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How to Make Harvest Corn Cookies
First, very carefully open up the cookie sandwiches and insert the skewer under the icing. Next, melt the candy according to the package instructions. Add a little melted candy for “glue” on top of the skewer and replace top.
Fact: There are more orange pieces in every Reese’s bag! (ok…so maybe it’s not a fact–but it has been my experience! See? I told you–CORNY!)
Fold green streamer to create “corn husk” look…make a “v” shape leaving a tail on one end to wrap around the end of the stick.
Finally, tie a raffia bow and delight your Thanksgiving Day guests…perhaps set one at each place setting or put them all in a vase for your guests to grab? These cookies were a hit at not only the kids’ table but also with the adults. I mean…who doesn’t love a bunch of Vienna Cookies covered in melted chocolate and Reese’s Pieces made to look like some Fall Harvest Corn??
Wishing you and your family a VERY Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re into making cookie pops then you’ll want to check out my Flip Flop Cookie Pop as well. Need a cute craft for the kids’ table? Why not have them make Fingerprint Turkeys while they wait for the main course?
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