Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Butterscotch Pudding Pie Turkeys ~ A Fun Edible Craft.

Butterscotch Pudding Pie Turkeys!!

Gobble Gobble

Oh man these were fun to make.

What you need:

Butterscotch Pudding (I used Sugar Free)
Keebler Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crusts
Nutter Butters
Swedish Fish
Royal Icing Eyes
Candy Corn
Fruit Roll up

The Assembly:

Make the pudding according the instructions for mousse
or at least, I did, but it probably doesn't matter one bit.

Put the nutter butter in the center and add on the 
eyes and candy corn nose with some karo syrup
to hold it in place. I added the waddle 
using a piece of fruit roll up.

Finally, just add the colored Swedish Fish for
his SASSY Feathers so Mr Turkey can strut is stuff!


If you can get over their cuteness.....

This is super easy for little hands. 
My 7 yr old loved making these.

I love you sooooo much!

Let me know if you make them!!

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Jane said...

Those are sooooooo cute! Definitely going to make them!

Paula said...

Sooo Cute! Great idea!

MsFoxsSweets said...

Too cute! YUMMY! I want some! My youngest is sitting here with me and she says she likes your chicken ice cream! lol!

Micupoftea said...

Oh how fun! I bet she did have fun making them...and you will all have fun now that you can gobble,gobble,gobble them up :)

Notes from the Homestead said...

Hi Sweets! Double super cute Turkey Pies!! I hope you aren't studying too hard! Let's have tea when you return from Houston!!

Susan - The Weekly Sweet Experiment said...

So cute! Love the idea of the nutter butter. They worked perfectly. Your daughter is adorable!

Lisa said...

Pudding turkeys are cute for sure, but that daughter of yours is CUTER!

Lavender Cottage said...

These are adorable! And, look like they'd be fun to make.

Sue said...

How cute these are! And so are your little pumpkins, both the cake and daughter versions:) Good luck with your P.A. recertification!

Lynn said...

Could NOT be cuter...the little pies AND the little girl.....

Unknown said...

Love them!

cilla said...

You have such a sweet,lovely blog.I as well love ,collecting tea cups and everything about tea ..I found your blog through Bernideen's Tea Room.she is such a sweet person.stop by sometime would love to have you.Cilla

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This is so cute! Swedish fish as the tail is such a great idea!

I hope you will link this post to my Thanksgiving Traditions link up! said...

These are adorable! I love a cute, stress-free dessert! (Who doesn't love pudding & Nutter Butters?!) ;0) -- Your daughter is precious--thanks for the idea!!

Lady Linda said...

Such a fun treat for the kids who don't like pumpkin pie! Would love to make these, not sure if I'll have time this year.

Karyn said...

WOW! Great mind think alike! I made the same thing with Pumpkin Pudding Turkey pies! Too funny :) I gave my daughter the option of using Swedish Fish or Candy Corns for the tail feathers - she chose BOTH!

Paula said...

These are too cute. What kid wouldn't have a blast making them and eating them! Hope things are going well with your re-certification.

Erin said...

How cute are these! And so simple. The perfect combination!

Angela McRae said...

Suh-weet! I've got a girlfriend who could build a house out of fruit roll-ups, so I'll be sharing this with her (for next year!).

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