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Molded Turkey & Acorn Butter

How about adding some whimsy to your Thanksgiving table? 


Make your own sculpted butter using a chocolate mold. Don't stop there, feel free to create a cranberry mold as well. Fill the mold with room temperature butter and then smooth.  Refrigerate or freeze overnight.  Pop them out.

I also used my trusty little acorn pan to make mini pats for each guest.

This pan is great for making little acorn cakelets  Add some frosting between the acorn cakelets and stick them together.  Cute Autumn fun!

Use your turkey molds for chocolate, butter and cranberry.  Martha Stewart has a cute Cranberry-Pomegranate Gelatin Mold made from a turkey mold.

TheChocolate Belles is where I bought my turkey mold. Watch the video below to see how they made the chocolate turkey.



If you don't want to make a turkey butter mold, Keller's Creamery makes them.
Walmart, Winco, Whole Foods and Wegmans all carry this sculpted turkey butter. Keller's Creamery is making seasonally shaped half pound butter sculptures.

Happy Thanksgiving to each and every one of you. Enjoy your family and friends.

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10 comments:

  1. OH....I'm heading to Walmart for one of those turkey butters! I love your molds. Happy Thanksgiving!
    Lisa

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  2. Great idea! Love it that WM has already picked up on it too.

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  3. Just darling! Now you have my wheels turning for Christmas, too! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  4. Aww!! I love the acorn mould.. :)

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  5. Ahhhh I have seen the lamb butters at Easter but never a Turkey butter. Love it. Your acorns are great too. Love those little acorn cakes. Yummy and cute all on one plate. Have a great Thanksgiving Linda.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  6. Hi Linda, my sweet friend!
    Those butter sculptures look wonderful on the table!
    Wishing you a wonderful rest of the week,
    Love and hugs, Claudia xo

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  7. Hi Linda, the turkey and acorn molds are just great for Thanksgiving and such a nice touch. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Enjoy your day and weekend.
    Julie

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  8. LOVE it- I do the Christmas tree butter pats at Christmas time but have never seen the acorn/turkey molds. How cute!!! I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful and that your mom has continued on her journey to better health.
    Love to you- xo Diana

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  9. Thanks for sharing such a nice idea.

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