Hello friends! This month's sweet 16th is a cookie that is fun for the whole family to help make. This has been a Thanksgiving time cookie tradition in my family since I was a little girl and now I'm thrilled to be making them with my son.
Here's my would be helper:
he was going to be helpful until he realized he could just eat the ingredients by themselves...
Speaking of which, here's what you need:
candy corn, caramel, chocolate kiss (or chocolate stars, I couldn't find any this year) and a striped cookie.
The first step is to unwrap a handful of caramels and then microwave them for 10-15 seconds until they are soft.
Smush the caramel into a vague turkey body shape and press it onto the chocolate kiss.
Next press the back of the caramel onto the cookie:
Finally, press the candy corn in for the beak. (I recommend laying the cookie down flat for this step)
And voila! You can build yourself a whole flock of turkeys!
Gobble gobble gobble!
Those are hilarious! Where did you get that idea?ReplyDelete
Gobble, gobble. So glad the tradition lives on!ReplyDelete