You know you are an empty nester when you buy bumble bee costumes for your dogs! Yep, and if you have a dog-friendly neighborhood there is likely talk of a canine parade.
Just look at how happy Chloe and Elliott were when I dressed them up last year.
They look way more excited than when this child wore a box. Any guesses what he was (besides mad) for Halloween that year?
Leave your response in the comments!
In Colorado, Halloween usually brings snow and frigid temps! With a few Halloween parties on the calendar, I always include Halloween-themed donuts in the dessert lineup. Here is how to make Halloween donuts in a minute.
HALLOWEEN DONUTS IN A MINUTE
Every year, I plan to make a Pinterest-worthy Halloween dessert. And, every year I realize I lack the patience and talent.
HALLOWEEN DONUT DETAILS
These Halloween Donuts take a minute to prepare and you only need 2-3 items from the baking aisle.
These Halloween donuts are fun, easy, and guaranteed to get a reaction from a crowd from ages one to 101. And, kids and families of all ages can join in the fun. It’s foolproof and fun-packed for all ages and stages.
HALLOWEEN DONUTS IN MINUTES
- no oven is required to make these donuts
- the ingredient list is in two aisles (bakery & baking aisles)
- flexible ingredients
- all ages and stages can enjoy this fun
- makes for a fun Halloween, bite-size dessert
The best part? All you need is a bag of mini donuts. I bought a few bags of Hostess Donettes.
For the icing, I like the gel icing tubes. They give a little glow! I found the eye candy in the baking aisle!
If you buy the donut holes in the plastic containers in the bakery they are $3.49 or you can head towards the English muffins and buy the Hostess bag of cake donuts for $3.00
I used Halloween-themed cupcake liners to serve as a plate/napkin for the donuts. The cupcake liners reign in the powdered sugar and minimize sticky fingers!
So easy. No cleanup. No sticky counters.
Happy Halloween! Hope these Spooky Donuts show up in your kitchen!
Looking for a fun autumn cookie, check out these monster cookies. It’s an easy alternative to sugar cookie cutouts! And this Halloween theme Chex mix was a winner in my boys’ college care packages for them and their roommates.
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