Thanksgiving Turkey Treats: DIY Turkey Desserts.  Celebrate Thanksgiving with your little ones the right way…with Thanksgiving Turkey Treats of course.  These are fun and simple DIY Thanksgiving desserts that your little ones can even make themselves.  Looking for Turkey party ideas?  Be sure to check out our free Thanksgiving printables, pumpkin desserts, fall party ideas and free Gobbled sign!

It’s Turkey Time, It’s Turkey Time!  I love Thanksgiving….but sometimes I feel like it gets overshadowed by the early Christmas buzz!  Even before Halloween was over, stores where moving out the jack-o-lanterns and moving in the pine trees.  I am determined to spend November feeling Thankful and thinking about fall and turkeys.  Are you with me?

In honor of Turkeys…I have made some super simple Thanksgiving Turkey Treats.  They are easy to bake.  My 9 year old made all of these desserts herself (with a little mommy oversight) and had a blast creating little Thanksgiving turkeys to share with her friends.  They are perfect for classroom treats or whipping up for Thanksgiving dinner.

I hope you enjoy them all!!

Thanksgiving Turkey Treats: Turkey Rice Krispies Pops

Materials

Step 1:

Melt the chocolate candy melts.  Using a glass bowl in the microwave in 30-second increments is best.  Be sure to stir in between heating and be careful not to overheat.  Dip the Rice Krispies treats in the green candy and lay them out on parchment paper to cool.  After I covered the treats, I used the back of a spoon to put a little texture in the candy…just for some character!!!

Step 2:

While the candy is cooling, place candy eyes on the front and a Reese’s Pieces piece for the beak..  Allow the candy to cool completely.  Split the Oreos in half, dip the halved Oreo in the chocolate and place candy corn in a fan pattern on the Oreo.  Press the back of the Rice Krispies treat into the chocolate on the Oreo and allow to cool.  Easy peasy.

 

Here are some helpful links for making Turkey Rice Krispies Pops:


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Thanksgiving Turkey Treats: Turkey Rolo Bites

Materials

Step 1:

Cut the graham crackers with the circle cookie cutter.  Place a rolo on the grham cracker and microwave for 15 seconds.  While the rolo is warm and melty…press the candy eyes, Reese’s Pieces piece, and Candy Corn into the Rolo to make the turkey face.  Allow to cool.  They are ready to enjoy!!

Here are some helpful links for making Turkey Rolo Bites:

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Thanksgiving Turkey Treats: Turkey Cookies

Materials

Step 1:

Preheat oven to 350º.  Beat white cake mix, cream cheese, egg, vanilla, and softened butter until well mixed, but not smooth. Chill in the fridge for 20 mins.

Step 2:

Roll dough into small balls.  To make uniformly sized turkey cookies, roll each cookie into a 1″ ball.  To make varying size turkey cookies, roll into 1/2″ to 2″ balls.  Roll balls in powdered sugar and press onto the parchment lined cookie sheet.  Bake 10-13 mins.

Step 3:

Remove cookies from the oven.  Press candy eyes, candy corn and Reese’s Pieces Piece into cookies while they are still warm.  Allow cookies to cool.  Turkey cookies are ready to party!

Here are some helpful links for making Turkey Cookies:

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Get baking for Thanksgiving and enjoy these fun little turkey treats.  Also me sure to check out all of our Thanksgiving food ideas and pumpkin desserts!

If you like these Thanksgiving Turkey treats, please pin this image to your Thanksgiving Pinterest boards:

Looking for Turkey party ideas?  Be sure to check out our free Thanksgiving printables, fall party ideas and free Gobbled sign!

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