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How to make thanksgiving turkey cakepops

Make Thanksgiving Turkey Cakepops

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INGREDIENTS

Pre heat your cakepop maker

Pre heat your cakepop maker

Take about two tablespoons of the frosting and put it into a small bowl. Do this three times for three bowls

Take about two tablespoons of the frosting and put it into a small bowl. Do this three times for three bowls

Put your red dye in one bowl, yellow in another, and in the last, mix red and yellow together

Put your red dye in one bowl, yellow in another, and in the last, mix red and yellow together

Follow the instructions on the batter box and make the batter

Follow the instructions on the batter box and make the batter

Take two clean spoons and scoop the cakepops you of the maker

Take two clean spoons and scoop the cakepops you of the maker

PLEASE BE CAREFUL! The cakepop maker is very hot! Do not use your hands (or someone else's) to get the cakepops out!

Wow that's gonna be a lot of turkeys!

Wow that's gonna be a lot of turkeys!

Turn on your stove to a very low setting, I might actually set it to 2

Turn on your stove to a very low setting, I might actually set it to 2

Lay down some tin foil

Lay down some tin foil

Melt the chocolate chips

Melt the chocolate chips

Must.....not......eat!

Must.....not......eat!

Cover with chocolate and set on the tin foil

Cover with chocolate and set on the tin foil

Add some candy eyes :)

Add some candy eyes :)

Sorry I forgot to take pictures of these next few steps.

Take the pretzel sticks and break them in half.

Cover one half with red frosting and stick it into the cakepop (when the chocolate is kinda dry, but not fully)

Do the same with the yellow and orange frosting.

And you're done :)

If you liked this guide please go and check out my others :) happy thanksgiving everyone!

  • Cakepop maker
  • White cake mix
  • 2 bags of milk chocolate chips
  • White cake frosting
  • Thin pretzel sticks
  • Red and yellow food dye
  • Candy eyes
  • 3 small bowls
  • Lots of spoons
  • Wax paper or tin foil or plasit wrap