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Easy to make and so fun for the kids!
(I don’t know the exact number of each item you need. I just ate my extras. Never a problem, right? Right.)
The easiest way to start these turkeys is to do the feathers first. Put frosting on the back of an Oreo and put 5 or so candy corns, point down, in the frosting, so that the wide end is sticking off the edge. I left them laying down so the frosting could dry and harden.
Next put a blob of frosting near one edge of another Oreo, and stand one of the feathered Oreos in the frosting. You don’t want to leave the Oreo laying down on its feathers, because the feathers will cause the turkey to lean when standing if you do so. Instead prop them up against a book or wall so they can dry without being too top heavy and falling over.
While the bases are drying, cut off the bottom edge (fat end) of a bunch of candy corns, and then “glue” one to each Whopper with the point out. (For the beak.) Then put each whopper head on one round side of the Reese’s cups.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER:
Once all of these are stable, add the Reese’s/Whopper bodies to the Oreos, standing them in front of the feathered Oreo.
**Once I got typing this I realized how hard these are to explain without showing pictures of the process. So if you’re a visual person like me, just look at the picture! They’re really not that hard to figure out!**
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