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Itty Bitty Turkey Truffles

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Itty Bitty Turkey Truffles
  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 1 hr 10 min
  • Servings 10
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Itty Bitty Turkey Truffles

Store-bought truffles dressed for Thanksgiving!

Ingredients

1/4
cup milk chocolate candy coating wafers
Sliced almonds
10
milk chocolate truffles
10
autumn candy corn
1
Betty Crocker™ Fruit by the Foot™ strawberry fruit snack

Directions

  • 1 Melt milk chocolate candy coating wafers according to package instructions.
  • 2 Place a small circle of melted candy coating on parchment paper (about the size of a quarter).
  • 3 Press 5 sliced almonds in the melted chocolate circle in a fan shape for the turkey feathers.
  • 4 While the candy coating is still soft, but not hot, place a milk chocolate truffle in the middle of the circle.
  • 5 Let set completely.
  • 6 Cut the tip off of the autumn candy corn.
  • 7 Dip cut end of candy corn into the remaining melted candy coating and attach to the middle of the truffle for the beak.
  • 8 Using kitchen shears, cut a small teardrop shape out of the Betty Crocker™ Fruit by the Foot™ for the turkey’s wattle. Attach under the beak with melted candy coating.
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Store-bought truffles dressed for Thanksgiving!

As prepared by Party Pinching,

When you think Thanksgiving foods, there’s turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie, apple pie…

Where’s the chocolate?

I know, so much food—but you gotta have chocolate, right? Here’s a way to dress up some store-bought truffles for Thanksgiving.

These pudgy little turkey truffles are super easy to make and so freakin’ adorable! Set one on each plate for your guests or make up a whole tray of turkeys!

 

Here’s what you’ll need: milk chocolate truffles, autumn candy corn, sliced almonds, milk chocolate candy coating wafers, a black edible marker and a strawberry Fruit by the Foot™.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

First, microwave the candy coating according to package instructions. Now place a dollop of chocolate onto wax or parchment paper, about the size of a quarter. You can spoon it on, but I used a piping bag. Next place 5 sliced almonds on the melted chocolate in a fan-like pattern for the feathers.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

While the chocolate is still melted, but NOT HOT, unwrap a truffle and stick it in the middle. Let set completely.

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Gather up your autumn candy corn. This is different from your run of the mill average candy corn—it has an orange tip instead of the traditional white tip. Perfect for making turkey beaks! Slice off the tip of the autumn corn for the beak.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

Attach the candy corn beak by dipping in the cut end of the candy into leftover melted chocolate and placing it in the middle of the truffle.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

Cut the Fruit by the Foot™ into small teardrop shapes for the wattle (yeah, I had to Google the name of that red turkey thingy). Wattle is a great name for it!

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

Dip the end of the Fruit by the Foot™ into the melted chocolate and place it under the beak.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

Add 2 dots with a black edible marker for eyes.

itty bitty turkey truffles

 

Now you have sweet turkeys that are almost too cute to gobble!

itty bitty turkey truffles
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