Learn how to create spooky eyeball donuts that will haunt your taste buds and delight your Halloween guests with this easy step-by-step guide.
Nothing says “bite me!” quick like Mini Eyeball Halloween Donuts! You can make these sweet little treats in no time!
This post may have an identity crisis of some sort. We 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 our dilemma here? The struggle is real! Either way, these Halloween donuts are delicious regardless of what you call them!
For all of you moms out there looking for a quick and run Halloween dessert 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!
Ingredients Needed to Make 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!
How to Make Halloween 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.
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.
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 —
- One Minute Microwave Mug Cake Recipe
- Easy Fairy Bread Recipe
- Chocolate Dipped Pretzels & Candy Apples Recipe
- Easy Chocolate Haystacks Birds Nest Cookies Recipe
- Healthy Nut Free Lunches For Kids
Monster Eye Desserts Recipe
- Mini powdered donuts
- Sour gummy rings
- Peanut butter M&M’s
- Royal icing
- 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.
Don’t forget to share your Halloween 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!