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Mini Donut Pops
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 10 min
  • Servings 12
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Mini Donut Pops

Ready-made frosting and favorite breakfast cereals turn little donuts into fun little no-bake donut pops.

Ingredients

12
mini donuts, plain or coconut-covered
2
tablespoons white chocolate chips, melted
1/4
cup Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy chocolate frosting
1/2
cup Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy vanilla frosting
1
teaspoon Betty Crocker™ pink neon gel food color
1/2
cup Chocolate Lucky Charms™ cereal
1/2
cup Fruity Cheerios™
1/2
cup Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ cereal
10
sucker sticks

Directions

  • 1 Place mini donuts on a piece of parchment paper. Dip sucker sticks in melted white chocolate and gently press them through the bottom of each donut. Frost 4 donuts with chocolate frosting. Press Chocolate Lucky Charms™ in the frosting.
  • 2 Tint half of the vanilla frosting pink. Frost 4 donuts with the plain vanilla frosting and 4 with pink-vanilla frosting. Press Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ into the plain vanilla frosting, and Fruity Cheerios™ into the pink frosted donuts. Allow frosting to firm up before serving.
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Store-bought mini donuts turn into adorable party pops in minutes!

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

A bit of frosting, a bit of crunchy cereal, and POP!

You know those ideas that are so simple and brilliant, you see them on Pinterest and think, “Of course! Why didn’t I think of that?!”

Well, this here recipe is one of those there ideas. It’s so quick and easy (and adorable!) you can make a whole batch in minutes because... they start with ready-made mini donuts and just get cuter from there!

 

Mini Donut Pops

I started with some simple coconut crumb donuts, but a box of plain mini donuts works even better.

Alternately, you can pick up a box of plain donut holes and simply frost the top half. There’s nothing but options here. Lots and lots of delicious donut options.

 

Mini Donut Pops

As with regular cake pops, you’re going to spear each donut with a sucker stick that’s been dipped in melted chocolate. This will keep your donuts securely sticking to the sticks – they won’t slide down when the chocolate hardens up and holds them in place.

 

Mini Donut Pops

Now it’s already time to frost! Betty Crocker™ chocolate and vanilla frosting can be used as-is, or tinted to any color you please.

 

Mini Donut Pops

You’ll simply spread a small amount of chocolate frosting on top of each donut, then grab a box of favorite breakfast cereal for décor.

 

Mini Donut Pops

Here’s how we matched our frosting/topping flavor combos:

  • Chocolate frosting + Chocolate Lucky Charms™ cereal
  • White frosting + Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ cereal
  • Pink vanilla frosting + Fruity Cheerioes™ cereal

The colors of the frosting and flavors of the cereals made a great match, but there are dozens of flavor combos. 

I’d love to hear (in the comments section below) how you decide to frost and sprinkle your donut pops!

 

Mini Donut Pops

Serve the pops standing upright in jelly-bean filled pots for a color fest – or coffee-bean filled pots for a super cute breakfast or brunch presentation. Party ready!

 

Mini Donut Pops

Or serve the them on a platter for parties, bake sales, brunches or midnight snacking.

Then call in the crew. These donut pops are too cute to keep to yourself!

 

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's Tablespoon profile to see what she cooks up next!

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Tips  

Serving suggestion: Display finished donut pops on a party table by pressing the sucker sticks into a foam block or jellybean-filled flowerpot.

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