I’d Like My Drumstick For Dessert, Please
It’s a Thanksgiving turkey best served cold. Baskin-Robbins is bringing back the Turkey Cake, a glazed confection first introduced in 1976.
The cake, which serves up to 10 people and costs $32.99, can be customized with one or two Baskin-Robbins ice cream flavors, before it’s glazed in a sweet caramel shell. The shell, by the way came in 2008, when the turkey cake was re-introduced. With the modern incarnation, even the drumstick tips are edible—they’re actually sugar cones.
If you’re not prepared to be that guy that brought that cake to Thanksgiving dinner, you can still feed your curiosity in secret. This year, Baskin-Robbins is also selling individual drumsticks ($7.99 for 2, $14.99 for 4).