Momofuku Milk Bar’s Thanksgiving Croissant is Kinda Mind-Blowing

published Nov 5, 2013
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The start of November marks the triumphant return of Momofuku Milk Bar’s Thanksgiving croissant. This magical pastry has been around since 2011, and is only available November 1st to the day before Thanksgiving (they’re closed on the actual holiday). The thing is filled with all of your favorite holiday flavors: turkey, cranberry, stuffing, and gravy.

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The Thanksgiving croissant is made with a yeast dough that is folded with stuffing spiced butter (celery salt, pepper, and thyme) to make the croissant dough. When rolling the croissant dough up, it is filled with cranberry sauce, roasted turkey (light AND dark meat), and gravy.

Milk Bar makes about 300 each day and is available at all 5 New York City locations. One of these things costs $4.50 and they usually run out in the early evening.

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Have you ever tried one? Or perhaps this is a project to try at home? We have showed you in copious detail how to make and shape croissants (c’mon — they’re not that hard!) and we’d like to think that this is the ultimate way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers.

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Learn how to make croissants at home: