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  • Serves 2
  • 2 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients

21 Comments

A cute Halloween treat that’s quick and easy to make. Choose pink donuts and you can make them into Halloween Shopkins as a vampire version of Delish Donut.


Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 2 pink donuts
  • 4 choc bits
  • 2 sets of vampire teeth

Method

  1. Make a small cut in the centre of each donut to enlarge the hole slightly.
  2. Collapse the vampire teeth to a closed position, and place in the centre of each donut hole.
  3. Place 2 choc bits on each donut for eyes.

Notes

If your vampire teeth are particularly strong, you may need to sticky tape them into a half open position to prevent them from splitting the donut as they spring open. You can see that the donut on the right's teeth are starting to split the donut where the one on the right has been sticky taped.

  • So great, love an easy recipe! And so effective!

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  • These donuts look fantastic, I would use those pink teeth lollies.

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  • Very creative lol

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  • pink donuts are the best!


    • Especially when you have 3 pink monsters yourselves

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  • what a scary looking delicious thing

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  • We didn’t have vampire teeth so we just used normal teeth lollies, not as scary but still worked

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  • They do look a bit scary, great for Halloween!

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  • This is an awesome idea!! It’s really so simple but I never thought of it!

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  • Great not only for Halloween but also for any horror themed party. Hubby loves them

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  • What an easy but effective Halloween treat!

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  • oh my gosh – terrifying, but I cannot look away LOL love them!

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  • Ha! Ha! They are quite funny, sorry.. scary, to see!! :-)


    • Lol. My daughter thought they looked like a vampire “Shopkin” so not very scary for her either!

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  • Love your donuts,they are fab!

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  • HaHa that’s cool

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  • F un and scary looking doughnuts.


    • Good and scary food idea for Halloween – simple and quick too.

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  • Thank you for this idea, very interesting.

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  • My daughter is 4 and we have been trying to make a Halloween sweets today so this she will love. Thank you for sharing such an easy and fun idea


    • They were very fun to make. I actually think my kids enjoyed making them more than eating them!

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