Thanksgiving Pilgrim Hats
Chocolate Wafer Cookies(such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers or Keebler Fudge Stripe)
1 tube orange or yellow frosting with piping tips
1 Bag small peanut butter cups or chocolate covered marshmallows
- Place cookies on work surface; squeeze a dime-size dot of frosting in center of each
- Prepare chocolate coated marshmallows or
Unwrap and invert peanut butter cups on frosting, pressing down gently
- Using the round piping tip, pipe a “hat-band” with frosting around peanut butter cup or marshmallow and a square “buckle.”
- Store airtight at room temperature up to 3 days. Let frosting set before storing.
Oreo Thanksgiving Turkeys
Double Stuff Oreo Cookies
Optional: Red frosting
Optional: black sprinkles for eyes
Thanksgiving Sugar Cone Cornucopias
Take a couple of paper towels, fold them up into a square, wet them, and then ring out most of the water. You want them to be damp, but not dripping. Place your wet paper towels on a microwave safe plate, then place the bottom half of the ice cream cones on the paper towels and cover them up. Two at a time worked the best because you only have a little bit of time to work with them after they come out of the microwave.
Microwave the cones for around 30 seconds depending on the strength of your microwave. You want the ends of the cones to be soft enough to mold without burning the part that isn’t in the paper towel. You also need to re-wet the paper towel after two 30 seconds runs in the microwave.
Here are some suggestions:
Bite size candies such as Runts, Skittles, M&M’s, Candy Corn or Harvest Mix,
All Kinds of Cereal or Chex Mix
Teddy Gramhams, Goldfish & Animal Crackers
Pretzels & Nuts
Anything that will fit in it can be used.
Let your imagination go wild and have fun!
What would you like in yours?