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Thanksgiving Feast Candle Smells Like Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing And Cranberry Sauce

The downside is that it might make you hungry!

There’s no doubt that for many of us, Thanksgiving will look a bit different this year. We may be breaking with tradition this Thanksgiving and refraining from traveling to see family or hosting large gatherings.

If you won’t be enjoying a large Thanksgiving meal like you’re used to, have no fear — there is now a candle that will make your home smell just as amazing as it would if you were cooking up a glorious spread.

This Thanksgiving Feast candle from DW Home smells like not just one Thanksgiving dish, but three: buttery mashed potatoes and salted gravy, sage stuffing and a hint of cranberry sauce.

The hand-poured candle costs $14 for a medium wick and $18 for a large double wick. The medium-sized candle has a burn time of 33 hours, while the double wick burns for around 56 hours. This means that you can enjoy the smells of Thanksgiving for much longer than just one day!

DW Home

If you’re looking for something to burn that reminds you of the dessert part of Thanksgiving evening, you can find plenty of other candles that feature your favorite sweet-and-spicy after-dinner smells.

DW Home has dessert scents like crisp apple & vanilla, pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin & rum (pumpkin spice cake mixed with brown sugar, tart apple and cinnamon sticks steeped in rum!), for those who enjoy after-dinner drinks as well.

DW Home

Yankee Candle also has candles that are reminiscent of a holiday dessert, like Pecan Pie Bites and Toasted Pumpkin Treats.

Meanwhile, Bath & Body Works’ fall candle line-up includes Pumpkin Snickerdoodle, Pumpkin Cupcake, Pumpkin Cookie Dough and Thanks & Giving, which has scents of juicy red apple, gooey caramel and praline pieces.

Bath & Body Works

If you think you’ll still be missing the flavors of a full Thanksgiving meal, you can also now buy turkey dinner-flavored candy corn and Thanksgiving snack packs from Butterball, which are basically a scaled-down Thanksgiving dinner you can take to-go.

How will you be celebrating Thanksgiving this year?

This story originally appeared on Simplemost.