Monday, November 20, 2017

Pretzel Rolo Turkeys


Cissy and I did a fun edible treat recently.  Aren't these Turkey candies adorable?  Let's enjoy a couple with a cup of tea, shall we?



Pretzel Rolo Turkey

I saw these cute turkeys somewhere on the internet, and Cissy and I had fun making them. They're a little messy to do, but aren't they cute?

ingredients:


  • Small round  pretzels (we used leftover pumpkin shaped ones)
  • Rolos
  • Googly candy eyes
  • Yellow (we used orange and red, too) M&M's or Reese's Pieces

instructions:


  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees. 
  2. Place the pretzels on  a parchment lined baking sheet.  Unwrap the Rolo candies  and place one on each pretzel. 
  3. Put the baking sheet in the oven for about 1 minute, just to get the Rolo a little melty.
  4. Place  the googly candy eyes towards the upper part of the Rolo.  Add the M&M, or Reese's Pieces for the beak, and then place three Candy Corn in the back of the Rolo for the feathers.
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Look what Cissy was able to take home to her family!

I recently had the happiness of attending the Thanksgiving Lunch with my daughter and Cissy.

I also was happy to watch Harper's adorable Thanksgiving program and Feast, with my daughter-in-law.  Baby Hayden was busily sleeping away!


I am sharing this with these lovely parties:



31 comments:

  1. The turkeys turned out cute and look like fun to make! Happy Thanksgiving Kitty-enjoy:@)

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  2. Aren't those the cutest things ever? The kids would love these!!! xo Diana

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  3. So cute and delicious!Such wonderful and unique moments with your beautiful family!Great photos!Hugs and happy Thanksgiving!

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  4. Oh my word, Kitty - those are so cute! And the smiles on your faces - priceless. I am so happy you are able to enjoy these precious moments.

    Have a wonderful week - and a wonderful Thanksgiving! Hugs and love! ♥

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  5. How adorable! I know these were a big hit! It is wonderful to see you having such special moments with your girls :)
    Jenna

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  6. Just adorable Kitty! The turkey treats and the smiling faces of your family! Wishing you all a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

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  7. What a cute treat! I've noticed some American bloggers attended Thanksgiving events/lunches at their grandchildren's schools. Is this a common practice in the States? We never did that up here...

    Happy Thanksgiving, Kitty!

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  8. Hi Kitty, I love those cute pretzel turkeys and I know you and Cissy always have a fun time baking together! Thanks for sharing this recipe at C&C with J&J.
    Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.
    Julie

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  9. Those pretzel turkeys are really cute. I know I would enjoy one; especially the Rollo! ;-) It's so nice to get out and enjoy these events with your family. Precious times. Happy Thanksgiving, dear Kitty! Hugs...Sandi

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  10. I never realized how much Cissy favors you, Kitty! What a gorgeous three-generation picture. Cissy always beams, but she looks especially happy to have both her mother and grandmother in attendance. Harper and her mommy are as cute as can be! Cute creations...

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  11. Ahhhh, so cute. Rollos are wonderful. you and Cissy have way too much fun. Love to see you both making memories.

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  12. Kitty, love the sweet Thanksgiving setting. Those little turkeys are adorable. Lovely family, enjoy the holiday........

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  13. Kitty, what sweet pictures of you and your family! And those turkeys are adorable. They look like cartoons! xo

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  14. Oh, how wonderful! It looks like you have had a busy week and time, but you look so happy! Thank God for those special moments, and I hope they continue right on through the Thanksgiving holiday, sweet friend, God bless you! Praying for you!

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  15. These are so cute, Kitty! Looks like you and Cissy had some fun with these. Look at all those sweet faces. I can really see the lovely family resemblance between you and your daughter and little granddaughters. Your daughter-in-law is lovely, too. Such a special time - hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Hugs xo Karen

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  16. What adorable creations...I just love your Cissy's smile when she shows off her work! Great photos of your girls...making special memories for them all.

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  17. Well, Kitty, this is a feast for the eyes, and I'm not talking about the turkeys (although they look good too!). All you ladies have the brightest smiles and what appear to be very happy hearts in these photos. I'm happy for you to be able to spend time with your kids. I can only imagine Cissy introducing you to her friends at the lunch table!
    Happy Thanksgiving, Kitty.

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  18. Hi Kitty,
    these are the sweetest little candies. I saw them on Pinterest first and then your photo on FB and they caught my eye because I love ROLOS! If I have some extra time I am going to make these. They will add some whimsy to the Thanksgiving table for sure! Btw, you have a beautiful family! Happy Thanksgiving Kitty!

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  19. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Stop! Those are so stinkin' cute!!! Sounds like your holidays are off to a fun and busy start.

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  20. Oh Kitty, the pictures of you with your family brought such a sweet smile to my face :)

    And those turkeys are just the cutest! What adorable and tasty treats!

    I hope to email you soon, but wanted to let you know that sadly, we won't make it to Texas this year...how I would have LOVED to visit you.

    Much love to you, my friend!

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  21. I had a chuckle at your turkey treats Kitty...I used to make them with my kindergarten class when I was teaching...the kids loved them...and your granddaughter obviously does too! Loved seeing the family as well! Have a very Happy Thanksgiving and thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea.
    Ruth

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  22. Hi Kitty, Oh these sweet turkey candies are so cute and I am sure delicious. How fun to make these fun treats with sweet Cissy. She sure looks happy sharing the plate she took home to her family. Love the photos of you with your family. Special memories made and happy times. Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving my friend and love to you always. xo

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  23. These are too cute!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  24. I just knew you would be sharing something FUN! How cute! And great photos of you and family. Enjoy your week and have a blessed Thanksgiving! Hugs, Diane

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  25. These are so cute, Kitty. Darling photos of you and your girls. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  26. Cute turkeys and what a great project to make with your granddaughter. Love the photo of you and your girls. Happy Thanksgiving from a neighbour up north!

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  27. I'm not a candy eater myself, but those are awfully cute! But not as cute as you and Cissy!

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  28. Oh how my grands will love making these! Thank you for the recipe, XOXO

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  29. Hi Kitty,
    Your Pretzel Rolo Turkeys are just adorable. It is great to spend time with family over the holidays, looks like you all are having a lot of fun! Thanks so much for sharing with us at our Thanksgiving Edition of Full Plate Thursday! Hope you have a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  30. Love your Rolo turkey pretzels. Looks like you have been busy visiting all your kids activities. That is so special. I'm behind on my blog visiting since I had my grands for seven days for the Thanksgiving holiday. I bought prezels, rolos and reeses pieces and never found any candy corn so we didn't make them. We did have a tea party after Thanksgiving and it became a Christmas tea party. Hope to blog about it later.

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