In 4H this year, the oldest country kid has taken up a new project, cake decorating. He is so creative and really enjoys making cute cupcakes. This year for the fair, since he loves poultry too, he decided to make turkey cupcakes. And let me just say, I think they turned out totally adorable and they were so easy to make.
He started by making up a batch of chocolate cup cakes. If your not a from scratch person, it is totally fine to us a box mix. Once the cupcakes were cool (you don’t want your icing to slip around) he set to work with a pipping bag. He quickly realized his pipping skills still needed a lot of work, So being an 8 year old boy, he got frustrated and ditched the pipping bag for a regular old butter knife.
He gooped on the icing and made a pile for the head of the turkey. He then simply added two candy eyes to the head along with a candy corn for the beak. The tail was achieved with more candy corn. He also took some brown sprinkles and covered the body of the turkey to make it look like feathers. These bad boys were not labor intensive at all. With just a few well placed pieces of candy, I was impressed with how cute they turned out. The judges at the fair were too, because he got a blue ribbon. Not only did he get a ribbon at the fair, but a few months later, he was honored with a certificate from the 4H counsel for his new found and blossoming skills!!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and I bet your holiday guest would be blown away to see a flock of these award winning little cuties waiting to be devoured. And the best part is there is no tryptophan in these turkeys. While the consumption of too many might make your butt bigger, at least you will not fall asleep on the couch…. well at least until the sugar crash hits!
29 thoughts on “Turkey Cupcakes You’ll Gobble Up!”
Those are cool! My aunt made some owl cupcakes for Halloween that she saw on the cover of Family Circle. I bet she'd like making those turkey cupcakes for Thanksgiving!
If an 8 year old can make them, anyone can!
I read to kids at school and I am always looking for something I can bake for them – this will be perfect. Please tell your son I said thank you very much!!!! Patty
I will Patty 🙂
Those are really neat! The kids will love them 🙂
And that little pile of extra frosting rocks LOL I'm a frosting girl!
A cake boss in the making. Thank you for sharing the cute turkeys at Make It Monday. (You know I thought you had made cupcakes from turkey!)
Wait, what? Like from the meat?!?!?! I'm crazy but even that is taking it a bit far for me LOL
Looks awesome! Thanks for link up at #TYSH!
I'll let the oldest country kid know you said so!
I hope you can share your recipe with my readers too… I post a recipe linky every Friday. Hope to see you there. Have a great weekend.
Thanks for the invite
These are so adorable! He did a great job. I am making some this weekend. Stopping by from the Counting Blessings Linkup. <>< Cathy
Awww thanks for saying so. He was rather proud of himself LOL
These look so deelish! And I'm sure the kids loved them 🙂
Thanks so much for linking up with us last week! Hope you come join us again for this week's Inspired By Me Mondays 🙂
Extra glob of frosting for the head…. of course they did! LOL
Too cute!! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!
awww thanks! 🙂
What an adorable cupcake! Many blessings to you ❤️
Thanks, my son was very proud when he made them.
Those turned out really cute! What a fun project!
We had a great time with them 🙂
These are adorable. My little one would love making these. So pinning them!! Thanks for sharing at the hop.
Thank you. I bet your little one will enjoy eating them too! *wink*
Wow! These are so cute!
Thanks for linking up with the FrugalMommas team! I'm sharing this post out now 🙂
These are so adorable!! Thanks for sharing on the Homestead Blog Hop. I hope we see you again today 🙂
Wouldn't miss it!
These are so cute. I am going to make sure my grandkids get to see this. I think they would love to make them for Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing.
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