You can’t go wrong with these easy No Bake Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys for Thanksgiving or Christmas! Simple and cute, they’re a hit every time.
Honestly, where did November go?!
We swear that we just blinked for a second, and now it’s Thanksgiving!
Don’t get us wrong.
But we’re just a little astonished (and way, way underprepared).
Luckily, we have a token last-minute Thanksgiving recipe or two.
And one of them happens to involve snacking on No-Bake Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys.
Would you really expect any less from us?!?
Ingredients and Materials Needed to Make Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys
Fudge stripe cookies — Cut into halves.
White royal icing — Optional
How to Make Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys
Step 1 – Cut the tops off of the strawberries.
Making sure that you cut the “back” flat so that the tail stands upright.
Step 2 – Dip and cover the strawberries in the melting chocolate and place them on wax paper.
Step 3 – Once the chocolate is almost dry (but still sticky), press half of a fudge stripe cookie onto the back on the strawberries to make the feathers.
If you have any excess chocolate on the side of the turkeys, use a butter knife to cut it off.
Step 4 – Then, press a candy corn on the tip of the chocolate covered strawberry to make the beaks.
Step 5 – You can put eyes on them with royal icing.
But we like to keep it simple, especially since they never last long.
Recipe Notes and Tips for Making Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys
How do you store chocolate covered strawberry turkeys?
You can store chocolate-covered strawberry turkeys in the fridge for up to a week.
Just be sure to put them in an airtight container so they don’t dry out.
Can I make gluten-free turkey chocolate-covered strawberries?
Yes, you can make chocolate-covered strawberries that are gluten-free.
Simply substitute the chocolate for a gluten-free variety and the turkey for a gluten-free cookie alternative.
Can I make these allergy friendly?
Yes, it is totally possible to make this Thanksgiving dessert allergy friendly.
You can use any vegan cookie. And Back to Nature actually makes plant-based fudge striped shortbread.
There are also many vegan melting chocolate options that you can find at the grocery store or online.
How far in advance can you make the turkeys?
You can make chocolate-covered strawberry turkeys up to two days in advance.
Simply store them in an airtight container in the fridge until you’re ready to serve.
More Thanksgiving Recipes To Try
Not only are these perfect for snacking on throughout Thanksgiving (and the few days before and after, ughm..), but they also make really cute hostess gifts!
- Family Famous Air Fryer Turkey
- Easy Thanksgiving Punch Recipe
- No Bake Gingersnap Pumpkin Pie
- DIY Thanksgiving Turkey Macarons
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Turkeys Recipe
- Wax paper
- 6 strawberries
- 1 cup melting chocolate
- 6 candy corn
- 6 fudge stripe cookie cut into halves
- 1 cup white royal icing Optional
- Cut the tops off of the strawberries, making sure that you cut the “back” flat so that the tail stands upright.
- Dip a few strawberries in the melting chocolate and place them on wax paper.
- Once the chocolate is almost dry (but still sticky), press half of a fudge stripe cookie onto the back to make the feathers.If you have any excess chocolate on the side of the turkeys, use a butter knife to cut it off.
- Press candy corn on the tip to make the beaks.
- Optional: Dab dots of royal icing for the turkey eyes.
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