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Snacks : Holidays > Thanksgiving

Turkey glove added 9-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Everyone needs a plastic glove (deli kind). Pop Popcorn and then melt chocolate. You are going to make chocolate popcorn balls. (if it's too messy they can be white turkeys and omit the chocolate, some kids are allergic). Fill the fingers with candy corn and then the thumb with popcorn. Place the ball in the palm of the bag. have them glue an eye on and then twist the bag. Place cardboard feet on bottom. Oh and don't forget the little red thing over the nose/beak.


Mini Cornucopias added 11-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Make mini cornucopias using bugles and trix cereal for snack.  The kids can create their own by adding some peanut butter inside the bugle and then adding a few pieces of the trix.  They come out really cute and the kids love them.


Ritz Cracker Turkey added 11-20-99 Original Author Unknown

For this tasty snack you will need the following:
Ritz crackers
Ritz bitz with peanut butter
M&M's
candy corn
peanut butter

To make the turkey, spread peanut butter on the Ritz cracker. Put the Ritz bitz down at the bottom and cover it with peanut butter. Use 2 brown M&M's for eyes that go at the top of the Ritz bitz. Put one candy corn point out at the bottom of the eyes for the beak. Behind the head, place 4 colored M&M's in a pattern, such as red, yellow, red, yellow. Then add a candy corn on each side of the head for the feet. Delicious! Messy, but they love it.


Ice Cream Cone Cornucopia added 11-20-99 Original Author Unknown

I put little cookies, raisins, nut, M&M's, pretzels into an ice cream cone (the ones that are pointed) to make a cornucopia snack. Use icing to hold them in. 


Turkey Toast added 10-1-02 Original Author Unknown

Use a large turkey shaped cookie cutter to cut out shape from wheat bread. Spread the whole shape with peanut butter.  Use a raisin for and eye, a slice of a red gummy worm for the wattle, and fruit loops for the tail feathers. 


No Bake Pumpkin Pie added 10-29-02 Original Author Unknown

Individual recipe:
Small custard-sized pie crusts
2 tablespoons canned pumpkin
1 tablespoon marshmallow creme
1 tablespoon prepared whipped topping
Sprinkle of cinnamon
  
Mix all ingredients together and pour into the crus
t. The recipe is then ready to eat; if you wish, it may be refrigerated or frozen.






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