The Fruit Kabob Turkey

I think I hear the Hallelujah Chorus singing in the background of this glorious – totally edible turkey.

We had our MOMs (Moms On a Mission) group this past Friday at church and I am in charge of coordinating the food.

Well, I got it into my head that I wanted this turkey from Family Fun.

I started praying that God would send me a willing volunteer.

A Happy Home friend, Michelle, readily agreed to make it happen and I literally jumped out of my skin in worship to the Lord!

I do believe He got great glory from this beautiful (and delicious – after the women worked up the courage to start picking away at such a lovely bird) turkey. :-)

Thanks, Michelle.Happy Fruit Kabob Turkey-ing!

*For complete list of ingredients and directions go HERE.*

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10 thoughts on “The Fruit Kabob Turkey

    • Hey Rena! Isn’t it adorable?! The gal who made this amazing turkey placed it on a large platter and then carefully wrapped cellophane around it – kind of like a big present. The cellophane helped everything to stay in place while traveling! I know your church will love it!

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  6. This looks fabulous! Thank you for posting clear close-up pictures so it’s easy to see all the details, which makes it more enticing to make. Love it!

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