Thanksgiving Desserts for Kids

Give the kiddos something they'll definitely be thankful for this year - a cornucopia of silly sweets! Clever and cute, these recipes are entertaining and oh-so-easy.

Easy "Acorns"

Give a nod to fall with these Thanksgiving-ready chocolate and butterscotch goodies. Just three steps and you're done!

Cute Apple Turkey

"This was a great project to do with my kids. The apple turkeys made adorable decorations on our holiday appetizer platters. They were a huge hit with the whole family."

-St. Louie Suzie

Rice Krispie Pumpkin Treats

Sweet and colorful, these marshmallow pumpkins are perfect for the kids' table. Roll them up as shown or try spreading the mixture on a sheet and cutting with pumpkin-shaped cookie cutters.

Oreo Cookie Turkeys

"Very cute additions for each place setting. I used Double Stuf Oreos rather than separate the cookies and use additional frosting."

-ms_bold

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Cookies

"The green frosted leaf on the pumpkins really completes the pumpkin patch look. Everyone thought they were so cute."

-carmenskitchen

Mini Thanksgiving Dinner Cupcakes

This dessert may look high-level, but it couldn't be easier with store-bought cupcakes and cookies, icing and just a little creativity using pieces of candy.

Rice Krispie Turkey

"This little turkey is so cool. My kids had fun making them. We only used strawberry Twizzlers for the tail. I love how they look."

-LilPinkieJ

Turkey Cupcakes

"These turned out super cute. My 6- and 9-year-old did them all by themselves and were quite proud of themselves!"

-CandyTX

Easy "Acorns"

Give a nod to fall with these Thanksgiving-ready chocolate and butterscotch goodies. Just three steps and you're done!

Indian Corn Cake

"These cakes were easy, fun and delicious. My 10-year-old sister and I had a great time putting them together, and the whole family enjoyed eating them."

-Hadice

Nutter Butter Turkeys

Kids will have a hard time resisting the urge to gobble up these cookies that call for both Double Stuf Oreos and Nutter Butters.

No-Bake Turkey Cake

Use any cake you like as the base for this eye-catching dessert. The only requirement: lots of tasty cookies in various shapes for your kids to experiment with!

Pilgrim Hat Cookies

"We had these at our preschool Thanksgiving feast and they were a huge hit! The kids loved them, and my 5- and 8-year-olds loved making them all by themselves!"

-Meredith F.

Snoopy Thanksgiving Dinner

Snoopy's silly holiday feast from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving might not fill up your kids, but they'll have a blast putting it together!

Strawberry Turkey Treats

Just five ingredients are all you'll need to create these cute turkey treats that your little guests are sure to gobble up!

Cornucopia Snacks

"My kids had a blast making these for Thanksgiving. They were easy to make and fun to eat."

-Aunt Paula

Bonus: Pumpkin Pie Play Dough

"My kids loved making this dough. The spices made our hands smell exactly like pumpkin pie!"

-**Jubes**