Monday, November 23, 2015

Recipe: Turkey Rice Krispie Treats:

Just as I was for Halloween, I was so excited to be a room mom for Charli's Thanksgiving Feast at school today! I am so incredibly thankful I am able to do these things for our children. Today's program was absolutely adorable. The children dressed up as Indians and sang 4 songs for us before feasting on some food! 

My contribution was the "sweets". I decided on doing Turkey Rice Krispie Treats, which were super simple to make. If you are looking for a fun Thanksgiving Day (or week) treat here you go! 

Things You Will Need:
*Rice Krispies 
*Marshmallows
*Butter
*Wine Glass (or a circle cookie cutter that I clearly don't have... haha)
*Candy Corn
*Frosting

Make Rice Krispies as directed on the box. Let cool.
I then used the rim of a wine glass to cut the circle's out.
I used chocolate frosting as the turkey's heads.
Frosting for eyes.
Placed candy corn around for the feathers.
Then cut pieces of candy corn to use as the turkey's nose/mouth! 

And voila!


I think they turned out super cute and were the perfect festive treat for all of our little turkey's today!


2 comments:

  1. So stinkin cute!! And then you get to eat all of the leftover rice krispies from the cut-outs, right?! That's totally what I would do!

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