You will need:
one stick of butter
bag of powdered sugar
green food coloring
two stick pretzels
one box of Honey Bunches of oats
a few round sprinkles
I made a simple frosting by melting butter, adding a teaspoon of vanilla, and adding powdered sugar until it was the right consistency. That was the base of the turkey body. I then slightly melted a caramel in the microwave. Roll it out with a rolling pin to make a sheet of caramel. Using a biscuit cutter, or the rim of a water glass, cut out a circle in the caramel. Wrap this around the frosting body and shape it so it looks like a turkey. Put a blob of frosting at the end so you can stick the "stuffing" on.
Using another caramel, wrap the end of a pretzel stick to make the legs. You have to shape them a bit. Break off the other end of the pretzel so it is an appropriate length. With a toothpick, dab on a bit of the frosting so the ends are white to look like the paper coverings.
In a small bowl melt a bit of the frosting until it is almost a liquid. Put in some green food coloring until it resembles lettuce coloring. Put the flat pieces of cereal in and gentle mix them until they are covered in green. Set them on waxed paper until the frosting cools and is no longer liquid. Do the same with some sprinkles.
Stick the "bunches of oats" on the frosting blob to look like stuffing. Add in the green sprinkles. tuck the lettuce garnish under the body of the turkey. Touch the legs of the turkey with a drop of water to make it sticky and attach the legs. Now you have an adorable decoration that can go on any pie and spice things up! Happy Thanksgiving!