These Thanksgiving Donuts Combine Your Dinner And Dessert Into One


Are you hungry?

I've been hungry since last Thanksgiving. That's probably because all of the food consumed throughout the year is practically meaningless compared to the culinary perfection we're presented with on November 24.

Now, what if I told you that there's a genius way to combine dessert and your favorite Thanksgiving dishes into one delicious creation? Because there is.

A specialty donut shop in Providence, Rhode Island called PVDonuts is changing the game with their latest creation: the "Friendsgiving" donut.

In a recent Instagram post introducing the mouthwatering concoction, the caption reads,

Introducing our#FriendsgivingPVD donut - a special collab with @bucktownpvd! We've topped our brioche donut with a cranberry glaze, fried chicken, mashed potatoes drizzled with gravy, and stuffing! Available tomorrow through Wednesday after 9am in limited quantities. #PVDonuts #BucktownPVD

That's right, this glutenous masterpiece bridges the gap between your favorite Thanksgiving foods -- like stuffing and mashed potatoes -- and a donut.

Is there anything more perfect?! I think not.

The "Friendsgiving" donut from PVDonuts in Rhode Island just made Thanksgiving a one-course meal.

If "food-porn" is a legitimate thing, this is the greatest compilation you'll ever see.

Whoever created this, I love you. No, seriously, I do.

While most people continue to tear each other apart over the recent presidential election results and everything else that has consumed our energy this month, someone was able to get their head out of the clouds and bring REAL value to the table this holiday season.

For that, I am eternally thankful.

Now, I know we're not all within arm's reach of PVDonuts and last minute flights can be pricey AF, but there are still ways you can replicate this beauty at home.

I mean, how hard could it be to make everything you normally would for Thanksgiving, put it on a fucking donut and eat it?

...There's only one way to find out!

Citations: Thanksgiving Doughnuts Exist and They're Literally Doughnuts Covered in Thanksgiving Dinner (Cosmpolitan)