Edible Turkey Table Decoration

Theresea Safari Forooshani


A friend of mine got one of these from her co-worker. Thought he was too cute and had to share! ?


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How to Make Edible Turkey Table Decoration


  1. Divide the frosting into 5 small bowls.
    Tint frosting in these colors: brown or black, yellow, white, blue & red.
    Place tinted frosting into sandwich bags and cut a TINY hole in one corner to squeeze out the frosting.
  2. Squeeze a small line of brown or black frosting across the top of one cookie and poke in 5 of the candy corns. This cookie gets attached to the base cookie with a small amount of the brown or black frosting. You may need to prop the cookies together with a cup to hold it while the frosting sets.
    cut a small piece of the peanut butter up to make a flat surface and attach to both top and bottom cookie. Top with the malted ball, and attach another candy corn with frosting to the malted ball to form the beak. Pipe a small amount of red frosting down the side to form the waddle. Pipe on two white eyes with a dot of blue frosting. Pipe two legs on the bottom cookie, to form the legs for the turkey.

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About Edible Turkey Table Decoration

Course/Dish: Candies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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