If you’re anything like us, you can’t resist a good brainteaser to entertain yourself when it’s chilly outside. A fun puzzle or riddle can be especially tempting during the holiday season, when our schedules are filling up quickly and we need a little mental break from all the cheerful chaos around us. That’s why a new seasonal puzzle is the perfect pick-me-up to pair with a pumpkin spice latte or tasty turkey dish.
You may recall how Lenstore.co.uk, a UK-based contact lens store, kept us entertained last winter with a fantastic Christmas-themed puzzle (psst: you can still find the Christmas pudding among the turkeys if you haven’t already!). The company also gave our brains a nice workout long after the holiday by inviting us to find the snake among the watermelons and locate the mushroom among the jellyfish. Now, the store’s famous “Can You Spot It?” challenge is taking us to a delicious Thanksgiving dinner.
The cute illustration questions whether we can find a single slice of pumpkin pie among all the Thanksgiving food. It may seem like a bit of a no-brainer at first (after all, we could never miss seeing a piece of pumpkin pie on a real table), but it’s actually a bit trickier than you might think. Not only is the color scheme of the puzzle pretty consistent throughout the whole picture, the brainteaser also features multiple types of pies — sneaky! See if you can spot the elusive Thanksgiving dessert hiding out somewhere on the holiday table below.
If you’re still squinting your eyes and scratching your head, then you’re not alone. Lots of folks have trouble locating the pumpkin pie right off the bat. But the good news is that if it gets too hard for you to solve the puzzle, the solution is available below.
Wow, that’s the last place we would’ve expected to find pumpkin pie on our own Thanksgiving tables! Give yourself a round of applause if you found it without peeking first. Even though it’s still cold outside, it’s nice to know that at least our brains are all warmed up!
This article originally appeared on our sister site, WomansWorld.com.