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Make an army of small edible turkey's for your next Thanksgiving gathering and see how many stomaches you can conquer...

These small treats are easy to make and delicious to eat. There are several difeerent ways to make these, but I think this one looks the best.

Materials:
1. Fudge Striped Cookies
2. Soft Caramel Chews
3. Hershey Kisses
4. Regular Chocolate chips (or candy corn)

 
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Step 1: The Body, the Beak, and the Feet


1. To make the body of this turkey, first you must unwrap the caramel chew.

2. Next bend the chew into a right angle shape.

3. Now take a chocolate chip and press it into the chew (with the tip facing out and the chocolate drip facing down).

4. Take a Hershey Kiss and press it into the underside of the chew. Make sure it doesn't go all the way through.

Step 2: Finishing Step...


1. Break the fudge striped cookie in half.
2. Press the half cookie down into the back end of the caramel chew.

That's it... Now you can make as many as you want... maybe even enough to conquer the world.
Then you can eat them once you're the ruler of all :P

as98 months ago
I'll just use halloween candy
as98 months ago
Wow, wish I had everything. I need to be RULER of TURKEYS that I will EAT!!!!
this is supper cute. great idea.
MissZale5 years ago
these look really cute! I'm going to try it out this thanksgiving
awesome project, awful pictures. Damn i need chocolate.
Sorry, best pictures I could get with my camera.
I thin you just need some supplementary lighting to speed up the shutter and increase the f number, I like a flashlight with a sheet of typing paper rubber banded over the front.
Crash21087 years ago
You can probably use a tootsie roll for more consistent chocolate flavor.
Instead of caramel.
FrenchCrawler (author)  Crash21087 years ago
That may work but then it may be too much black. The caramel helps to add color to the turkey. Also some people may want more then just a chocolate flavor.... this is kind of like a Caramello.
theRIAA7 years ago
this is amazing