This Thanksgiving Cornucopia Cookies Recipe is such a fun and cute way to add something easy to your Thanksgiving dessert table, or even to use as a centerpiece on your coffee table this holiday season.
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Thanksgiving Cookies Recipe
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These super easy to make Thanksgiving Cookies are really adorable and they are so easy to make, you will definitely want your kiddos to get involved and help out to “cook” these magical little treats!
I have always really loved the fall holidays, and Thanksgiving is one of my favorites! Oddly enough, in my family, we have NEVER done a Thanksgiving turkey! My parents always made a baked chicken and a ham…for every single holiday. Last year was the first year that we had a turkey, and it was because I decided to try making one in my Ninja Foodi – and IT WAS SO FREAKING AMAZING!
I already have a turkey in my freezer to make this year…and a much smaller one in the fridge already defrosting, to be honest. Why? Because once I ordered that big bird and began planning our Thanksgiving dinner menu, I got in the mood for Turkey and all of the leftovers that come with a Thanksgiving turkey!
Take this Turkey Mushroom Pot Pie Recipe as an example. It is so freaking delicious – how could I possibly wait until the END OF NOVEMBER to eat it?! Now, you can use turkey during the holidays, or just use chicken in this for an every day pot pie recipe.
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Aren’t these little Cornucopia cookies just adorable and absolutely perfect for serving at your Thanksgiving dinner? I love how festive they are, and they are literally just so easy to make!
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- No Bake Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies
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How to Make this Thanksgiving Cornucopia Cookies Recipe
Ingredients needed to make this Thanksgiving Cornucopia Cookies Recipe
- 1/2 cup vanilla icing
- green food coloring (Wilton Color Gels in Leaf Green)
- 14 fudge covered graham rounds (measure about 2-1/2″ diameter)
- 1 small bag, 3.7 oz, Bugles
- candy pumpkins
- fall colored M&M candies
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Directions for making this Thanksgiving Cornucopia Cookies Recipe
Place icing into a bowl and color it with green food coloring.
Spread food coloring onto one cookie.
Add a bugle cornucopia and a candy pumpkin.
Top with candy M&Ms.
This Thanksgiving Cookies Recipe makes 14.
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