Turkey & Pilgrim Hat Cookies {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 15}

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For years we have made these turkey cookies with our family. I found another FUN cookie to make at Thanksgiving…Pilgrim hats with Reese’s. Of course, my daughter loves tradition and told me she would be making turkey cookies. So, I guess I’ll be taking ingredients for both cookies to my parent’s farm for Thanksgiving.

Which one will you make?

oreo turkey cookies {30 days of thanksgiving activities for kids } ~ HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

  • Open Oreo and set them perpendicular
    (use icing to hold in place)
  • Place malt ball in the corner and a red hot (gobble) in front of the malt ball.
  • Ice the Oreo that is standing up & down with chocolate icing
  • Fan candy corn around the malt ball to make a fan of feathers.
  • Eat and enjoy – yummy!!!

Shopping List:

  • Oreos
  • Red Hots
  • Malt Balls
  • Chocolate Icing
  • Candy Corn

Now for the new cookie I found: Pilgrim Hat Cookies

pilgrim hat cookies

from Taste of Home


  • Chocolate Wafers
  • Mini Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
  • Orange Frosting
  • Decorating Tube for Frosting

Smear some frosting on the top of the Reeses. Place it upside down on the chocolate wafer. Pipe some frosting around the base and add a buckle. Voila!

Previous 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids:

  1. Make a Thankful List
  2. Write a Thank You Note
  3. Start a Family Bible Study
  4. Read Together
  5. Chalkboard Thanks
  6. Gratitude Journal
  7. Adopt A Soldier
  8. History of Thanksgiving Unit Study
  9. Give Thanks Copywork
  10. Candy Corn Centerpiece
  11. First Thanksgiving Unit Study
  12. Family Thanksgiving Worship Service
  13. Thanksgiving Writing Prompts
  14. Pilgrim Comparison Writing
 Question: What types of cookies do you make for Thanksgiving? You can leave a comment by clicking here.


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