15 Edible Thanksgiving Crafts
The first half of the list is the sweet stuff, the second half of the list includes the healthier edible turkey crafts. These Thanksgiving crafts are fun for kids of all ages!
1. Rice Krispie treat turkeys
All you need to make Rice Krispie treat turkeys is a circle cookie cutter and leftover Halloween candy. Oh and these candy eyes really make your turkey’s pop!
2. Turkey Brownie Bite
3. Turkey Cupcakes
These turkey cupcakes are made with 1 mini cupcake and 1 regular cupcake. Then, add a Mike and Ike beak with a Fruit Roll Up gobble and you’ve got an edible turkey! For more details check out Stuff by Ash.
4. Oreo Turkey Treats
Turn an Oreo into a turkey with a little leftover Halloween candy and a little icing. Idea via Jewels of a Child.
5. Rice Krispie Turkey Balls
These Rice Krispie treat turkey balls are the perfect turkey day craft for toddlers and older kids alike.. Shape Rice Krispie treats into spheres and use toothpicks to add feathers using marshmallows, cereal, or gum drops. Find more details at Alpha Mom.
6. Turkey Cupcake
Turn a boxed chocolate cupcake into a turkey masterpeice with candy corn and a Reeses Peanut Butter cup. (I realize a peanut butter cup is not used in the picture below, but think it would be the perfect size and shape.
7. Turkey cake pops
The cake pops are the cutest and most delicious. Get the details tutorial at Bakerella.
8. Turkey Pie
Turn store bought pie dough and apples into these terrific turkey pies with a few round cookie cutters and other ingredients in your kitchen right now! Find the full recipe at Miranda Made.
Healthy Thanksgiving Crafts
9. Apple and peanut butter turkeys
Fill a baking cup with peanut butter and add apple slices as feathers. Create a turkey head with a grape and voila… a healthy turkey treat for the kids! Find more details at The Party Animal.
10. Turkey kabob
This fruit turkey masterpeice was oringially created by Scene of the Grime. Recreate the fruit skewers turned turkey feathers for a healthy Thanksgiving Day appetizer.
11. Turkey fruit tray
The 2D version of the turkey fruit tray looks way less complicated than the 3D version above and just as cute! For all of the details, check out Clean and scentsible.
12. Apple Turkey
I love this simple apple turkey for a preschool classroom activity. It’s simple, fun, and encourages fine motor skills. to See more apple turkey details at Make and Takes.
13. Fruit turkey
This is the perfect pre dinner snack tray for the classroom Thanksgiving. All you need are strawberries, oranges, and apples! See more at Not my own.
14. Turkey sandwich
15. Turkey veggie tray
See more turkey veggie tray details at Lil Luna.