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Kids in the Kitchen: Turkey Cupcakes

Making Turkey Cupcakes with my own little turkeys. A fun way to spend an afternoon together and to get in the holiday spirit.

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One of my favorite things to do in the kitchen is to bake with my kids. We make a mess, but we always have a good time. 

Today it was rainy and cold outside, we had a clear schedule (which rarely happens these days), and we decided to make a treat together. We hopped on the computer, went to BettyCrocker.com and found this fun turkey cupcake recipe. We gathered our ingredients and got busy.

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Bake a batch of cupcakes. Cool completely. Add frosting to a plastic bag or a piping bag fitted with a large round tip. Pipe the frosting around the cupcake, then mounding it to look like the head of the turkey. turkey-cupcakes_4
Add white decorating icing to make eyes, press chocolate chips or brown decorator gel to make eye balls. turkey-cupcakes_5
Add candy corn to the back of the turkey for feathers. Sprinkle with chocolate sprinkles at the base of the feathers. Add a candy corn for the beak. turkey-cupcakes_7
They are very serious turkey makers. They take their cupcake decorating very seriously. turkey-cupcakes_18
Show off your turkey creations. turkey-cupcakes_24

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