Thanksgiving Turkey Cookie Pops

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We created these fun Thanksgiving Turkey Cookie Pops using left over candy from Halloween. These are easy to make and kids will love to help decorate these themselves!

Turkey Cookie Candy Pops

You would not believe the amount of candy my boys brought home from trick or treating and we are making use of it!

Thanksgiving Turkey Cookie Pops

Vanilla Wafers (regular & mini)
Twizzlers (assorted in the fun size packs)
Edible Eyes
Caramel Bits
Cookie Icing
Candy Orange Sunflower Seeds
Orange Spinkles
Lollipop Sticks or Decorative Straws

Start out by pushing the stick into the bottom of the marshmallow. Squeeze icing on a vanilla wafer & place the marshmallow on top. Then line a few vanilla wafers around the top. Squeeze the icing on the top side of the marshmallow. Cut the Twizzlers in half & place them on top. To make the front you want to attach a mini vanilla wafer on top of a regular sized wafer with the icing. Do the same with the eyes & sprinkles. Squeeze more icing on top of the marshmallow & place the cookie on the front. We also shaped caramel bits using our fingers to make the wings.

Let dry for about 20 minutes or until set….

making the turkey cookie pops

Now you have this cute little Turkey Pop!

turkey cookie pop

Here is a side view…

turkey cookie pop side view

Now the kids can gobble up this fun Turkey Pop and they will love making this as well!

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8 comments on “Thanksgiving Turkey Cookie Pops”

  1. Heather Tullos

    These are so so adorable! I wish I were creative enough to look at food and see a little turkey guy. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Saturday Night Fever!

  2. These are the cutest little Turkey's ever! Hope you are having a great day and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  3. Although my son is now 15 years old, I subscribe to your blog because I really get a kick out of all of the cute and clever ideas you have.

    You are really creating great memories for your boys. I know I love it when my son remembers each of the special birthday cakes that I have made for him.

    Love the cute turkeys!