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  • Amy Jeranka

    Cute Thanksgiving Desserts | Thanksgiving CRAFTS: Fall Crafts for Kids: Oreo Butter Cup Turkeys

  • Julie Strangfeld

    Mmmm Oreo Turkey Cookies I make these every Thanksgiving. They are a hit for kids and adults. It's a nice alternative to pie! I get emails everyday asking how to make these cute little cookies. I put this together so have fun! You can also go here www.flickr.com/photos/mamakimi/3058728821/ to see the 2008 version with wings! You can also go here to see the 2009 version with the new gobbler: www.flickr.com/photos/mamakimi/4123754660/ What you need: 7 Candy Corn 2 Double Stuffed Oreo Cookies 1 Whopper 1 Reese's Peanut Butter Cup 1 Tube of black piping gel 1 tube of white icing 1 Yellow and red food coloring 1 Yellow and red food coloring 1 plastic Ziplock bag 1 sharp knife 1 pair of scissors 1 bowl Prep: Put your Peanut Butter Cups in the fridge to cool. If you have cold hard chocolate to work with it makes it a lot easier. Squeeze some of the white icing into a bowl. This will be your orange. Mix red and yellow food coloring with the icing to create your desired orange. Then put that into a plastic bag and set it aside for later. Creating: First you will be creating the tail using 1 Oreo cookie and 6 Candy Corns. Gently, with one candy corn pull apart just one side of the Oreo. Don't don't break about the entire thing. Put a good amount of icing in between the two sides. This will help the Candy Corn stay. Place 6 Candy Corn (white side down) in between the cookie. See picture. Take your white icing and squeeze a generous amount onto the top back of an Oreo cookie. Take the other Oreo and put the bottom into the icing to have it stand up. If it doesn't stand, add more icing! Once you have it stand put it up against something so it doesn't fall until the icing is dry. I use a thick book. Remove your Peanut Butter Cup from the fridge. Take your knife and cut off the very bottem so you have a flat surface. Put icing on the bottom of it the bigger flat. Bump it up against the bottom and back of your Oreo cookies. See picture. Next take your Whopper and squeeze more icing on it on one side. Place the whopper on top of the Peanut Butter Cup to make your head. Find a piece of Candy Corn that has a nice big white end. Using your sharp knife cut the color off leaving you with the white end. Place some icing on it and stick it on your whopper as the beak to your Oreo Turkey. Hold for a moment. Take your icing and place two white dots as eyes. Get your tube of black piping gel and place a black dot on each eye to make them come alive. Grab your bag of already created orange. Cut a very small hold in the corner of the bag. Now, pipe feet. Now you are done! It is that simple!!

  • Heather Marie

    Thanksgiving Turkey Treats: 2 Whole Oreos, 5 Candy Corn, 1 Mini Reeses Peanut Butter Cup, 1 Whopper Ball. Orange/White/Black Frosting. Stick 5 Candy Corn in Creme Filling of Oreo, set aside. Cut 1 Side of Peanut Butter Cup & Adhere using Chocolate Frosting on cut side. Attach Whopper Candy to PB Cup. Add Oreo with Corn to Turkey. Paint on Eyes & Feet.

  • Michelle Lovett

    thanksgiving treats | Thanksgiving turkey treats / dessert time! - Juxtapost

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