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You’ve got to try these cute and spooky bat donut holes at your next Halloween party! Ghosts and ghouls will love the hauntingly adorable looks of these little dessert critters. They’re the perfect spooky finger food, and they’re so easy to make just about anybody could throw em’ together. Next time you’re setting up for a ghostly gathering, serve up some scrumptious treats that will absolutely fly off the plate!
Cute Bat Donut Holes Halloween Party Snack
We’ve included a step-by-step recipe for assembling these critters, although it’s really quite simple! You’ll be able to make a platter of these in no time. And, if you run out, it won’t take long to get some more on the table. Serve these adorable donut holes up to your favorite vampire for a delightful treat that have their fangs drooling!
Not to mention just how good these things look alongside some eye of newt punch, and monster claw cookies. They’ll be an instagram hit, with their adorable candy eyes and Oreo cookie wings! The best part of it is, you’ve probably already got half of the ingredients in your cupboard already!
Where to Find Chocolate Donut Holes
If you’re lucky enough to find a donut shop, bakery or grocery store that sells these thing you’re off to a quick and easy start! If you’re having trouble finding some premade donut holes, you can always rely on using a donut mix, too! It helps to use something like a cake pop maker, or mould as well. In no time, you’ll have a batch of fresh chocolate donut holes for decorating!
If you’re not interested in whipping up a fresh glaze for these donut holes, don’t worry! You can easily get away with using storebought or, none at all! The recipe doesn’t rely on glazed donut holes, so it’s totally up to you! If you want something a little more sweet, just whip up a simple sugar glaze or grab one off the shelf!
How Can I Serve These Treats?
Serve these up next to some classic Halloween party favorites! If you’re willing to alter the recipe a little, just follow the instructions below, except use your beloved cake pops! That’s right, you can break out a trust cake pop recipe to create some adorable cake pop bats to fly around your next party.
These bat donut holes also make the perfect snack for your little ghoul’s and goblin’s lunch kit! Give them something to give them a hauntingly happy grin this October!
Start with some chocolate donut holes. I only have 3 here, however make sure to account for the amount of ingredients you’ll need based on the number of bat donut holes you want. Next you’ll want to start splitting some Oreo cookies in half. You’ll want to scrape out the cream filling and then snap the cookie in half to make them look like bat wings.
Attach your candied eye with a little bit of icing (the color doesn’t really matter)
Carefully insert your oreo bat wings to each side of your donut hole making sure not to split the whole donut in half.
Line your tiny bats on a tray ready to serve.
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- Start with some chocolate donut holes. I only have 3 here, however make sure to account for the amount of ingredients you’ll need based on the number of bat donut holes you want.
- Next you’ll want to start splitting some Oreo cookies in half. You’ll want to scrape out the cream filling and then snap the cookie in half to make them look like bat wings.
- Attach your candied eye with a little bit of icing (the color doesn’t really matter)
- Carefully insert your oreo bat wings to each side of your donut hole making sure not to split the whole donut in half.
- Line your tiny bats on a tray ready to serve.