If you’re looking for a super easy, super cute dessert idea that will have the kids eating out of the palm of your hand, then you should make these Oreo Turkey Cookies.
Of course you should wait until you are well rested because the sugar high these will bring about will be off the charts and may leave you wanting to pull your own feathers out. And I guarantee you will be asked to be room mom again next year.
How to make Oreo Turkey Cookies
Calling for just four simple ingredients and no baking, Oreo Turkey Cookies are super simple to make. You just need oreos, candy corn, wilton candy eyes and a tub of chocolate frosting (you could use any flavor frosting actually since it won’t be seen).
Open all of the oreo cookies and apply some frosting to the middle. You can do this with a spoon or spatula, but a frosting bag and piping tip make it really easy.
After applying the frosting, add the candy corn feathers a little over half way around, as shown in the photo above.
Lightly put the cookie back together. Then use a small drop of frosting to “glue” the eyes to one side of the oreo. Next, separate the orange part of a candy corn from the white and yellow sections and “glue” under the eyes as the gobble.
And there you have it. It’s that easy.
These would be great to serve at the class Thanksgiving party, at your family Thanksgiving dinner or as a treat for your family.
And if you’re looking for ways to get kids in the kitchen without adding stress to your routine, Oreo Turkey Cookies are a great way to do that – they’re so easy and involve very little mess! In fact, depending on the ages, kids could probably make these all by themselves.
- Chocolate frosting
- Wilton Candy eyes
- Candy corns
- Open your OREO cookie and apply a small amount of frosting in the middle,this is going to be the glue for the candy corn.
- Evenly space out your candy corn to make the turkey feathers.
- Lightly put the cookie back together.
- Take a small drop of frosting and use this as a glue to apply the eyes .
- Take another candy corn and break the white and yellow part off leaving just a small orange piece, which is to be used as the gobble.