One of the few things that makes us happier than our sweet treats, is Hannukah. (Also known as Hanukkah, Channukah, or its 15 other spelling variations) Of course, the fact that we have an excuse to nibble on our favorite fried tasty treats doesn’t hurt either. And this year’s Hannukah is extra special because it lands exactly on Thanksgiving; well technically it’s Erev Thanksgiving.  This is something so rare that never happened before and won’t happen again for another 70,000 years!

Thanksgivukkah, Thankschanukah, we don't care how you spell it! We just know it's great!

Now we get to combine all the great fried, traditional food for Hannukah and the delicious food for Thanksgiving into one big Thanksgivukkah meal! We’re so excited to see and try what Is sure to be plenty of crafty fusion dishes that will be created, including our very own pumpkin-filled sufganiyot (these are basically small pumpkin filled doughnuts), that we’re adding to the lineup for the first time!

Turkeys and dreidels? Happy Thanksgivikkuh

From latkes and sufganiyot to pecan pie, this year’s very special Thanksgivukkah is going to be a real treat! And we can help you with all of your sweet needs this Holiday season! From Three Brothers Bakery to you, have a sweet, family-filled Thanksgivukkah!

Have a sweet Thanksgivikkuh!