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Rudolph Donut Holes

These Rudolph Donut Holes are so much fun and easy to make with the kids! Perfect for Christmas morning or holiday parties!

Rudolph Donut Holes

You don’t need to think too hard of what to make as a treat for the kids over the holidays. These Rudolph donut holes are just want the kids want. You can make your own donut holes from scratch or just buy a box from the store or your local donut shop. A few supplies are all you need to assemble these reindeer donut holes.

how to make Rudolph Donut Holes

I like to lay everything out and create an assembly line or you can also set up a station for each kid of all the supplies. These would also make some great gifts to give to friends and family from the kids. 

Other Variations & Tips

  • You can tip the donut holes into melted chocolate. Add the pretzel pieces as antlers before the chocolate hardens and allow them to cool before decorating the face.
  • Can also use mini Red M&M’s for the nose. Add a drop of icing to the back of the M&M and attach it to the donut hole.

Rudolph Donut Holes for kids

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What You Need to Make Rudolph Donut Holes

  • Donut holes – You can use any donut holes of your choice. For this tutorial we chose glazed donuts.
  • Small pretzel twists
  • Black Icing Color
  • Red Icing Color
  • Candy eyes

How to Make Rudolph Donut Holes

Break the pretzels in half to make them look like little antlers. Stick a pretzel antler on each side of the donut hole.

Attach the candy eyes by putting a drop of the black icing on the back and sticking them to the front of the donut hole.

reindeer donut holes

Draw on a nose in the center just below the two eyes using the red icing.

Repeat the process for however many donut holes you’d like to have.

Rudolph Donut Holes

Rudolph Donut Holes

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

These Rudolph Donut Holes are so much fun and easy to make with the kids! Perfect for Christmas morning or holiday parties!

Ingredients

  • Donut holes
  • Small pretzels
  • Black Icing Color
  • Red Icing Color
  • Candy eyes

Instructions

    1. Break the pretzels to make them look like little antlers. Stick a pretzel antler on each side of the donut hole.
    2. Attach the candy eyes by putting a drop of the black icing on the back and sticking them to the front of the donut hole.
    3. Draw on a nose in the center just below the two eyes using the red icing.
    4. Repeat process for however many Rudolf Donut Holes you’d like to have.

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