We’ve got a fun kid-friendly Halloween Monster Donuts craft-treat today. Spooky and delicious!
My kids look forward to Halloween all year.
Partly because of the costumes and candy, but mostly because of the treat-making pandemonium that takes place in our kitchen the week before Halloween night.
The kids let all their creative juices loose when it comes to the treats we will serve our guests on October 31st. In fact, most of the Halloween treats I’ve shared here on ASP were inspired by them.
These sweet and sassy Halloween Monster Donuts are a no-bake crafty dessert that kids can make on their own.
All you need is…
- Glazed donuts
- White frosting
- Plastic vampire fangs
- Candy eyeballs
- Jimmies sprinkles
- Sugar sprinkles
- Licorice pastels
These Halloween Monster Donuts can be made earlier in the day for a spook-tacular table display when your guests show up. Or lay all the decorating supplies out on Halloween night and let the kids make their own monsters as a party activity.
To make these Halloween Monster Donuts, simply spread frosting over the top of glazed donuts.
Press plastic fangs deep into the center of the donut hole.
Add candy eyeballs over the fangs.
Cover the frosting with jimmies and sugar sprinkles.
Then add pastels for eyebrows.
Festive, fun, and fabulous.
Halloween Monster Donuts
Yield: 12 donuts
Prep Time:10 minutes
Fun Halloween Monster Donuts – Simple halloween treats using store-bought doughnuts, frosting, sprinkles, and plastic vampire fangs.
- Spread frosting over the top of each donut.
- Press one pair of plastic fangs deep into the hole of each donut.
- Then add two candy eyes above the fangs on each donut.
- Shake jimmies over the frosting of each donut. Add additional sugar sprinkles to fill in the gaps.
- Add licorice pastels as eyebrows.
Yield: 12 donuts, Serving Size: 12
- Amount Per Serving:
- Calories: 453 Calories
- Total Fat: 22.4g
- Saturated Fat: 4g
- Sodium: 194mg
- Carbohydrates: 64g
- Fiber: 1g
- Sugar: 37.9g
- Protein: 2g
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