It's November and Thanksgiving is sneaking up, if you need a quick and easy dessert for the kids to make these Turkey Oreo Pops will do the trick.
The dessert of choice around Thanksgiving is usually pumpkin pie. I feel like I am the only one in the world who doesn't like it. Not even covered in whipped cream. Yes I know I feel isolated. So I usually make a yummy pecan pie or two. Which means our kitchen is a busy place Thanksgiving morning. If you wanna keep your kids occupied while your turkey is cooking and your preparing your pies, our Turkey Oreo Pops are perfect for the job. You can make one to show the kids how and they can do the rest.
Just make sure you have these ingredients on Thanksgiving Day to save to the trip of running to the store late:
- Ghirardelli White Chocolate Wafers
- Candy Corn
- Candy Eyes
- Red Fondant
- Orange Canned Icing
- Lollipop Sticks
- Parchment Paper
- First you'll want to lay a piece of parchment out and melt your white chocolates one cup at a time in a microwave safe dish on 50% power for 2-3 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until melted.
- Open your Oreos and dip a lollipop stick into your melted chocolate and place onto one half of an oreo and sandwich your Oreo back together and let them set for about 5 minutes for the chocolate to harden.
- Holding onto your lollipop sticks, dip your Oreos in your melted chocolate, and place them onto your parchment paper. Before your chocolate can harden, place about 5 pieces of candy corn, point facing down, onto the top of your chocolate covered Oreos. Then place two candy eyes under the candy corn pieces.
- Now roll out a pea sized amount of red fondant for each Oreo into a short skinny snake, fold in half and place under the eyes.
- Carefully transfer your turkeys to the freezer for 10 or so minutes and then use your orange frosting to draw a beak onto each Oreo close to or on the red fondant.
Your turkeys should now be complete and ready to eat. Do you have any cute Turkey treats you like to make around Thanksgiving? Tell us about them in the comments below.
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