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Thanksgiving Turkey Treats Kids Will Love

Thanksgiving Turkey Treats Kids Will Love
Thanksgiving Turkey Treats Kids Will Love

Thanksgiving Turkey Treats Kids Will Love

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and not all kids like to eat turkey.  These yummy Thanksgiving turkey treats are a sure way to get them to enjoy turkey on Thanksgiving. They are fun to make and fun and healthy for kids to eat, and they will want to eat these turkey treats on this special day of thanks.
Corn dogs are a favorite for the kids, and these corn dog turkeys get the kids in the spirit of Thanksgiving.  Order most of the items through my links or head over to your local grocery store. Some of these items might already be in your kitchen.  You can even take this a step further and have the kids write what they are thankful for on the feathers that they will be putting in the turkey corn dog.

Items Needed

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Follow the instructions on the Krusteaz box to make the cornbread mix.  If you are using the hotdogs, be sure to cut them into thirds.
Spray theWilton non-stick pops baking pan with cooking spray and fill the hole in the pan with cornbread mix and place a hotdog or the turkey inside the middle of the mix.  Bake following the instructions on the Krusteaz cornbread box.  Once they are done, immediately place them upside down on a baking rack to cool.
While the corndogs are cooling, cut the Turkey feathers out of the construction paper.  Next, cut a circle about 1 ½ inches wide for the turkey heads and then cut a beak out of the orange construction paper. Using the glue dots, place a feather onto the wooden skewer and then place another feather on the other side of the stick, be sure to leave a bit of the stick showing so that you can place it into the corn dog.  Also, glue the beak to the brown circle and place it onto a wooden skewer and place it into the corn dog, you can also add wiggle eyes, or just paint eyes onto the turkey.

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