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Need Easy Thanksgiving Cookies? Try These Pilgrim Hat Cookies!

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If you need easy Thanksgiving cookies for the kids, these Pilgrim Hat Cookies take the prize!

And seriously, if you’re looking for easy Thanksgiving dessert ideas, by all means, let your search stop here!

The kids will love that you added these to the Thanksgiving table.

Trust me when I say there will be more than just a few adults who will second that thought.

These Pilgrim Cookies are a holiday favorite!

Pilgrim Hat Cookies-The Easiest Thanksgiving Cookies out there!

Why are these Thanksgiving-themed cookies a must-try?

This is the crown of easy Thanksgiving cookie recipes out there.

1. This recipe involves no baking whatsoever

2. It uses 3 ingredients only

3. Requires a little assembling and decorating, so now major kitchen skills required at all!

4. Best of all, they look adorable and they’re one of those Thanksgiving desserts for kids that everyone loves.

As themed cookies, these work perfectly for your child’s Thanksgiving party at school or even a holiday playdate!

 

How to make Thanksgiving Pilgrim Hat Cookies for your Thanksgiving Celebration.

While I like to use

Keebler fudge cookies,

Reese’s peanut butter cups, and

My homemade cream cheese frosting for everything, using any other brand or a store-bought generic brand will NOT make this recipe any better or worse.

Another reason to love this recipe: it’s a no- fail recipe!

Pilgrim Hat Cookies-The Easiest Thanksgiving Cookies out there!

Need Easy Thanksgiving Cookies? Try These Pilgrim Hat Cookies!

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Easy Pilgrim Hat Cookies- No Bake Thanksgiving cookies

Ingredients

  • 1 pack Striped fudge cookies Keebler or any generic brand
  • 1 pack of refrigerated Peanut Butter Cups The small cups- Reese's or any other brand
  • Yellow icing I cheated and used a store bought Wilton tube

Instructions

  1. Turn the cookies, chocolate side facing up Pilgrim hat cookies
  2. Add a dab of icing to the larger base of the Peanut Butter Cup
  3. Gently place it on top of the cookie base.
  4. Now draw a rim to your Peanut Butter Cup's base with the icing 
  5. Draw a pretty square/rectangle-shaped buckle.
  6. If preparing this ahead of time, place your prepared Pilgrim Hat Cookies in the refrigerator till it's time for the get-together, that way you don't stand the risk of the chocolate melting.

It seriously can’t get easier than this!

As the kids enjoy these treats, pass out the Thanksgiving Coloring and Activity Book and print off these Thanksgiving Coloring Pages as well.

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Download your Thanksgiving Bundle HERE!!

 

If you would prefer to go outdoors and enjoy the cooler weather, don’t forget to print off the Fall Scavenger Hunt .

Perhaps, for some indoor fun, you could pull out the

Oooh, and don’t forget to print off the Thanksgiving Coloring and Activity Placemats for your dinner table!

There’s an activity for everyone to enjoy!

 

 

20 Comments

  1. What a fun idea, I just love these. Especially since they are so easy to make with only 3 ingredients. This would make a great activity to do this weekend while I’m babysitting!

  2. I love this! They’re so cute, and no baking, that I can TOTALLY get behind right about now. 😉

  3. I love these. I use to make them for my kids school, but then they went peanut free.

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  4. Those are really cute and something my girls could make… they’d love to do this.

  5. Cute and so simple! This would be a fun before Thanksgiving Dinner afternoon activity for the kiddos.

  6. Amazing! These look so good and I think I’m ready to try them out with the kiddies today!! Thanks for sharing this!

  7. Thanks for sharing, I’m going to use these for St. Patty’s Day for her class. Just trimmed in green. Great idea.

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