Like what you saw in our story on Thanksgivukkah treats? Here’s where you can find them all.
Menurkey Menorah: The famous, one-of-a-kind Menurkey, a menorah shaped like a turkey. Light it with your family this Thanksgivukkah! Available from The Jewish Museum as well as other retailers around the country.
Illinois Nut Thanksgivukkah Chocolates: It’s the only chocolate menorah shaped like a turkey, and you can get it from Illinois Nut & Candy in Skokie, Illinois. For smaller scale confections, try their Thanksgivukkah Chocolate Lollipops in semi-sweet and milk chocolate varieties.
Turkey Menorah Thanksgivukkah Scarf: Wrap yourself in Thanksgivukkah cheer with this scarf. Available from Zazzle.com.
Thanksgivukkah Gelt: Belgian chocolate coins in milk and dark varieties, embossed with Thanksgivukkah phrases like “Gobble tov!” Available from Foiled Again!.
American Gothikkah Thanksgivukkah Poster: A Thanksgivukkah twist on an Americana classic, available from Modern Tribe.
Thanksgivukkah T-Shirts: Wear your Thanksgivukkah spirit with these fun t-shirts. Available in unisex, women’s and kids’ sizes from Modern Tribe.
Thanksgivukkah Note Cards: Send Thanksgivukkah wishes with the Americana Collection of greeting cards from Modern Tribe.
Zucker Bakery’s Thanksgivukkah Donuts: Zucker Bakery’s donuts come in four flavors: Cranberry Turkey, Turkey Gravy, Cranberry Donuts and Sweet Potato Donuts filled with marshmallow. Order them online by clicking here.
Doughnut Plant Doughnuts: Try Mark Israel’s square-shaped jelly doughnuts and doughseeds in Vanilla Glaze and Peanut Butter Glaze with Blackberry Jam. Other fall flavors include Pumpkin Spice, Apple Cinnamon and Cranberry in yeast, cake and doughseed varieties.