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These were a huge hit and SO easy to make!
I am not sure what happened in my house, but I could not get these to stick together. I bought store brand double stuff oreos, and maybe that was it. They fell apart; and I needed to transport. Next time I will try them with original oreos.
I saw these in Woman's Day or Family Circle a couple of years ago. We made ours with the same ingredients but added red hots for feet and mini M&M's for eye. The kids loved them. The ingredients for this are pretty high but a good activity for about 30 minutes. My 2 1/2 year old needed help but my older kids did just fine.
These are ADoRabLe!!! they were a big hit at my house these year! my uncle kept insisting on where we bought them cause he didnt believe i made em! haha!! it was very difficult eating them though cuz they were tooooooo KUTE!!! :D:D:D! these'll be coming back every single thanksgiving!!!
These were so cute and festive on our Thanksgiving dinner table. Everyone thought it was my idea and I didn't say it wasn't. :oops:
They went over very well with the young crowd, but I couldn't get the recipe to look like the pictures. How did you get the eyes and woddles? Thanks for sharing!
My kids had a blast making these fun festive cookies. All our guests were impressed. However, we couldn't figure out how to make the eyes shown on the picture.
My family loved these, we had lots of fun in making them and eating them.
Great fun in the making and the eating. Our turkeys had an unfortunate tendency to fall apart, which kept the kids busy keeping the turkeys intact, or eating the victims. Fun.
Absolutely a hit. They were great fun for all of us to make & really nice on the Thanksgiving table. All the guests were amused by them. A few were eaten and a few went home with guests and I am sure many more will be made in the future -- thanks for the fun