News – “7 unusual Thanksgiving dinner options”

abc13.com – If you’re looking to shake things up this holiday season, take a look a these not so traditional Thanksgiving dinner options.

1. Hot Cheetos turkey

Reynolds Kitchen posted a “Hot Turkey in an Oven bag” recipe on their website, featuring a roasted turkey with a spicy cheese puff coating. The recipe instructs chefs to crush “hot puffed cheese sticks,” spread it all over their holiday bird using butter or oil, wrap it in a Reynolds oven bag and pop it in the oven.

Hot Cheetos turkey will spice up Thanksgiving dinner

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Hot Cheetos turkey will spice up Thanksgiving dinner.

2. Pringles Thanksgiving flavored chips
Pringles’ new Thanksgiving dinner options include eight flavors of chips: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese, pumpkin pie, green bean casserole, and creamed corn. The chips are packaged in a TV dinner-style tray with separate sections for different chips.

3. Pumpkin Pie Pops
If you’re looking for a creamy and cold snack after Thanksgiving dinner, Pumpkin Pie recipe has you covered.

4. Turkey and cranberry cupcakes
A local bakery in Los Angeles came up with this fun flavor. The cupcakes aren’t made with turkey, but turkey gravy. It’s stuffed with cranberry relish; then a cranberry cream cheese icing is delicately layered on top.

5. Leftover pizza
Here’s a fun way to use your Thanksgiving day leftovers. Top your pie with sweet potatoes, ham, cheese, eggs, turkey and whatever else you can find.

6. Tofurky & Gravy soda
Jones Soda Co., famous for their limited edition holiday concoctions, rolled out this fun soda a few years ago. The Tofurky & Gravy flavor is vegan friendly and sugar free.

7. Turkey dinner layer cake
What may look like a cake is actually the one-stop shop Thanksgiving meal. The cake has alternating layers of stuffing, ground turkey mixed with instant oatmeal, frosted with mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes, and topped with marshmallows.


 

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