1. Stick five pieces of candy corn, point-side down, into one side of a chocolate sandwich cookie (to resemble turkey feathers). Secure with extra frosting if necessary.
2. Place a dab of chocolate frosting on the opposite side of the cookie and attach to the side of an additional cookie, which will serve as a base.
3. The frosting holding the two cookies together will need a chance to harden; this is best accomplished when the “candy corn cookie” is able to rest against a wall, with the “base cookie” lying flat on the counter.
4. While waiting for the frosting to harden, have an adult cut a small portion off of the side of a peanut butter cup, creating a flat surface.
5. Making sure that the frosting has hardened, flip your cookies around so that the base cookie is now against the wall, and the candy corn cookie is lying flat on the table.
6. Add a dab of frosting to the top of the peanut butter cup, as well as to the flat surface that was created by cutting it. Affix the side of the peanut butter cup that you cut against the base cookie and the top of it to the candy corn cookie.
7. Next, put a dab of chocolate frosting on the malted milk ball; simultaneously affix it to the rounded edge of the peanut butter cup as well as to the flat surface of the candy corn cookie.
8. Using the yellow frosting, draw eyes on the malted milk ball; using the red frosting, draw on the turkey’s wattle (the red part under the beak!)th an adult’s help, cut the white tip of a piece of candy corn; attach this to the red frosting to act as the turkey’s beak.
10. Lastly, use the yellow frosting to add feet to the turkey.
11. Let all the frosting harden, then ENJOY!
This recipe may contain ingredients that can cause allergic reactions in certain individuals. Before using our recipes, always check the ingredient list and food labels of all ingredients and be sure to seek advice from a qualified physician if needed.