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Could anything be cuter than this donut snowman treat? Wow all the moms with these fun Christmas party treats!
Do you need an easy dessert for kids? These fun powdered sugar donut snowman treats are not only simple to make, but are super fun for Christmas or Winter! It just takes a few minutes to turn powdered sugar donuts into cute snowman treats. They are so easy the kids can even make them themselves. An activity, and a treat, what could be better!
Christmas is fun any time of year and the winter season is long, so these cute crafts/decorations/snacks all in one are perfect! They are great for bake sales, holiday parties, school activities, snacks, and so much more. All you need are some skewers, some powdered donuts, and a few bits of candy. Think class treat! Or special holiday breakfast! Imagine the kids waking up to these on Christmas morning. It’s hard to have time to crank out a big special breakfast.
Powdered donut snowman in a bag
You can zip them up in a zip lock bag or cello bag and make them the night before. Who wouldn’t love something to eat during all the festivities of buzzing around and seeing what Santa was up to last night? So much fun!
Not only will you get mom points for cuteness, everyone loves little donuts and having a snack at the right time is perfect. And you don’t have to miss the sweet gift opening slaving away in the kitchen, just pop out your bagged up treats and keep enjoying the fun!
For more make ahead Christmas morning breakfast ideas, check these out:
- Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins
- Pumpkin spiced coffee cake with streusel topping
- Lemon raspberry loaf
- Chocolate banana bread
- Spinach egg muffins with bacon and cheddar
Powdered sugar donut snowman
- • Mini Powdered Donuts
- • Candy Eyes
- • Candy Corn
- • Red Rope Candy (sweet tarts rope shown)
- • Kabob Sticks
- • Mini Chocolate Chips
1.Poke 3 mini donuts through the kabob sticks.
2.Place a candy corn into the hole of the top donut to create a snowman nose.
3.Add a candy rope to create a scarf.
4.Wet the backs of the candy eyes and stick them onto the top donut. The powder on the donuts will help keep the eyes in place once wet.
5.Using mini chocolate chips, create a mouth.
And check out these Christmas light cookies are sure to please the holiday table. Or these rice krispie Christmas trees!
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