Thanksgiving Turkey Snack Bags

These Thanksgiving Turkey Snack Bags are perfect for school parties, play dates, long holiday road trips and most importantly the kids table on Turkey Day!

Thanksgiving Turkey Snack Bags! Perfect for the Kids Thanksgiving Table!

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Do you travel for Thanksgiving or do you stay local?  We are heading up North back to MN this year and I thought these cute treats would be fun to surprise the boys with these turkey snack bags along the way.

For Michael’s Halloween party we filled the gloves with just popcorn as “Spooky Hands” complete with a spider ring on the ring finger.  One was laying the table in a way that resembled the shape of a turkey and I thought “duh!”  How many cute turkey crafts have you seen where you use your child’s hand as a turkey!  I knew I could make them in snack form also!  The colored goldfish were just the ticket!

Supplies Needed for Turkey Snack Bags:

I just popped one of our favorite 100 calorie snack popcorn bags and when it was cool, I got to work on the turkey snack bags!  I filled the four fingers with the colored gold fish.  You could also separate colors but I didn’t have time for that!  LOL!  After that fill the palm and the thumb with popcorn!  Tie the glove at the bottom!  Voila!

I apparently did have enough time to cut a beak and gaggle out of some felt and glue them on along with a googly eye.  In my house EVERYTHING is better with googly eyes :).

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There you have it!  Cute little turkey snack bags that are both festive and functional!  If you are looking for any other turkey projects, I can offer you my Turkey Napkin Rings and Turkey Place Card Holders!  You can also find all my Thanksgiving and Fall projects if you are interested!  You might want to make this awesome 3 Ingredient Pupmpkin Dip or my Pumpkin Gooey Butter Cake!  Yum!

These turkey snack bags would be perfect on the kids table along with these Thanksgiving Coloring Books from Happiness is Homemade!

Thanksgiving Kids Coloring and Activity Book Free Printables

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76 Responses
  • Bonnie @ Uncommon Designs
    November 27, 2013

    These are absolutely adorable Cheryl!:)

    • Lois
      November 6, 2015

      awesome !

  • Emily
    November 27, 2013

    Very cute idea, friend!!

    Have a a Happy Thanksgiving!

  • marissa | Rae Gun Ramblings
    November 29, 2013

    So stinkng cute! Pinned. thanks for linking up to the block party :)

  • Rachel (Lines Across)
    December 1, 2013

    These are seriously the cutest things ever (and genius!)! My kids are obsessed with handprint turkeys, so I might have to make these for them year round!

  • Heather - dollarstorecrafts
    December 20, 2013

    These are super cute & very clever!

  • Hollie Hall
    October 31, 2014

    Great idea!! I now know what I’m making for give away bags for Thanksgiving!! Cute!!

  • Shelly
    November 5, 2014

    Cute! Just wondering where you find gloves without that white powdery stuff?

  • Becky
    November 10, 2014

    im looking everywhere and cannot find the clear gloves. Where do I go to get them??

  • Sara
    November 10, 2014

    I know this is a ridiculous question… but where did you buy the gloves? I couldn’t find them at my grocery store. They only had powdered gloves.

  • clarissa
    November 10, 2014

    These would make perfect treat bags for my preschool co-op group! Can’t wait to put them together!

  • Victoria Lake
    November 11, 2014

    LOVE these! Any idea for a popcorn replacement? My oldest has braces and can’t do popcorn. Thanks for the idea!!

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      November 14, 2014

      Victoria, they make “puff corn” It tastes just like popcorn but no kernals or shells…kind of like cheeze puffs but popcorn flavored and colored! Maybe try that!

  • Cristin
    November 12, 2014

    Where did you find the gloves? I looked at walmart and could not find them! Cute treat!

  • Desiree
    November 13, 2014

    OMG I’m so glad I saw this! We will be flying to AZ for Thanksgiving with our 2 year old daughter and this would definitely keep her occupied for a while.

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      November 14, 2014

      Safe Travels Desiree! We fly to Phoenix every March…I might just make them in March too :)

  • Aubrey
    November 13, 2014

    Hi, I am wanting to take this for my sons preschool snack but I can’t find the plastic gloves anywhere…any chance you could share where you found them? Thanks!!

  • Diana
    November 21, 2014

    Did you use regular Elmer’s glue? For the googly eyes & beak? Thanks

  • Diana
    November 22, 2014

    Did you glue the googly eyes and beak before or after filling them?

  • Tavette
    November 23, 2014

    I made the Halloween hands YEARS ago – but leave it to you to see a turkey. Great idea. Love seeing new stuff and thanks to you – another wonderful, quick, easy, inexpensive treat to impress the kids. Thanks so much for posting.

    Tavette – S. Florida

  • lissa
    November 24, 2014

    I tried making these and the kids loved them, but… I can’t get the googly eye to stay on the glove. As soon as it dries it doesn’t take much for it to peel off :( I used Elmer’s glue, what worked with yours?

  • Kylee
    October 27, 2015

    Where did u get the plastic glove bags from?

  • Amanda T
    November 5, 2015

    Oh How cute! Great for kids waiting on food.

  • Jennifer
    November 7, 2015

    Thanks for sharing! I have featured you on my blog with a round up of other fun Healthy Snack ideas for children

  • Ashley
    November 14, 2015

    Got all the materials to make these! What gel did u use to glue beak and googly eyes?

  • taylor
    November 16, 2015

    did you just use elmers glue to stick on the eyes and the felt pieces?

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      November 16, 2015

      Yes! We made these this weekend and we used Elmer’s! Just be sure to let them dry well!

      • Mara Chartier
        November 20, 2015

        Where do you get the clear plastic gloves? Is that a Target thing?

  • Ginnie
    November 10, 2016

    Great, easy craft idea for after school care, kids ranging from pre-school to fifth grade. For all those asking about the gloves, they are used for food service and you can also buy them at Costco or Sam’s Club.

  • Tiffany
    November 21, 2016

    Thank you for this! Made these for my 2 year olds Thanksgiving party at school and they were a HUGE hit!

  • Laura Chipman
    November 22, 2016

    Thank you for the fabulous idea! I used it for my preschoolers and posted about it on my preschool blog. I made sure to link the idea back to you. Feel free to check it out if you want. http://www.chipmanscornerpreschool.blogspot.com

  • Jennifer
    November 11, 2017

    How do you secure the bag at the bottom? It looks like it is tied but when I did a trial there’s not enough glove left to make a knot.

    • Cheryl Spangenberg
      November 12, 2017

      Hi Jennifer! I just tied them. Maybe don’t fill the turkey’s as full so you have a bit more glove to tie.

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