Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies

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Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies … a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting. 

I love experiencing the holidays through my children.  Watching them get excited for both Thanksgiving Day and Christmas ignites that old childhood excitement and really puts the magic back in the day.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

Families gathering together, meals needing to be prepared, and tables needing to be set can get us all a little overwhelmed during the holidays.  These fun Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies are the perfect and quick treat that your kids can make with you to help break the non-stop stress we tend to put on ourselves.  This can also be an exciting treat to keep the older kids busy while you are putting the finishing touches on your meal. You only need a few simple supplies.

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Supplies for Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies:

  • Nutter Butter Cookies
  • Mini Peanut Butter Cups
  • Candy Corn
  • Candy Eyes
  • Small Red Sprinkles
  • Candy Melts Medallions, only a handful

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies Instructions:

Begin by melting a small amount of candy melt medallions in a microwave safe bowl at 30 second increments or until melted. You really only need a few candy melt medallions.  It’s what we will use to “glue” the pieces together.  Once the candy melt medallions are completely melted, use a toothpick to begin “glueing” your pieces.  I used a mini peanut butter cup to add a fun layer to the turkey but you could always skip the peanut butter cup if you wanted. :)

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

I gently placed the peanut butter cup on the bottom middle of the Nutter Butter.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

I repeated the “glueing” steps with my candy eyes, sprinkle and three candy corns for the feathers.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

Lastly I added a small orange piece of candy corn for the turkeys beak.  You could also use a mini orange M&M.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

Growing up we always had a “kid” table, simply because we HAD to :)  Now with new babies, husbands and fiances we still need kid tables at our family functions.  I always like to make the kid table a little extra special for them.  I typically use an inexpensive piece of scrapbooking paper as a pop of color under their plate.  We like to add another pop of color with a bright and festive napkin.  Top that colorful napkin with a little Nutter Butter Turkey Cookie and a place setting card and your kids will love being at the “cool” table!

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies

Ingredients:

  • Nutter Butter Cookies
  • Mini Peanut Butter Cups
  • Candy Corn
  • Candy Eyes
  • Small Red Sprinkles
  • Candy Melts Medallions, only a handful

Directions:

Begin by melting a small amount of candy melt medallions in a microwave safe bowl at 30 second increments or until melted. You really only need a few candy melt medallions.  It's what we will use to "glue" the pieces together.  Once the candy melt medallions are completely melted, use a toothpick to begin "glueing" your pieces.  I used a mini peanut butter cup to add a fun layer to the turkey but you could always skip the peanut butter cup if you wanted.

I gently placed the peanut butter cup on the bottom middle of the Nutter Butter.

I repeated the "glueing" steps with my candy eyes, sprinkle and three candy corns for the feathers.

Lastly I added a small orange piece of candy corn for the turkeys beak.  You could also use a mini orange M&M.

Thanks, Katie!

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies ... a fun and festive treat for the kids! Not only can they help make these little gobbly friends, they can also use them as their special place setting.

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Hi! I'm Katie and I blog at Made to be a Momma! I love all things crafty, diy projects, photography and whipping up yummy recipes for my family! I am a wife to a wonderful husband and mom to two adorable and crazy little boys! I would love to have you visit me at Made to be a Momma and say Hi! xoxo

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