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Oreo Cookie Turkeys (So Easy to Make With Store-Bought Cookies)

Oreo Turkey Cookie Pops


  • Package of vanilla Oreo cookies
  • Package of Nutter Butter mini round cookies
  • Bag of candy corn
  • Pack of candy sticks — You can find these at Michael’s or Walmart
  • Ribbon of your choice for decoration

Royal Icing Ingredients:

  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 cup of powder sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tartar
  • Orange, yellow, and red gel food coloring


Cookie Assembly Directions:

  1. Separate the vanilla Oreo cookies.
  2. Place the half of the Oreo cookie with the filling on a plate.
  3. Add a layer of white royal icing* on top of the cookie filling.
  4. Place four pieces of candy corn with the white end of the candy corn on top of the royal icing.
  5. Place the candy stick on the icing until almost touching the candy corn.
  6. Put the top half of the Oreo cookie on top. (if needed, add more icing to level to the top cookie).
  7. Allow to dry one hour before standing up.
  8. Add the mini Nutter Butter cookie on top of the Oreo cookie.
  9. Use the white icing as the glue to hold the mini cookie to the Oreo Cookie.
  10. Add a small dot of white icing as the eye on the mini nutter butter cookie.
  11. Place a tiny orange icing dot (eyeball) in the center of the white dot (eye).
  12. Add three tiny yellow icing dots, touching each other, for the nose.
  13. Add red icing for the waddle.
  14. Allow to dry for 5-10 hours.
  15. Tie a bow around the candy stick.

Icing Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl mixing on medium speed for four minutes. (except your food coloring)
  2. If icing is not stiff enough, add 1/4 cup powder sugar.
  3. Spoon the icing into a bowl (#1). Take out 4 TBSP of icing add several drops of orange gel food coloring. Mix well.
  4. Spoon the icing into a bowl (#2). Take out 4 TBSP of icing add several drops of yellow gel food coloring. Mix well.
  5. Add several drops of red gel food coloring in a bowl (#3) of 4 TBSP of icing. Stir well to mix the color.
  6. Keep the rest of the icing white.
  7. Spoon the different colors of the icing into individual pastry bags with a #5 tip.
  8. Twist the open end of the pastry bag to force the icing to the tip.

Recipe Notes

We're using homemade icing, but you can use store-bought instead to make things simple!