These ‘Turkey’ Strawberries That Went Viral On TikTok Are the Most Adorable Thanksgiving Treat

Thanksgiving dinner is usually pretty much the same every year, and we’re not complaining. We look forward to the traditional dishes served on turkey day – like turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. While recipes will vary and everyone’s favorite side dish might be different, when someone invites you to Thanksgiving dinner, you pretty much know what to expect.

If you want to mix things up this Thanksgiving with a creative twist on the traditional dinner, we think the sweet treat we’re about to show you is perfect. Allow us to introduce you to Strawberry Turkeys.

We discovered this amazingness thanks to TikToker Ella Grace. In her TikTok, which quickly went viral, she shows just how easy it is to give chocolate covered strawberries a very Thanksgiving appropriate twist.

You only need four ingredients to turn strawberries into turkeys. You’ll need strawberries, small pretzel sticks, mini marshmallows and melted chocolate. It also helps to have toothpicks on hand to hold everything together. When you combine these ingredients in just the right why, you’ll have the cutest Thanksgiving turkeys anyone has ever seen.

Watch the video below to see how quickly and easily Ella Grace turns strawberries into turkeys.

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If you need to bring a side dish or dessert to Thanksgiving dinner this year, we think these Thanksgiving turkeys would be a hit. You’d probably want to make a lot though, because we personally know we’d want to eat more than one.

Besides how cute they are and how easy they are to make, another great thing about these strawberry turkeys is that you can make them ahead of time. You don’t have to wait until the last minute. You could assemble them the day before Thanksgiving, or you could put them together in the morning while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Although, if we made them too far in advance, we’d probably end up eating a few before Thanksgiving dinner. Maybe make extra to allow for, you know, taste testing them.

Are you going to try making these strawberry turkeys? What food do you look forward to eating on Thanksgiving? Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year?