal to the classic savory turkey of the season, there are always some of us that like our holiday favorites with a twist, especially if it includes ice cream.

Baskin-Robbins has done it again when it comes to their creative ice cream cakes. These turkey-shaped ice cream concoctions look pretty appetizing — and just in time to make it onto our turkey day menus.

Remember, the holiday isn't complete without a festive dessert!

It's time to slice a piece of that turkey ice cream cake.

These limited edition ice cream cakes have actually been around sine the '70s, but many people are just now discovering them in 2020.

Over the years, Baskin-Robbins has perfected the style and design of these cakes to make them more realistic while also maintaining their great taste.

Without a doubt, this turkey cake has been a winner for many years and will be for many more to come.

Baskin-Robbins really knows how to season their turkeys.


These Turkey ice cream cakes are made with a caramel praline glaze that gives them their fresh roasted bird coloring with a little added glow.

They also get their turkey shape from the two sugar cones that are made to resemble turkey legs. It's ingenious!

Thanksgiving will have all of the flavors that we could ask for.

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There are a variety of ice cream flavors that customers can get for their turkey ice cream cakes, including pecan, peanut butter, chocolate chip cookie dough, chocolate, vanilla, and more. They do have 31 flavors, after all.

There's nothing wrong with having a savory turkey and a sweet turkey.

It feels impossible to say no to that gorgeous turkey glaze covering the sweet and refreshing ice cream cake goodness.

These cakes are available for purchase in Baskin-Robbins stores, and for order and pickup online.

Not all stores have the turkey ice cream cakes available.

Let us know what you think in the comments and if you think you'll be picking up an extra sweet turkey this year.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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