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These adorable Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats are so easy to make, they’ll be gobbled up in no time at all!

It’s finally getting nice and cold here in Alabama. Although next week it’s back up into the 60’s! Ah well, Fall weather or not, I’m still in the mood to create some more fun and adorable Thanksgiving treats and crafts! These Mini Donut Turkeys from the other day came out so darn cute, I just had to make another turkey-themed snack! These Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats are so easy and cute, they’ll be gobbled up in no time at all!

These Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats are so easy and cute, they'll be gobbled up in no time at all!

Everyone loves a craft you can eat. These fun Thanksgiving turkeys treats are made from individual Jello packs, and are sure to put a smile on your child’s face. Plus, they are super easy to make and oh so cute!

All you need is about 15 minutes, and some construction paper, wiggly eyes, scissors and glue, and you are good to go!

Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats Fall snack

Are you ready to see how to make these too-cute turkey-themed treats?

How to Make Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

Supplies to Make Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

Instructions to Make Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

First, cut out the feathers, heads, snoods and beaks. Yep, those red fleshy things next to a turkey’s beak is it’s snood. I never knew that until today! 🙂 Anyway, use the brown construction paper to make the turkey’s heads, orange for the beaks, red for the snoods, and all four colors for the feathers. I used about 10 feathers per turkey treat.

cut out feathers, heads, beaks, and snoods for jello pack thanksgiving turkey treats

Next, using a small dab of glue, attach the eyes,  snood and beak onto each turkey’s head. Then allow the glue to dry completely.

use glue to attach eyes beaks and snood to heads of Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

Now, turn each Jello snack pack right side up, and use the glue to attach the feathers to the lid. I laid my out first to make sure I liked the way the feathers looked before I glued them.

glue Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats feathers to the lids of jello packs

Once the glue has dried, flip the Jello packs upside down and glue the head to the bottom side, making sure that at least 1/2 of the circle sticks up over the edge.

DIY Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats flip upside down glue on heads

Again, allow plenty of time for the glue to dry. Once it is completely dry, that’s it – you’re done!

Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats treats for kids

Aren’t these so much fun!? And they taste good, too! (I couldn’t resist).

fun fall food Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats are a fun Fall food for kids and adults alike. Use them to decorate the Thanksgiving table, send them as a special treat in your child’s lunchbox, or create a bunch for some cute Thanksgiving class treats!

Printable Instructions

Yield: Makes 6 Treats

Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

These Jello Pack Thanksgiving Turkey Treats are so easy and cute, they'll be gobbled up in no time at all!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost $7

Materials

  • Jello Snack Packs
  • Red, brown, yellow, and orange construction paper
  • Wiggly Eyes

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Glue

Instructions

  1. Cut out the feathers, heads, snoods and beaks. Use the brown construction paper to make the turkey's heads, orange for the beaks, red for the snoods, and all four colors for the feathers. I used about 10 feathers per turkey treat.
  2. Using a small dab of glue, attach the eyes, snood and beak onto each turkey's head.
  3. Allow the glue to dry completely.
  4. Turn each Jello snack pack right side up, and use the glue to attach the feathers to the lid. I laid my out first to make sure I liked the way the feathers looked before I glued them.
  5. Allow glue to dry.
  6. Flip the Jello packs upside down and glue the head to the bottom side, making sure that at least 1/2 of the circle sticks up over the edge.
  7. Allow plenty of time for the glue to dry. You're done!

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