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OREO Turkey


"These festive OREO Turkeys are so cute – you won't want to wait until Thanksgiving to make them! Even the littlest helpers will love attaching candy corn feathers to the turkeys' cookie tails."
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45 m servings
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. Separate each cookie, leaving all the creme filling on one half of each. Set filling-topped halves aside.
  2. Use small amount of melted chocolate to attach 5 candy corn pieces, pointed-sides down, to each plain cookie half for the turkey's tail. Refrigerate 5 minutes or until chocolate is firm.
  3. Attach malted milk ball to center of each filling-topped cookie half with melted chocolate for the turkey's body. Use additional melted chocolate to attach cinnamon candies to bodies for the heads.
  4. Attach turkey tails to bodies with remaining melted chocolate. Refrigerate until firm.


  • How to Separate Cookies: To easily separate cookies, refrigerate for 15 minutes before carefully twisting cookie top from cookie bottom so that the cream remains entirely on one half of the cookie. Use a knife to smooth filling if necessary.
  • Family Fun: Get the kids involved in making these fun turkey decorations for a holiday party, November birthday or for the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Use the OREO Turkeys as decorative toppers for cupcakes or as place settings for the table.
  • Nutrition Information Per Serving: 150 calories, 6g total fat, 3g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 85mg sodium, 24g carbohydrate, less than 1g dietary fiber, 18g sugars, 1g protein.

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I had trouble with these...mine definitely don't look like the photo but I gave it my best shot. Would be nice if some of the tricks of the trade were shared. My oreos stuck together even after ...

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Mine did not look as nice as the picture. I had a little bit of trouble like one of the other reviewers . Oh well.

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I had trouble with these...mine definitely don't look like the photo but I gave it my best shot. Would be nice if some of the tricks of the trade were shared. My oreos stuck together even after ...

Fun to make, and delicious to take apart and eat. May make again for Thanksgiving day for each place setting!

I just made these little guys and all I can say is SO SO Cute!! They are lots of fun to put together and the variations are endless (we tried red hots, M&Ms, and hot tamales for the heads and ad...

Tried these for my son's preschool Thanksgiving party. They were a HIT! A few helpful steps... I popped the tails into the refrigerator for around 5 minutes to help the chocolate set before try...

Delightful project. I used double stuft Oreos and the "tail feathers" just stick right in the filling. I cut a slight bit off the side of the PB cup to make it flat and easy to glue/chocolate ...

A fun, light treat that disappeared quickly around the office (and made a great conversation piece). The backs can be a bit top-heavy due to the candy corn, so be sure to have plenty of melted c...

These were so fun and easy to make! I used the Golden Oreo's because I like the taste of those better. I also used the Double Stuff Oreo's to help keep the candy on. Instead of dealing with mess...

These were cute and yummy too, but VERY time consuming if you want them to turn out properly! They were definitely fun though!

My class of 8-9 year olds made this as a craft idea at school camp fun and easy used available substituted sweets