Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies

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Looking for a fun activity for the kids to do during Thanksgiving?  Check out these super awesome turkey cookies The Girl and I made. Not only are they fun to make, they’re fun to eat!


Chocolate covered cookies {I used Oreo thin mints}
Mini M&M’s
Hershey’s Kisses
Chocolate Chips
Candy Corn

How to Make Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies

Carefully cut the bottoms off half of the chocolate covered cookies.

Spread melted chocolate chips over the tops of the cut cookies.  Add 4 pieces of candy corn to each cookie in a fan shaped pattern and let set for 5 minutes.

Using melted chocolate, adhere 1 Hershey’s kiss to each whole cookie and let it set for 5 minutes.  The, using a knife, apply a little bit of melted chocolate to the bottom of each cut cookie.

With more melted chocolate, adhere to cut cookie right behind the Hershey’s kiss.  Add 1 red mini m&m for a wattle with melted chocolate, and viola!  You’re done.

Gobble Gobble!

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  1. You rock, these are great . I am so doing these with my kids. My kind of baking!

  2. Sooooo cute!! Love your blog! (Just “FYI,” from a turkey gal to a chicken gal, the word is “wattle” – waddle is what ducks do!)

  3. My only problem with this is, they are so DARN cute to gobble ‘em up :) Thanks for the great idea

  4. How about using GS Thin Mints? Then you wouldn’t have to cut off the bottoms??

    Its GS cookie time where I am. They are on my brain!!!

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