7 Things Shaped Like Turkeys (Slideshow)

On Thanksgiving, everything should be shaped like a turkey

Baskin-Robbins Turkey Cake

Every year, the popular ice cream retailer rolls out their turkey-shaped cake, which is made from the ice cream of your choice glazed with caramel-praline topping. They also sell mini turkeys and turkey legs. 

Chocolate Turkeys

There’s no shortage of chocolate-shaped turkeys out there, and the ones from See’s are perennial best-sellers. Li-Lac also sells chocolate turkeys (in large sizes, no less), and so does L.A. Burdick (we’re partial to the Table Favors, pictured, which are piped with your choice of ganache). 

Turkey Decanter

If you’re going to be drinking some Wild Turkey on Thanksgiving (because why not?), you should definitely pour it from one of these vintage turkey-shaped Wild Turkey decanters

Giant Chocolate Bird

If you really want to go overboard with your chocolate turkey, consider one of these enormous offerings from Conrad’s. They're 16 inches tall, 11 inches wide, weigh more than 11 pounds, and cost nearly $250 — they’re more than a little ridiculous. Get your order in early, because these tend to sell out. 

Turkey-Shaped Butter

Want to butter your dinner roll with a slab of butter shaped like a turkey? Keller’s Creamery has you covered. 

Turkey-Shaped Challah

It’s one of the rarest occurrences on record: Thanksgiving and Hanukkah falling on the same day. Why not get the best of both worlds with a turkey-shaped challah, which is being sold by Bibi’s Bakery & Café in Los Angeles. 

Turkey Baster

If you’re going to be basting your turkey, the bulb of the baster should be shaped like one, too, right?