RUDOLPH DONUTS

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These adorable, no-bake holiday treats are so easy and festive! My inspiration came from a blogger I follow on Instagram named Melissa who runs the Best Friends for Frosting Blog. I’ve put my own spin on these cuties and have made them fully edible (hers use pipe cleaners). Whether you surprise your kids over the holiday break, set them out for a family brunch, or save them to use as a classroom treat next season, these Rudolph donuts are foolproof and fun!

For your convenience, at the bottom of this post I’ve included a printable version of this recipe. Let me know if you end up making these because I’d love to see them!

1) Any store-bought or bakery-bought brown color donuts will work, glazed or not.  For the pretzels, a thinner variety of twist works best.

2) Using a small knife, cut two tiny, flat slits on the upper corners of each donut. Gently place the pretzel antlers inside.

3) Add just a dab of icing on the back of each edible eyeball and “glue” to the top half of donut, under the antlers.You can also draw a little smile face line on bottom half of donut, if desired.

4) Place pink gum ball into the center hole of donut.

 

 

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CLICK  LINK BELOW FOR PRINTABLE RECIPE:

RUDOLPH DONUTS PRINTABLE

Hoping this provides some inspiration for any last-minute dessert trays you might need to bring to a party, or host yourself for Christmas, New Year’s Eve, or any other event you might have. Thanks for reading and happy snacking!

xoxo, JB

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