16 Thanksgiving recipes shaped like cute, little turkeys

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Get crafty with the kids and make one of these Thanksgiving recipes shaped like cute, little turkeys! The kids will love them but the adults will gobble them up too.

If you’re looking for adorable, kid-friendly sweet treats to serve on Thanksgiving, have fun with the small fries and try one of these crafty turkey-shaped desserts.

Thanksgiving inside surprise cookies

These fun Thanksgiving inside surprise sugar cookies from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt are double layered with turkey’s in the middle. The outside of the cookie is covered in sprinkles making them a fun and sweet turkey treat.

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Turkey Rice Krispie treats

These cute Turkey Rice Krispie treats from Shugary Sweets are made up of Rice Krispie’s, chocolate chips, M&M’s, marshmallows and candy corn! Your kids won’t know whether to eat them or play with them.

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Chevron turkey cookies

These cute Chevron turkey cookies from The Bearfoot Baker look like they would take hours to make, but they are really very easy! Your kids will love helping you make them this year.

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Chocolate dipped Rice Krispies treat turkey pops

These Chocolate dipped Rice Krispies treat turkey pops from Hungry Happenings are made out of Rice Krispie treats on a stick, dipped in chocolate, and decorated with modeling chocolate.

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Thanksgiving apple tarts

These Thanksgiving apple tarts from Miranda Made are adorable and really easy to make. Use a combination of sweet and tart apples for delicious flavor without lots of sugar or spices.

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Oreo turkeys

Turn your Oreo cookies into these Oreo turkeys from Our Best Bites with candy corn, peanut butter cups and frosting. Fun and easy to make even for little hands.

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Turkey Nutter Butter cookies

This fun DIY recipe for Turkey Nutter Butter cookies from Frugal Coupon Living is perfect for you and your kids on a cool fall afternoon.

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Turkey veggie tray

Even your kids will want to eat their vegetables after you create this Turkey veggie tray from Stop Lookin’ Get Cookin’ made up of celery, carrots, peppers, cucumbers and more!

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Turkey shaped cheese board

If you love cheese this Turkey shaped cheese board from A Beautiful Mess will be a hit with the kids and your adults guests. Easy to make and perfect for the cheese lovers in your home.

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Vegan turkey “cheese” ball

This Vegan turkey “cheese” ball from Fork and Beans is not made from real cheese but it looks like a real turkey! The kids will love discover it and everyone will love to eat it!

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Turkey shaped bread

This Turkey shaped bread from The Culinary Cellar is formed with frozen bread dough. Let the kids help you shape the turkey, and then watch it grow in the oven. Almost too cute to eat!

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Turkey-shaped sandwich

This Turkey-shaped sandwich from Cookie Cutter Lunch is perfect to send with your child to school during the week before Thanksgiving. All their friends will be jealous and they will become the cool kid on the block.

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Thanksgiving bento lunch: Sandwich turkey

Make a cute and fun turkey sandwich for this Thanksgiving bento lunch: Sandwich turkey from Cute Food for Kids and your child will be smiling and happy for the rest of the day.

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Thanksgiving turkey pizza

Kids love making pizza and this Thanksgiving turkey pizza from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons is the perfect activity for lunch or dinner during the Thanksgiving school break. Let them get creative and messy before they cook and eat their creation.

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Turkey waffles

Waffles and fruit help create this fun recipe for Turkey waffles from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons. Who said you can’t have turkey for breakfast?

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Turkey pancakes

Inspire a fun Thanksgiving morning with giggles and these Turkey pancakes from Girl Versus Dough made with spiced pancake batter, raisins, apples and carrots.

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