Forget the Turducken, it's all about the Piecaken

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So what's a piecaken?

It's three different types of pie stuffed inside of a cake. And it's also the new rage on social media this Thanksgiving.

But piecaken isn't a new treat. In Houston, Three Brothers Bakery has featured its version since 2010. They call it the Pumpecapple.

It is make up of a bottom layer of apple pie baked inside a spice cake, middle layer of pecan pie baked inside a chocolate cake, and a top layer of pumpkin pie inside a spice cake. It has a cream cheese filling and frosting. It has crushed pecans on the side and topped with a caramel drizzle!

But the piecaken that's getting national attention is the one from David Burke Fabrick in New York City. It’s a spiced poundcake with layers of pecan pie and pumpkin pie, topped with upside-down apple pie, slathered in cinnamon buttercream and edged in oat struessel.

So do will YOU have this piecaken at your Thanksgiving table? Share with us your favorite dessert on our Facebook page.