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 Turkey Treats

Author Angie Holden

What You Will Need

  • Package of Original Oreo cookies
  • Package of  Whoppers chocolate malt balls
  • Package of mini Reese's peanut butter cups
  • Package of candy corn
  • Mini candy eyes
  • Icing in white brown, yellow, orange, and red


  • For the tail fan, separate an Oreo into two pieces keeping the filling in these cookies.
  • Using the white icing as "glue" to apply a thick layer on the bottom of the separated Oreo cookie.
  • Begin to lay the candy corn on the white icing with the white end of the pieces of the candy corn on the inside of the cookie.
  • Arrange each piece of candy corn next to each other.
  • Lay the top half of that Oreo cookie on top of the bottom half of the cookie (the one with all of the candy corn on it).
  • Set aside and allow to dry.
  • Take out the mini Reese peanut butter cups.  Cut about 1/4 of the cup off allowing the candy to sit flat on another Oreo cookie for your base.
  • Use the brown icing as the "glue" to hold the cut Reese peanut butter mini cup to the Oreo cookie.
  • Again allow the "glue" to dry and set aside.
  • If the tail fan is dry, glue (with brown icing) the "whooper" to the tail fan (turkey head).
  • Set the tail fan down when gluing the head on it.
  • Apply the mini candy eyes to the head (the whooper) of the turkey.
  • Use the orange icing add a small nose and allow to dry for about 30 seconds.
  • When the nose is dry, add the red waddle with the red icing.
  • Set aside to dry.
  • Use the brown icing to sit the turkey tail fan on the bottom Oreo cookie.
  • Allow to dry for at least 2 hours.
  • After this has dried, add the two pieces of candy corn with the white pointing down and outward for the turkey's front legs.
  • Again use brown icing for this step and allow time to dry.
  • Using the yellow icing draw the turkey feet on the bottom cookie by making a small line and adding two shorter lines pointing outward.
  • Allow at least one hour for the completed turkey and all icing to dry.