PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia bakery is honoring Tom Brady’s dropped pass in the Super Bowl in donut form.

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Dottie’s Donuts made a special donut, dubbed the Tom “Butterfingers” Brady donut, to remember the moment in time when the New England Patriots quarterback dropped a wide-open pass during their 41-33 Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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“Poor Tom Brady just couldn’t catch a break this Super Bowl, or the ball. Presenting the Tom ‘Butterfingers’ Brady donut, chocolate-glazed topped with housemade butterfinger pieces,” the bakery said in a Facebook post. “This will be our final Super Bowl-themed donut so don’t let this sweet opportunity slip through your hands.”

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Leading up to the Super Bowl, the bakery also made donuts to honor the “Crisco cops” greasing up poles and even banned Boston crème donuts.