After receiving numerous requests for the recipe for these little turkeys I asked Rosebud to write the instructions down since we had not used any having only studied a picture and tried to copy them. She set right to work and I must say I love her instructions even better than the finished turkeys.
So here you go Rosebud's step by step instructions.
Step 1. Get all the supplies you need and spread them out in front of you.
You will need:
1 pack of double stuffed Oreos
1 bag candy corn
1 bag Reese's peanut butter cups
1 box malted milk balls (Whoppers)
a little bowl of frosting
a pair of scissors
And now you are ready to begin
Open your pack of double stuffed oreos and remove two. Take the top off of one of them and eat it or give it to your sister to eat. Leave the second oreos top on.
Place the Oreo that lost it's top in front of you with the frosting side turned up. Take your second Oreo and make it stand on it's edge and push it into the edge of the frosting of the first Oreo making a little chair.
Open the bag of Reese's peanut butter cups. Take one out. Unwrap it and place it in front of you. Take the scissors and snip the very edge off of one side. Now take a toothpick and dip it into your bowl of frosting and paint the cut side of the peanut butter cup. Stick it on the Oreo's frosting (the chair seat)with the bottom against the other Oreo (the chair back)
Open the box of malted milk balls. Get one out and paint the bottom with frosting. Stick it on top of the peanut butter cup.
Open the bag of candy corn, Get out one corn and cut the yellow top off. Cut the top in half and paint both pieces on the bottom with frosting and stick it in the Oreo in front of the peanut butter cup to make the turkey feet. They don't really look like feet close up.
Take two more candy corns and cut the yellow tops off. This time use the orange and white part. Paint one side with frosting and stick it on the sides of the peanut butter cup to make arm wings for the turkey. Put your candy corn scraps on a pile or in a little dish.
Take another candy corn and cut the white tip off and then cut it in half. Paint one side and stick it on the malt ball to make eyes. Next use the same candy corn and snip a little of the orange part off to make the beak.
Fill the Oreo in the back with frosting. On the top and halfway down it's side.
Get six candy corns out of the bag. Snip the white tips off push the tip less candy corns into the frosting you had put in the Oreo to make the tail of the turkey.
Divide all the candy scraps with your brother and sister and then sit and eat them while you admire the turkeys you made.
When you want to eat the turkey fill a cup of milk because it is very sweet.
How very practical to give the instruction ...'eat it or give it to your sister to eat'!ReplyDelete
Well done Rosy!
Great job, Rosy! I hope you feel good about sharing these steps with us- you've enabled lots of other families to create these adorable turkeys for their Thanksgiving celebration. Job well done!ReplyDelete
I sent this link to my daughter, who is teaching school for the first time this year! Love those turkeys. Makes me hungry. :)ReplyDelete
Great instructions, Rosy! Thanks for sharing them with us!ReplyDelete
I'm so impressed...these are such careful, precise directions. Good job, Rosy...you did a wonderful job with the project itself, too. Very cute.ReplyDelete
Good job, Rosy...you did a wonderful job with the project itself, too.ReplyDelete
Our Grandchildren will be making these together as a cousins project for our Family dinner which combines Thanksgiving and Christmas
on Nov 26th..As it will be our last visit with each other til spring, as they live farther away...
Bless You for sharing....
This is such a cute idea I told my daughter I would get the ingredients and come help her grandchildren make some. Please tell Rosy thank you for making such nice instructions. And thank you for posting it.ReplyDelete
I love Rosie's instructions!ReplyDelete
Those are so festive and fun! Very nice instructions Rosy, and thanks for sharing them with us.ReplyDelete