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A Fun Fall Treat for you and your Kids... Candy Turkey

Updated on September 15, 2014
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Candy Turkeys ....How fun they are to make with Kids

Kids love this recipe, its fun and easy to make. when I was at the career center for Early Childhood Education my class and I made these for the preschoolers, they loved it. When they tried to make them they had a blast doing it.

these are so cute.
these are so cute. | Source

Cook Time

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 5 min
Ready in: 10 min
Yields: makes 24 treats

Ingredients

  • 48 Oreo cookies, whole
  • 24 Reese's peanut butter cups, whole
  • 24 Hershey whopper malted milk balls, whole
  • 120 pieces Candy corn, whole
  • Chocolate frosting
  • Black icing, Small Tube
  • Yellow icing, Small Tube
  • Red icing, Small Tube

How to make the fun treats

  1. Carefully pull apart the two halves of one Oreo and gently press 5 candy corn into the stuffing with the wider ends of the candy corn sticking out over the cookie. Spread some frosting onto the Oreo half and press the two halves together. Refrigerate to set
  2. Cut off a small rounded edge of a peanut butter cup (you want to do this so the flat edge can stand on top of the Oreo base). Use chocolate frosting to attach the flat bottom of the Reese's to the Oreo base and the Oreo with the candy corn to the Reese's.
  3. Use a small amount of chocolate frosting to attach the Whopper to the Oreo with the candy corn.
  4. Pipe small spheres of yellow icing onto the Whopper for eyes, and two small feet onto the Oreo base.
  5. Pipe two dots of black icing onto the yellow eyes.
  6. Finish with white frosting piped on the Whopper for a beak and red icing for the wattle.
  7. ENJOY

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    Brittanie (Pronounced Brittany) 2 years ago from Transfer,Pa

    I am glad they like them. I planned on trying to make snowmen candy treats soon.

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    womentips 2 years ago

    My kids and friends really like this!!

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    Brittanie (Pronounced Brittany) 2 years ago from Transfer,Pa

    These treats are great for fall.