Turkey Pops and Caramel Apple Shooters for your Thanksgiving Meal

Make life sweeter this Thanksgiving with delicious, turkey day themed treats from Mrs. Freshley’s. These desserts would be a perfect addition to your holiday family feast.

Creating semi-homemade desserts to impress holiday guests doesn't require a day of slaving away in the kitchen. Mrs. Freshley's has created two Thanksgiving-inspired treats that are sure to WOW guests without all the added stress.

Turkey Pops would be a fun recipe for your children to help you with on Thanksgiving!

3-4 packs of Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Icers
Chocolate icing
Piping bag with orange and red icing
Chocolate melts
Candy eyes
Candy Corn
Cake Pop Sticks

Tear Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Icers cakes and roll to form into a ball shape for the cake pop.
Use chocolate icing to help form cake pops if needed
Place on cake pop sticks
Melt candy melts, according to package directions
Dip cake pops into melted candy melts
Place in freezer until cool and dry
Using chocolate icing as glue, stick candy corn into the top of the cake pop to create feathers
Place on the candy eyes
Use the piping bag to draw the beak and gobbler

Caramel Apple Shooters is a recipe that will make your taste buds dance and quite possibly do a few back flips!

Here's the recipe for Caramel Apple Shooters:
3 packs of Mrs. Freshley’s Vanilla Icers
3 medium Granny Smith apples
1/4 cup butter
3 tablespoons brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Whipped cream
Caramel topping

Peel and dice the apples into bite sized pieces
Add the apples, butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon to a medium skillet and cook, stirring often to coat the apples in the sauce, for 5 minutes over medium low heat
Remove from heat and cool a bit before assembling the dessert.
Add a generous layer of the bite sized vanilla Icers to the bottom of the bowl and top with cinnamon apples
Layer with whipped cream and caramel sauce

Disclosure: These recipes are provided to you from Mrs. Freshley’s. I was sent product in exchange for this post--no money exchanged hands.

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