-- As Turkey Day draws near, more products are hitting the shelves drawing inspiration from the holiday's flavorful dishes.
Everything from ice cream to doughnut brands are putting their unique stamp on a few Thanksgiving favorites.
Salt and Straw, a popular boutique ice cream shop based in Portland, Oregon, known for its innovative flavors, has an annual tradition of seasonal pints, each one an ode to Thanksgiving dinner.
The sweet and savory flavors include:
Sweet potato casserole with maple pecans
Buttered mashed potatoes and gravy
Apple cranberry stuffing [available only at Portland location]
Persimmon walnut stuffing [available only at California locations]
Salted caramel Thanksgiving turkey
Spiced goat cheese and pumpkin pie
Salt and Straw has created the Thanksgiving Dinner of Ice Cream every year since its inception in 2013.
PVDonuts in Providence, Rhode Island, created a pastry that went viral this time last year, and the bakery decided to serve up the Thanksgiving specialty again.
Its trademarked Friendsgiving Donut consists of a fluffy brioche doughnut topped with cranberry glaze, strips of fried chicken, mashed potatoes, stuffing and gravy.
"Each year, we throw a Friendsgiving party so we can get together and celebrate with our closest friends, some of which don't have the opportunity to make it home for the Thanksgiving holiday due to various reasons. This doughnut is our way of showing that same love in a business sense by collaborating with another local business here in Providence," Paul, an employee at PVDonuts, told ABC News.
Its seasonal doughnut is available only after 9 a.m. from Nov. 20 to 22.
Momofuku Milk Bar, a bakery in New York, D.C., Las Vegas and Toronto, is known for its stuffing-flavored croissant filled with turkey, gravy and cranberry sauce.
Accoutrements offers a tin of gumballs in Thanksgiving flavors. The variety pack includes turkey, pumpkin pie and cranberry flavors.