Lindsay Ann Bakes: {VIDEO} Halloween Vampire Doughnuts (Dracula Donuts)

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

{VIDEO} Halloween Vampire Doughnuts (Dracula Donuts)

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Glazed doughnuts are decorated with vampire fangs, M&M eyes and Dracula's signature widows peak hair line out of decorating gel to make these little treats.


 Finish them off with a little jelly dripping from the teeth and you have got some adorably spooky Dracula Vampire Donuts in no time!



 These also look great served with along side my Vampire Bite Donuts!


Vampire Doughnuts

You Will Need
  • glazed donuts
  • plastic fangs 
  • M&Ms
  • black decorating gel
  • toothpick
  • seedless raspberry jam



Directions

So for these we start with some regular glazed donuts. Then, take a pair of plastic vampire fangs and hold them shut while you push them right in center. Gently let them open them up so they fit right in the hole.


Now for the eyes, just take some M&M’s, and draw a little pupil with some black decorating gel, and stick them into place with a dot of the gel.


Then, draw on some eye brows with a toothpick and the decorating gel.



Then, pipe on Dracula’s signature widows peak hairline.


And for the finishing touch, add some of the jam on to the sides of his mouth to look like blood dripping down.



Serve and enjoy!


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Want to see more of my Halloween donut ideas?!



These are perfect for a Halloween party or to bring to your friends at school or work.



...And, they are just as much fun to make as they are to eat! ;)


They’re so simple to make and everyone really loves these creepy little desserts! 




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