Spooktacular (Doughnut) Bats




Introduction: Spooktacular (Doughnut) Bats

Super simple Halloween treats!

They're fast and easy--perfect for that treat/snack you forgot to make for a school/sports/dance party.

Run to the store-get the stuff and whip these up!

Step 1: Materials:

Chocolate covered doughnuts (I used Entemanns mini chocolate frosted doughnuts)
Broken Nabisco Chocolate Wafers (broken in half)

Chocolate frosting (for glue)

Candy eyes

Fang options:

Slivered almonds, sprinkles, chocolate covered sunflower seeds, cut mini marshmallows and flattened vanilla Tootsie rolls.

Step 2: Assemble

Break the wafer in half and stick a "wing" on either side of the doughnut.

Your choice for fangs:

If using almond slivers or chocolate covered sunflower seeds--just shove them in the doughnut.


If using sprinkles--poke 2 holes with a toothpick and add a sprinkle in each hole.


If using mini marshmallows--cut fang triangles from a mini marshmallow and attach with dabs of frosting.


If using a vanilla Tootsie Roll--warm a roll in the microwave for 10 seconds then flatten it with your fingers.

Cut lots of fangs from the flattened candy using (clean) scissors. Attach with dabs of frosting.

Add the candy eyes with dabs of frosting (I just dip the back in the frosting and stick them on).

Break 2 triangles from a wafer and add to the top of the doughnut to make the ears.


You're done!

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    6 years ago

    I have to say, every single one of those bats look like they're having the time of their lives!

    very nice!


    6 years ago

    Chocolate black plastic waxy foodstuff-like doughnuts! They are my favorite commercial, shelf stable foodstuff-like thing that is terrible for me. (I'm serious)

    These are super cute and this is easy to replicate. Thanks for sharing!