I am excited to share how we made these Thanksgiving turkey brownies!
Spending time in the kitchen with my boys is one of my favorite things about this time of year! I have so many childhood memories of helping my Papa season his famous Thanksgiving dressing…don’t you dare call it stuffing…and helping my mom make pumpkin pies in the kitchen!
This semi-homemade method is quick and easy enough to keep their attention and is sure to make your littles smile!
Simple Mills brownie mix- we chose this one because it tastes great and since it’s made with almond flour, Mac can eat it too! We grabbed it in the baking aisle at Target.
3 Teaspoons of water
1/2 cup butter or oil
Simple Mills chocolate frosting-You can find this at Target in the baking aisle
1 cup Candy corn
Prepare your brownies per the package instructions, using the eggs, water and butter or oil. Allow them to fully cool and cut into squares.
Frost your brownies.
Place 1 candy corn, yellow end up, at the corner or bottom of your brownie to create a beak for your turkey.
Place two candy eyes on either side of the top of the “beak”.
Place 5-7 candy corns in a semi-circle, yellow end up, above the eyes, to create your turkey’s feathers.
Such a simple idea, but a fun and festive treat that will allow your kids to help in the kitchen and that is sure to make your guests smile!
I hope these turkey brownies make their way into your Thanksgiving celebrations this year!
Thanksgiving Turkey Brownies
- 1 Box of Simple Mills Brownie Mix
- 2 Eggs
- 3 tbsp Water
- 1/2 cup Butter or Oil melted
- 1 cup Candy Corn
- Candy Eyes
- 1 jar Simple Mills Chocolate Frosting
- Make the brownies per the package instructions using the mix, eggs, water, and butter or oil.
- Allow brownies to fully cool and cut into squares.
- Frost brownies using Simple Mills chocolate frosting.
- Place one candy corn, yellow end up, at the corner of your brownie to create a beak.
- Place candy eyes on either side of the top of the "beak".
- Create a semi-circle with your candy corn above the eyes, yellow side up, to create the turkey's feathers.
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