These adorable Candy Turkeys are just the treat needed to make your holiday meal truly special! Combining several types of candy that are delicious on their own, these Turkey Treats prove that when it comes to candy, the more the merrier!
Candy Turkey Treats Recipe
Ingredients you will need:
- 1 cup chocolate chips, melted
- 1 box chocolate sandwich cookies
- 1 bag snack-size peanut butter cups
- 1 bag candy corn
- 1 container malted milk balls
- 1 can red frosting
Melt 1 cup chocolate chips.
Stir chocolate until smooth.
Twist apart chocolate sandwich cookies to make a base. Coat the flat surface of each peanut butter cup with a thin layer of melted chocolate.
Attach the peanut butter cups to whole chocolate sandwich cookies by pressing the cookie to the chocolate-covered side of the cups.
Insert candy corns into the chocolate sandwich, creating feathers, leaving room at the bottom.
Push the butter cup/cookie hybrid onto one of the twisted off sandwich cookie cremes, creating a base.
Did the bottom of a malted milk ball in the melted chocolate and place it on the top of the peanut butter cup portion of the turkey, creating a head.
Cut the tip off a candy corn. Dip the tip in chocolate and then place on the milk ball, creating a beak.
Add a tiny sliver of red frosting to the top of the milk ball, finishing off the head.
Serve to delighted friends and family!
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Holiday Eats Everyone Will Love!
Don’t stop at Candy Turkeys; prepare these dishes to make your holiday season one for the books!
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Put this incredible compound butter on breads, meats, potatoes, or anything you want tasting extra special!
Cranberry Relish Recipe
Don’t choose between healthy and tasty with this out-of-sight- Cranberry Relish!
Lemon Maple Butternut Squash Recipe
This side dish is so tasty it might steal the spotlight from the turkey or ham!
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Candy Turkeys Video Recipe
Candy Turkeys Video Transcript
Hi, I’m Chef Ted, and I’m here at the Rada Cutlery kitchen. Today we’re going to make some Candy Thanksgiving Turkeys.
I’m going to take 1 cup of some semi-sweet chocolate chips, I’m using the Rada Quick Grip Clips, which are great for keeping things fresh, great at keeping things from spilling, and this where you would use your double boiler, unless you have one of those handy induction range tops like I’ve got.
While I am getting this chocolate to melt down over here I’m going to break out some chocolate crème sandwich cookies. We’re going to twist them apart.
Then I’m going to take a snack-size peanut butter cup and put a little chocolate on it. Then I’m going to press it into the Oreo like so. Then I’m going to take some candy corn. These are going to be your feathers. You stick that into the filling of the sandwich cookie. Then you push this right into the base of the cookie.
Then I’m going to take a malted milk ball, put a little more chocolate on that, put it right up here on the top of it. Then I’m going to take one of the paring knives and am going to cut a tip off the piece of candy corn. Going to dip that in some of the chocolate and that’s going to become our beak.
After you get it this far you want to refrigerate about 10 minutes until the chocolate sets. Then I’m going to use a bit of ready-made red frosting.
And there you have it, the Turkey Treats! Great for Thanksgiving, and it’ll be fun for the kids to help you put them together!
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