Halloween Donuts – DIY Monster Eye Desserts

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts — Nothing says “bite me!” quick like DIY Mini Monster Eyeball donuts recipe! You can make these sweet little treats in no time!

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

This post may have an identity crisis of some sort. I couldn’t decide if it was a DIY or recipe considering it’s technically food which would be a recipe.

But you’re not actually cooking anythings, just constructing items. Do you see my dilemma here? The struggle is real!

Either way, these DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts are delicious regardless of what you call them!

For all of you moms out there looking for a quick and run treat for the kids that requires all of 2.5 seconds to make, these are it! 

If you can compile a s’more, then you can definitely make these little monster eyes!

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

Ingredients Needed To Make DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts

Mini powdered donuts

Sour gummy rings

Peanut butter M&M’s

Royal icing — Optional only if you want them stuck together instead of stacked in place!

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

How To Make DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts

1 – All you have to do to make these little, yummy eyes is place a powdered donut down first, then a sour gummy ring, and then an M&M on top!

2 – If you want them all “glued” together instead of just stacked, you can place a little bit of royal icing on the bottom of each layer and let it dry to make mini bites.

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

Wrap Up…

Easy peasy right?! I feel like the easier something is when it comes to “creative” dessert the better!

That or maybe I just think too much about how quickly they’ll be eaten up that I can’t stand the idea of them taking hours to make and a few minutes to eat.

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

Mini Monster Eye Donuts

Don’t forget to share your Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves. We always love seeing all of your creations! Looking for more quick and delicious recipes? You can find them all right here with a few bites to go along with them!

If you find this donut eyeballs recipe fun and easy to make, Check out a few of our other snack recipes from our archives below —

How To Make Halloween Donuts

DIY Mini Monster Eyeball Donuts - sugar and cloth

Monster Eye Desserts Recipe

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5 from 1 vote
These spooky desserts are perfect for your Halloween party! They're easy to make and will definitely impress your guests.
Prep Time30 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course Desserts
Cuisine American

Ingredients

  • Mini powdered donuts
  • Sour gummy rings
  • Peanut butter M&M’s
  • Royal icing

Nutrition

Calories: 548kcal | Carbohydrates: 66.3g | Fat: 28.1g | Saturated Fat: 9.4g | Sodium: 407mg | Fiber: 208g | Sugar: 43g | Calcium: 1mg | Iron: 4mg
Servings: 12
Calories: 548kcal

Instructions

  • All you have to do to make these little, yummy eyes is place a powdered donut down first, then a sour gummy ring, and then an M&M on top!
  • If you want them all “glued” together instead of just stacked, you can place a little bit of royal icing on the bottom of each layer and let it dry to make mini bites.
Cost: $30
KEYWORD: donut eyeballs, halloween monster eyeball donuts

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8 thoughts on “Halloween Donuts – DIY Monster Eye Desserts”

  1. Tastykakes has pumpkin spice mini donuts, just in case you didn’t see them :)

    These are so perfect, my boyfriend’s birthday is Nov 1st and I’m going to make these for Halloween/his birthday.

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  2. These are so cute! Love how simple they are too, they’d look fab on top of cupcakes as well! x

    Megan | http://www.meganjean.co.uk

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