Turkey Cookies

Turkey Cookies will tickle your funny bone and make you say, “Gobble, Gobble!”

A couple of years ago my cousin Suzanne Moore took this adorable picture of their 7-year-old grandson, Ian, with this cute turkey cookie. Suzanne and her husband Dwight made the cookies to bring to Ian when they visited he and his parents, Mark and Sarah Moore, in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Ian is very bright and loves karate, soccer and Star Wars. He even takes drum lessons!

The cookies were a big hit with everyone! They are so cute you can’t help but smile when you see them.

Turkey Cookie

Platform: 1 graham cracker square
Base and turkey back: 2 Keebler Sandies classic shortbread cookies
Body: Reece cup (Cut ⅓ off)
Feathers and Hands 10 pieces of candy corn
Head : Mini Oreo
Eyes: Wilton edible candy eyes
Nose: White pointed part of candy corn
Feet and waddle: Small tube orange icing with writing tip
Glue: Wilton candy melts

Place 1 graham cracker square on a plate. Attach 1 shortbread cookie to graham cracker with melted candy melts. Attach second cookie to first cookie on a 90-degree angle for turkey back. Cut off ⅓Reece cup and set aside. Attach remaining ⅔Reece cup at an angle with the flat side touching the bottom cookie and the round side touching the turkey back (the Reece cup is the turkey’s body.) Attach 8 pieces of candy corn to back of turkey cookie back, flat side up, for feathers. Attach 1 pieces of candy corn on left and right side of Reece body for hands. Attach mini Oreo cookie for head. Attach 2 edible eyes to Oreo cookie. Attach nose. Draw feet and waddle with orange icing. Makes 1 turkey.

Published in The News and Neighbor on November 20, 2019.

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