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Turkey Chocolate Sucker DIY with Candied Decorations

Make a DIY Turkey chocolate sucker with only a few supplies to add a yummy addition to your Thanksgiving desert table.
Thanksgiving Turkey Chocolate Sucker DIY by Kims Kandy Kreations
Does anyone else remember the Adam Sandler song about Turkey?  I feel like I've been singing it all day long as I made these chocolate Turkey suckers.  Or maybe I'm like Bubba from Forrest Gump "Turkey Suckers...Turkey Caramel Apples...Turkey Place Card Holders...Turkey Cake Box...." since I feel like most of my blog posts lately have involved Turkeys.

But I have to admit, that I just love these turkey chocolate suckers.  They are the cutest things and will make a great addition to my Thanksgiving dessert table, especially since they are not Pumpkin Pie related.

All you need to make these turkeys is this Candy Turkey Chocolate Sucker mold, some milk chocolate Candy Cocoa MeltsLollipop Sticks , and a package of M and M candies.

DIY Melted Milk Chocolate Wafers

Start by melting your chocolate in the microwave on 50% power for 2 minutes.  Stir your chocolate and repeat.  Keep an eye on it since you don't want it to burn.  Trust me, burnt chocolate is HORRIBLE smelling.

Add chocolate to a sucker mold

Once you have your chocolate melted, spoon some into your turkey sucker mold and add your sucker stick.  Turn the stick in the mold base to coat it completely.  Now tap the mold carefully on the counter to bring all the air bubbles in the chocolate to the top.

Place your mold into the refrigerator for 10 minutes to set.  Pop out the sucker from the mold when the back side looks clear and the chocolate has slightly pulled from the mold.

Add candy to a Turkey chocolate sucker

Dip the end of one of your sucker sticks into the melted chocolate and tap it into 3 of the indentions in the turkey sucker.  Quickly add 3 different colored M and M candies on to the chocolate.  I don't like to see the "M" on the candies, so I turn it upside down.  Only work in small sections so the chocolate doesn't harden up before you can get the M and M on.

It won't take long, but once the candies are on your sucker, use a little bit of cling wrap or a small bag, and tie it on the turkey sucker with a matching bow.

Milk Chocolate turkey Sucker with M and M Candies

Now you have a chocolate turkey that will be a wonderful addition to your Thanksgiving dinner as a dessert, a party favor, a place card, or as a Thank you gift.

If you are looking for more fun Thanskgiving party ideas, check out these great ideas.


  1. Thank you so much for stopping by and adding your post to our Bloggers Brags Weekly Pinterest Party. I love your post, I love your Turkey Chocolate Suckers. I can't wait to try them out.

    Thanks Again for sharing your post with us! I can't wait to see more from your site!

  2. Love your turkey suckers! Thanks for sharing at Throwback Thursday!

  3. This will make a great favor for your Thanksgiving guests. Thanks so much for sharing with this week's Throwback Thursday party.

  4. These look so yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  5. My kids would got nuts for these! thanks for linking to Less Laundry, More Linking party!

  6. I love these! I saw these linked up at the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party, but today I am coming over from Family Fridays link up!

  7. These chocolate turkey suckers are great! Thanks so much for sharing at the Krafty Inspiration Thursday party
    Have a wonderful weekend
    Maria @ Krafty Cards etc.

  8. Yummy and cute! Thanks for sharing at the Foodies and Crafties Soiree!

  9. These look awesome! You know, I can't recall the turkey song but I just sang the red hooded sweatshirt song to my husband the other day - as he was of course wearing a red hooded sweatshirt - and he had never heard it! I love Adam Sandler. Stopping by from Family Friday link up1

  10. Those looks SO yummy! Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing on Family Friday's Link-Up Party!