Isn’t funny that growing up you were always told “Don’t play with your food!” but now all you can do is search pinterest for food crafts? My Thanksgiving board on pinterest is fairly new, but I’ve started quite the selection of fun foods. Here are a few of my favorites:
Are you in charge of bringing cookies to your child’s school party this year? Put some smiles on those faces with this cute turkey sugar cookie!
I love these clever candy corn husks.
This one could go right along with taking a treat to school or day care- dress up those juice boxes as turkeys!
How about chocolate dipped marshmallows as pilgrim hats!
Or this pilgrim hat! Reese’s peanut butter cups MMmmm
Waffle cone cornucopia! What a cute treat. A very talented and crafty friend of mine, Laurie, shared her trick to getting the end to curl up, she said “We make these by putting the pointy end of the cone inside the tea kettle of boiling water spout…. wait just a bit and it’s pliable enough to roll. hold it til it cools (just a few seconds)!”
A pumpkin cake! Two bundt cakes together, cone stem and icing make up this adorable table display that you can eat!
Give your guests a nice surprise by adding “Thankful” notes to your dinner rolls
M&M Turkey Favors!
I love this toppings turkey. It was originally used as a birthday party decor for ice cream toppings, but I think it could totally apply to thanksgiving. The paper cone “turkey feathers” hold your toppings.
I once worked with a lady who made THE BEST cheese ball. I wish I knew what she used. This cheese ball turkey is adorable. I’m very tempted to do this for our giant family get together. Family clan reading this, tell me what you think!
And here’s one last one for those school get togethers! Tootsie Roll Pops and hershey kiss turkeys! I love that they added a leaf as the turkey feathers. So cute and clever.