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Turkey Cookie Pops

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These delightful little cookie pops are a unique holiday treat that will add a festive flair to your Thanksgiving Day table!

Ingredients

  • 12  Chocolate Oreos
  • 12  Vanilla Oreos
  • 144 pieces Candy Corn
  • 24 pieces 6-inch Lollipop Sticks
  • 24  Pretzel Sticks
  • 1 container (16 Oz. Size) Ready-to-use Vanilla Frosting
  • 1 container (16 Oz. Size) Ready-to-use Chocolate Frosting
  • 24  Mini Chocolate Oreos
  • 48  Candy Eyes
  • 1 container (7 Oz. Size) Ready-to-use Red Cooking Icing

Preparation

For each turkey, gently twist apart an Oreo cookie and set aside the top of the cookie.

With the cookie resting on a hard surface, gently press the tips of 5 candy corns into the frosting along the upper edge of the cookie to make the turkey’s feathers. Opposite to the feathers, add the lollipop stick by positioning it 3/4 of the way up the cookie and gently press and twist the stick into the frosting. To make the turkey feet, break the two ends of a pretzel stick off and press them into the frosting on either sides of the lollipop stick.

Now it’s time to reassemble the turkeys. First, fill a resealable bag with vanilla frosting, and another bag with chocolate frosting. Clip a corner off each and use it as an icing bag. On the cookie to which you just added feathers, feet, and a stick, pipe on a generous swirl of vanilla frosting. Place the cookie top back on top of the cookie.

For the turkey head, pipe a large dot of frosting on the bottom of the cookie pop and then adhere a mini Oreo cookie. If it’s a vanilla turkey, use vanilla frosting, and if it’s a chocolate turkey, use chocolate frosting.

For the finishing touches, use chocolate frosting to “glue” the candy eyes onto the turkey head. To make the beak, cut the tip off of a candy corn and attach it using chocolate frosting. Finally, for the turkey wattle, draw it on with the bottled red frosting.

Continue to do the same for the remainder of the 23 cookies. I recommend making an assembly line to speed up the process. Allow the cookie pops at least 1 hour for the frosting to set before picking them up. Tie a fall-colored bow to each lollipop stick if you wish. Store in a resealable bag for up to a week.

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