dHere’s the cutest Thanksgiving dessert! Pumpkin Pie Turkeys! Easy to make and easy to eat! Kids and grown ups love this pumpkin pie treat!
Pumpkin Pie Turkeys
If you’re looking for cute Thanksgiving treats EVERYONE will love, try these Pumpkin Pie Turkeys! These little gobblers marry two of the best desserts – pumpkin pie and candy corn! Plus, they have a little peanut butter cup to top it off.
And who can resist a peanut butter cup!!
I’m all about bringing a little whimsy to the Thanksgiving table and these dessert turkeys do the trick. Just like these Candy Pretzel Turkey Bites, these Pumpkin Pie Turkeys are easy to make and look adorable at harvest parties or any time you’re entertaining around Thanksgiving.
Rumor has it that I was cleverly potty trained with candy corn. Not surprising then that it hold a dear place in my heart since I was young.
How To Make Pumpkin Pie Turkeys
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Making these Pumpkin Pie Turkeys is as easy as pie! You’ll need:
Step 1 – Cut Out Circles in Pumpkin Pie
The easiest way to do this is by using a biscuit cutter. You can use a cookie cutter as well, but I like the depth of the biscuit cutter a little better. Cut out as many as you can from your pie. Depending on the size of the pie, you’ll get 4-6 circles.
(Note: this pie was an extra large Costco version 🙂 )
Step 2 – Melt Chocolate Chips and Cut Reese’s Pieces in Half
Step 3 – Attach Peanut Butter Cup to Pumpkin Pie
After you’ve unwrapped your peanut butter cup, affix it to your pumpkin pie circle narrow side down on the lower half with a little melted chocolate.
Step 4 – Attach Candy Eyeballs and Reese’s Pieces
On top of the peanut butter cup, attach two candy eyeballs with melted chocolate. Then take half a Reese’s Pieces and attach it long ways under the eyes with chocolate to make the beak.
Step 5 – Apply Candy Corn Feathers
Place 5 pieces of candy corn at the top of the circle to form tail feathers, narrow side pointing down.
Let the chocolate harden and serve!
Tips for Making Pumpkin Pie Turkeys
- As I mentioned, I like a 1.5 inch biscuit cutter to make the round turkey bodies, but a round cookie cutter of the same size will also work.
- These Pumpkin Pie Turkeys will last a couple days in the refrigerator, but serving them soon after making them is best.
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Pumpkin Pie Turkeys
Here's the cutest Thanksgiving dessert! Pumpkin Pie Turkeys! Easy to make and easy to eat! Kids and grown ups love this pumpkin pie treat!
- 1 9-inch pumpkin pie
- 1/4 cup chocolate chips melted
- 4 mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
- 8 candy eyeballs
- 2 orange Reese's Pieces halved
- 20 candy corn
Using a 1.5 inch biscuit cutter, cut out circles in pumpkin pie.
Melt chocolate chip in microwave for approximately 30 seconds or until soft. Unwrap Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
Using melted chocolate, attach a Peanut Butter Cup to pumpkin pie narrow side down on the lower half of the circle.
On top of the Peanut Butter Cup, attach two candy eyeballs with melted chocolate. Then take half a Reese's Pieces and attach it long ways under the eyes with chocolate to make the beak.
Place 5 pieces of candy corn at the top of the circle to form tail feathers, narrow side pointing down. Let the chocolate harden in the refrigerator for 5 minutes and serve!
Nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using a recipe nutrition label generator.
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