Fudge-Striped Turkey Cookies — GF/EF/PF

*This post was sponsored by Goodie Girl Cookies; all opinions are my own, as always*

Whether you were diagnosed celiac or with a food allergy/intolerance, I guarantee you can imagine the Keebler Fudge Stripe Cookies. Remember them?

I always wondered: why are gluten free, allergy friendly cookies as cute as their gluten counterparts?

Well, thanks to Goodie Girl, now they are! They recently released their fudge striped cookies which are gluten free, egg free, and peanut free {they contain dairy and soy, but not soybean oil– so they’re safe for me}.

Goodie Girl Fudge Striped Cookies

And they’ve made the commitment to purity protocol oats for their oat flour in the Fudge Striped {and the rest of their cookies!}. Hallelujah.

According to Alyssa, their social media coordinator:

“Yes, our supplier uses Purity Protocol.  Avena Foods has documentation on how they practice Purity Protocol when growing, milling and transporting the oats used in our products.”

For those interested in the ingredients:

Goodie Girl Fudge Striped Cookie Ingredients

So, I set out to make an adorable, 3-dimensional treat for a Friendsgiving I recently attended. Everyone exploded with smiles– the best part of sharing a meal.

Gluten Free Fudge-Striped Turkey Cookies

Alright, here’s your to-do list:

  1. See below for the simple recipe {always check ingredients for the other parts of the recipe!}
  2. Stop by your local Walmart to snag these bad boys…ahem girls…or order them online where they’re 15% off until November 30th!
  3. + as always, I’m running a giveaway over on Instagram so you can create some holiday treats! Perhaps some melted snowmen cookies or reindeer or menorahs? Get creative!

Take it easy, but take it.

Fudge-Striped Turkey Cookies — Gluten Free/Egg Free/Peanut Free

Category: Product Reviews, Recipes

Servings: ~20


  • 1 box Goodie Girl Fudge Striped Cookies
  • 1 box Cella's Chocolate Cherries {or any turkey body you like!}
  • Melted baking chocolate of choice
  • Candy Corn
  • White + Black frosting pens


  • Slice off bottom of each cookie to make a flat edge.
  • Use melted chocolate to adhere Cella's candy body, align to center of flat edge.
  • Use melted chocolate to adhere candy corn, point side toward flat edge {hold in place until dry!!}
  • Put in fridge for 30 minutes to cool.
  • Remove from fridge and dot white, then black, at top of candy corn for eyes.
  • Keep in fridge until serving!



The girl behind A Different Survival Guide. Known on social as breezygfreezy.

  • Amanda

    These are crazy creative! We love the Goodie Girl Fudge Stripe cookies.

    • Brianna

      Thank you so much! I do too-- and now I have a purity protocol oatmeal raisin to love too!

  • Kelly

    I haven't heard of these cookies, but I love what you've done with them. Super creative!

    • Brianna

      They're brand new! And quite tasty-- not to mention reminiscent of childhood!

  • Kortney

    Oh my word those turkeys are adorable! So great that they are making sure the oats are safe. I never realised how much of a problem they can pose.

    • Brianna

      I am so grateful they've made the decision to go with what's safest for the community!

  • Such a clever treat using cookies! And just in time for Thanksgiving.

    • Brianna

      And a quick creation too, for everyone who's scrambling :)

  • Nicole Dawson

    Such a cute idea using Goodie Girl cookies!

    • Brianna

      Thank you, Nicole!

  • Leslie

    My kids will gobble up those cute turkeys in no time! I love Goodie Girl Cookies. The fudge stripe ones are great.

    • Brianna

      I'm a total kid at heart-- I love food in shapes!

  • Sharon @ What the Fork

    I always love these creative ideas! My girls would have a blast making these!

    • Brianna

      It's such a fun activity!

  • Jereann Zann

    I had no idea they use purity protocol oats, how awesome!! These 3d turkeys look delicious and so cute!!

    • Brianna

      I didn't either until I chatted with them recently! So excited.

  • Megan

    What a fun food craft. I've never heard of those cookies--glad to know of them!

  • Sandi

    These are super cute turkey cookies :-). I was so excited to see these cookies in Walmart.

    • Brianna

      I agree! Can't wait to find them in more stores!

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