Turkey Cookie Craft

I’m ready for some Turkey!  The kids couldn’t wait to put these together, and I couldn’t believe I finally thought of another holiday besides Halloween.

The kids can do this whole project themselves (minus the waiting patiently for the chocolate to dry), but why let them have all the fun?!

Turkey Cookie Craft

1 package of Fudge Stripes Cookies

1 package of Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies

1 bag of Autumn Mix Candies (candy corn & mini pumpkins)

melted chocolate in a piping bag

Royal Icing eyes

Edible Food Markers

Place a Fudge Stripe Cookie on parchment, then “glue” a Milano cookie on top with melted chocolate.  Let set for a few minutes while you assemble the others.

Squeeze chocolate around the sides, and the top, of the Fudge Cookie and place candy corns however you like.  Let cookies set until dry – about 15 to 20 minutes, or place them in the freezer for a quick set.

Finish the turkey off by adding royal icing eyes (using the melted chocolate to adhere), and draw details with edible markers.

Sit back and admire everyone’s work, then “gobble” them up.  Ha.  ha.  ha.

Linking to Tidy Mom, I Heart Nap Time, Tip Junkie, Crazy for Crust, One Artsy Mama

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