When reader Jennifer saw these delicious cookies, she knew she had to make some.
She’s an activity director at a home for seniors and thought they would love a special treat.
Unfortunately, the grocery store was out of candy corn, and she thought that perhaps M&M’s would be a fine substitute.
No problem. Drop a few M&M’s where the feathers would be, add a little frosting, glop on a little beak….
Do you think the seniors cared if their turkeys had cobbled feathers?
Nah, they probably enjoyed a little cobble gobble.
Turkey cookies recipe? Nailed it.
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Well, yeah. If you’re going to substitute candy that looks totally different than candy corn, they’re not going to turn out to look the same. Half-assed effort = half-assed results.
Geez, Sarah, go out and buy yourself a sense of humour for the holiday season, will you?
They look kind of like the Angry Birds to me…you could always say that’s what you were going for!
They DO look like Angry Birds! :-D
they probably should have used the right materials and they would have nailed it.
Um..wow. Shocked by the internet hate…did they read the part where this was for seniors?…doubt it mattered if it were candy corn or M&Ms…cute craft either way!! plus I think more people would enjoy M&Ms!
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