Gobble Gobble up some Turkey Fruit!

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 Turkey Fruit

We made this fun Fruit Turkey the other day and my boys just loved it! We used 1 green apple, pineapple, manderin oranges, green grapes, dark grapes, edible eyes, 1 cherry, and tooth picks.

We cut the botton off of our apple so it would stand up staight. Save the cut off part to make the wings and head.

 Turkey Fruit

We poked 4 tooth picks on the back side of the apple. We cut off pieces of the manderin oranges and pineapple. We added our dark grapes first. Then we added the oranges, green grapes, and pineapple.

 Turkey Fruit

We cut out a head and wings with the saved apple slice that we cut off the bottom. We poked a tooth pick in the front towards the top and attached the cut out apple for the head. Attach the eyes, orange nose, and wings with peanut butter. We cut a piece of a cherry for the waddle (you could use a strawberry or fruit roll up). We cut the end of a manderin orange for the feet.

Here is the side view…

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We had a blast making this silly Turkey and it’s a great way to get the kids to eat lots of fruit!!

You can view all of our other fun food Thanksgiving creations HERE!

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20 comments on “Gobble Gobble up some Turkey Fruit!”

  1. Hi Jill, the fruit turkey is so cute and health too. Thank you so much for sharing this. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

  2. This is great! Think I will do it will little clementines (peeled or not?) on a salad plate for Thanksgiving. Needed something different than "fruit salad". THANKS

  3. We've made apple turkeys for years but have always used gum drops. This is a great healthy alternative! Thanks for sharing!

  4. superfood sisters

    I can't wait to try these with my kids for Thanksgiving!! I'm thinking make them for decorations and gobble them up for dessert!!

  5. LOVE this!! What a great and healthy idea. My kids are going to enjoy it so much when I make it for them. Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com)

    That look is so clever & looks amazing! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! See you next week,
    Beth =-)

  7. Used Toyota Camry Orange County

    Got some more new ideas from your blog. We can make amazing art on fruits and vegetables.
    Apple is looking very cute.

  8. Sunny Vanilla

    it turned out so cute! i'll have to give this one a whirl to see my daughter's reaction. Love it!

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