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How to Make Halloween Eyeball Donuts 

How to Make Halloween Eyeball Donuts 

Just in time for your next spooky party, these creepy eyeball donuts are the perfect spooky treat! This fun Halloween treat is easy to make and is sure to scare your friends and family. 

If you’re looking for spooky Halloween recipes, look no further than these eyeball donuts! The best part is that they’re easy to make and sure to scare your friends and family. 

These scary treats are perfect for your Halloween party, right next to all of your favorite Halloween treats on your dessert table! 

eyeball donuts

You’ll be using store bought plain donuts, gel frosting and a gummy ring in the center of each doughnut to create the appearance of a swollen, bloodshot eye. Or, for a real treat, simply bake your favorite vanilla donut recipe! 

eyeball donuts

Halloween Eyeball Donuts

Ingredients 

eyeball donuts

Directions

Pour the white frosting into a shallow dish or bowl.

Dip the top of each vanilla donut into the frosting. Let the excess drip.

eyeball donuts

Using the red icing, create eyeball veins.

eyeball donuts

Place a green candy in the center of the donuts.

eyeball donuts

Place a skittle in the center of your donut to create a sweet gummy eyeball

eyeball donuts
eyeball donuts
eyeball donuts

How to Make Halloween Eyeball Donuts

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Just in time for your next spooky party, these creepy eyeball donuts are the perfect spooky treat! This fun Halloween treat is easy to make and is sure to scare your friends and family. 

Ingredients

  • Plain Donuts
  • White Frosting
  • Red Gel Frosting
  • Green Gummy Savers
  • Purple Skittles

Instructions

Smother each plain donut in white frosting.
Using the red gel frosting, create eyeball veins.
Place a green gummy saver in the center of each donut.
Place a purple skittle in the gummy saver hole.

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