Milk Chocolate Paint A Turkey Kit - 10 OZ

SKU: 121020

$13.00 $26.00
This year, you have full control what you want your turkey to look like!
The ultimate DIY Chocolate Turkey includes (1) Milk Chocolate Turkey, Natural Chocolate Paint Kit and Paint Brushes.

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 INGREDIENTS: Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Unsweetened Chocolate, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla), White Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk, Non-Fat Milk, Milk Fat, Soy Lecithin (an Emulsifier), Natural Vanilla Flavor), Fruit & Vegetable Juice (for color)

Contains: Milk, Soy

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Aunt Anne
Paint your own turkey is a hit!

Kids loved the chocolate and the creative outlet.

William Mattson
Great fun for kids of all agrs

I purchased 3 turkeys for Thanksgiving decorating.
We broke into multi generational teams with seniors, middle age, and little kiddos on each team and made it a contest with judges and prizes.
Everyone loved the fun and of course a few of the kiddos ended up with chocolate on faces also.

Nancy Casella
Thanksgiving fun

My two grandchildren and their two cousins had so much fun together painting their turkeys

Chocolate turkeys! What could be better?!

From the 3-pound turkey centerpiece enthralling my 100-year-old aunt, to the turkey to paint with colorful liquid chocolate and eat, delighting my 6-year-old grandson, to the dark chocolate place setting turkeys for dinner guests, Bissinger's is "da one, da babe!" creating a very happy Thanksgiving for all!

James Sciarini
Turkey painting

I bought some of these for my kids and grandchild. While the grandchild was a little too young to fully appreciate painting, he painted the turkey and himself rather well. and then bit off its head... What fun! The older kids spent just over an hour painting theirs and were all very happy to show them off.
Great times for everyone!

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