Prepare to fall in love with reindeer donuts! These Rudolph donuts may soon be your new favorite holiday doughnuts. But, of course, that will pair nicely with snowman donuts. The best part is you can make these chocolate-covered Christmas reindeer mini donuts in less than five minutes. It’s easy peasy. Are you ready to find out how?
The Best Reindeer Donuts
Ever since I tried the Tim Hortons candy cane donut, I’ve been obsessed with Merry Christmas donuts. I just wanted to find a festive way I could make them at home and surprise my kids during their winter break.
The best part is you don’t have to make these Rudolph donuts from scratch. Little Debbie already has the mini frosted donuts covered in chocolate.
This makes it easy for a party snack, an easy breakfast idea, or a neighbor gift.
All you need are a few ingredients!
Simple ingredients, very festive, and something Santa wouldn’t expect for you to leave him on Christmas Eve!
1. First, to make them, you will want the wax paper. This will give you room to spread the donuts around to put the decor on top.
2. Second, you will need to add the pretzels for antlers. To do this, you will put a mini pretzel into the top of the donuts on both sides.
3. Third, after you have the reindeer ears (the pretzels) in then, you will need to add the cherry for Rudolph’s nose.
After that, your Rudolph donut is finally complete. It’s cute and fun!
It also makes for a great holiday snack that is easy and cheaper than dunkin donuts holiday donuts.
In fact, as a mom and foster mom, my house is always busy doing this and doing that. So it’s a perfect opportunity to do something that will brighten spirits during the holidays.
As well as be a fun treat to snack on during a Christmas movie family night! We love that!