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The first Thanksgiving was surely a historic gathering. These cookie pop characters represent the Indians, Pilgrims and “guest of honor” you might welcome to your holiday table.

Historic Gathering Cookies

This Thanksgiving, present Tom Turkey in a new way—atop a Crown Pan cake. Use the largest Leaf Cut-Out to form fondant feathers, fashion the torso from cookies, and then watch guests gobble up your flavorful bird.

Feathered Friend Cake

A cornucopia of fall forms, these cookies will be a hit at any autumn event. Use our leaf, pumpkin and fruit cutters to form the cookies; decorate the seasonal shapes with Color Flow Icing.

Fruits of the Harvest Cookies

Lots of chocolate to be thankful about on this chubby turkey pop. It’s a brownie pop covered with light cocoa Candy Melts candy, and it even has a malted milk ball for head!

Plentiful Plumage Turkey Brownie Pop
  • Linda Hill

    Wow - can't wait to share this with my students!!!!!

Hat’s off to this fantastic fall or Thanksgiving candy treat! Mold this pilgrim hat using the Wilton Cordial Cups Candy Mold.

Pilgrim Hat Candy Cup

Use decorating stencils, sugars and Color Dust to create Thanksgiving images on this buttercream iced cake.

Autumn Spice Stencil Cake

How to create autumn-inspired, edible place cards for your holiday table.

Thanksgiving Placecard Markers

Invite this happy couple to your next Thanksgiving Celebration. Your guests will be thanking you for this bountiful treat.

Thankful Couple Cake

Why not give this symbol of the season a place of honor on your Thanksgiving dessert table? It’s a combination of what guest love, all rolled into one. Turkey body is created from a candy plaque made with Candy Melts® shaped in the Sports Ball Pan set. Feathers are made with delicious Roll-Out Cookie recipe and neck and wings take flight with Chocolate Roll-Out Cookie recipe.

They'll Gobble it Up Cookies