Donut Snowman Recipe

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Donut Snowman are perfect for kids to enjoy during the Christmas Season or anytime during the winter

I love these cute Snowman Donut on a Stick!  They are perfect for kids to enjoy during the Christmas Season or anytime during the winter.  I think they would be a great addition to any bake sale or breakfast with Santa!  I am actually making these for Christmas morning.  They are an easy breakfast to prepare in advance they would really be cute during the holidays or on a snow day!

Donut Snowman Recipe Tip:

The fresher the donut the harder it will be to thread because they will “crack.”  My suggestion is to leave the mini donuts out uncovered overnight to harden a bit before threading them or use donuts nearing expiration.

I like to serve these donut snowmen with Crockpot Apple Cider or Crockpot Hot Cocoa

Donut Snowman Recipe
 
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Powdered mini donuts
  • Cookie sticks or wooden skewers
  • Orange jelly beans for the nose (or other candy)
  • Green jelly beans for the buttons (or other candy)
  • Strawberry fruit roll-ups for the scarf
  • Black decorating frosting
Instructions
  1. Thread three mini donuts on to the cookie stick or bamboo skewer.
  2. Cut one red (strawberry) fruit roll up into strips and wrap around the snowman as a scarf.
  3. Place two green jelly beans in the holes of the middle and last mini donut for the buttons
  4. Place an orange jelly bean into the top donut hole for the nose
  5. Using black decorating frosting, add the eyes and mouth

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Comments

  1. This would be a cute special Christmas morning breakfast(with some nutritious food items added, though). thx

  2. Maralea says:

    How cute are these! The grandkids would love to help make them.

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