A New York bakery is stuffing an entire Thanksgiving dinner into a croissant

CroissantAly Weisman/Business InsiderMomofuku’s ‘Thanksgiving Croissant.’

Last autumn, New Yorkers nearly lost the minds after Momofuku Milk Bar released the Thanksgiving croissant — an entire Thanksgiving dinner stuffed in a flaky pastry.

Good news for those who were craving the savoury croissants all year: They returned to the menu November 1, and will be available at Milk Bar locations in New York City and Washington DC through Thanksgiving.

Chef Christina Tosi’s glorious $7 pastry is made of stuffing-flavored bread and filled with shredded turkey, homemade gravy, and cranberry sauce.

We put the over-the-top croissant to the test at last year’s Friendsgiving. Reactions ranged from “The turkey is dry” to “It’s delicious!”

There are a number of other new, fall-themed items on the Milk Bar menu, including miso buttermilk chai, cereal milk white hot chocolate, and sweet potato soft serve ice cream.

Take a look at how the croissants are made:


 

 

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