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I made 8 of these for placecards at Thansgiving this year - what a hoot! I have a container of Coriander that came in a set, and I never use that in cooking, so used those for the eyes. Each one had character. Thanks for sharing.
This was a great project to do with my kids, and the apple turkeys made adorable decorations on our holiday appetizer platters. They were a huge hit with the whole family!
LOL! I made these and they looked so cute sitting on the table! I used green apples,golden raisins,green olives stuffed with Cheddar cheese and frilly toothpicks. Thanks so much for posting such a fun recipe!
Oh My Goodness! These are cute. Plan to use these for preschool/kindergarten next year. My four year old just made one by herself with what she found in the frig and cupboard; she used whole cranberries and raisins and we just cut up large marshmallows to make smaller ones. Thank you for sharing!
It's so cuteeeee! Can't help to wait til' it's christmas. I am definitely going to do a copycat.
This was a really fun day-before-Thanksgiving project for my niece and nephew and I to work on. We used dried cranberries for the raisins, and everyone loved the centerpiece the next day for dinner.
They are cute and a nice addition to the Thanksgiving table. They are also fun for the kids to make.
Oh my gosh, this is such a riot! I cannot wait to try these. My daughter will FOR SURE crack up over them! You are so creative!!!
This was really fun to make Thanksgiving day. I used a large seedless black grape for the head and also put on a candy corn beak cut down to size and attached using a toothpick tip. I alternated chocolate covered raisins and plain jumbo golden raisin to make the tail feathers. I used the finished product as a table centerpiece and all of the guests really got a kick out of it. Am looking forward to making it again next year!