Thanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes!

Posted on November 14th, 2013 by Kara
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Thanksgiiving Turkey Cupcakes Recipe via Kara's Party Ideas | THE place for all things party! KarasPartyIdeas.com #turkeycupcakes #thanksgivingideas

These adorable TURKEY CUPCAKES are so simple to make! What a perfect little treat for a Thanksgiving party, holiday party, kids craft project, classroom party and more!

Turkey Cupcakes Tutorial / Recipe:

Items needed:
Cupcakes (many cupcake recipes can be found here)
Chocolate Frosting
Candy Corn
Chocolate Candy Melts
White Chocolate Chips
Black Licorice

Instructions:
Make your cupcakes as recipe directs and frost with chocolate frosting.

Insert the white side of 5-6 candy corn candies into the back of the cupcake in a row, like shown in the photo.

Take 1 chocolate candy melt and insert upright in the middle of the cupcake.

Take 2 white chocolate chips and spread a tiny bit of frosting on the flat side of them and stick them onto the candy melt like shown above.

With kitchen sheers, cut tiny eye pieces out of your black licorice and attach to white chocolate chips with frosting like shown above.

Take one more candy corn and place on front of cupcake for the beak.

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  1. Anna

    OMG. These Turkey Cupcakes were undeniable…I HAD to add them to my list of Thanksgiving treats to bake!

    Wanted to share, though, that you would think candy corn would be easy to find this time of year. Think again! I went to my local grocery store…nope! Then rather than drive around town, I called 10 more stores from Vons to Walmart and even Sweet Factory – no luck…that is, until Smart & Final came through for me! Whoo hoo!

    Next year, I’ll be sure to buy a couple extra bags of candy corn after Halloween so that I don’t run into this same issue.

    Happy Turkey Day!
    :) Anna

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