Doughnut Snowmen

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Doughnut Snowmen
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No snow? No problem. Whether you live in a Sun Belt state or a wintry clime, your kids can easily build their own mini versions of Frosty.

What you'll need

  • Small powdered doughnut
  • Powdered doughnut hole
  • Decorators' gel
  • Pretzel or potato stick
  • Haviland® Thin Mint
  • Reese's® peanut butter cup miniature

How to make it

  1. Set a powdered doughnut hole atop a mini powdered doughnut. (For a taller version, use a pretzel stick or a potato stick to secure a second doughnut hole atop the first.)

  2. Use decorators' gel to add a face, buttons, and a carrot nose. (If the gel won't stick, try smoothing the powder with a dab of water first.)

  3. To add a top hat to a shorter snowman, stick a small piece of a pretzel or potato stick through a Haviland® Thin Mint and into a Reese's® peanut butter cup miniature, then secure the hat in place on the snowman.

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