Easy Ornament Donut Holes
Join The Newsletter!
SHOP

Ornament Donut Holes

12/17/2012

It’s the final countdown (Cue music). Who’s ready for Christmas? I’m not even close! This week I wanted to bring you a few super easy edibles that can grace your holiday table… if they make it that far! How fun are these ornament donut holes!? Store bought donut holes, sparkling in sugar with a tootsie roll on top! It really is that simple, my friends. No excuses!

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Supply List:

Plain Donut Holes
Glaze (I made mine using 1 cup powdered sugar + 2tbsp milk. Stir until smooth and add more milk if needed to thin. This makes enough for about  1 1/2 to 2 dozen donut holes, depending on their size.)
Sanding Sugar (In various colors for the “bulbs” and gold or silver for the topper)
Tootsie Rolls
White Chocolate, melted

To Make:

Roll a donut hole in the glaze until completely covered using a fork to help it along.

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Carefully lift it out of the glaze, on the fork, and allow excess glaze to drip off. Transfer to your bowl of sanding sugar and roll around until covered. Transfer to a piece of wax paper.

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Cut a Tootsie Roll in half and dip in the glaze. You only need to cover the sides and the top, not the bottom. Roll around in your gold or silver sprinkles until covered.

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY  Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Using a toothpick, place a small amount of white chocolate on the bottom of your tootsie roll. Carefully push aside a small little area of sprinkles on your donut hole and adhere your topper directly to the donut. Let this to set completely. If you don’t, you’ll have sprinkle covered hands and your toppers won’t stick!

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

Ornament Donut Holes | Studio DIY

All photos by Studio DIY

I think these would be such a fun treat for Christmas brunch! In case I haven’t told you already, Christmas brunch is my favorite meal of the year. All of you who are stuck on the whole Thanksgiving dinner thing, you’re missing out!

Looking for more DIY projects? Check out the full project gallery here! And if you’re looking for some serious holiday cheer, you can get a hefty dose of that right here.

10 comments

Faves From Our Shop!

All Rights Reserved © Studio DIY 2019 - Site by Jane Reaction & Alchemy + Aim

CLOSE
CLOSE
BACK TO TOP