Thanksgiving is a time for family, gratitude, and of course, delicious treats! If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to add a festive touch to your Thanksgiving dessert table, why not try making this kids’ turkey treat for Thanksgiving? These adorable little treats are not only tasty but also easy to assemble. Let’s dive into the simple steps to create these festive and tasty Turkey Mini Moonpies.
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- Moon Pies or Mini Moonpies
- Harvest Candy corn
- Peanut butter or frosting (for attaching feathers)
- Edible googly eyes (for added cuteness)
How To Make the Kids’ Turkey Treat
Prepare Your Mini Moonpies: Start by gathering your mini Moon Pies and then separate the Moon Pies.
Make the Feathers: Stick the pretzels into the moon pie center to create turkey feathers & place the top cookie back on top.
Make the Face: Using the peanut butter or frosting as glue, stick on two candy eyes & a candy corn for a nose.
Serve and Enjoy: Once your turkey Moon Pies are set, arrange them on a platter and watch as they become the star of your Thanksgiving dessert table. Your guests will be delighted by these cute and tasty treats.
This kid’s turkey treat for Thanksgiving is quick and easy. It’s a fun treat for class parties or even a festive snack at home that the kids will enjoy making.
Adding a touch of creativity to your Thanksgiving desserts doesn’t have to be fancy. With a few simple ingredients and a bit of imagination, you can turn ordinary Moon Pies into adorable Turkey Mini Moonpies with pretzel feathers and candy corn beaks. These festive treats are sure to bring smiles to faces young and old as you celebrate the season of gratitude and indulgence. Happy Thanksgiving!
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