I ran across this idea many times on Pinterest, for donut hole acorns. My granddaughter loves to collect acorns and often brings them inside and places them in interesting spots for my husband and me to find. Just the other day, I found five acorns in the laundry room on the folding table. So, I knew she’d enjoy making edible acorns – out of donut holes.
Here’s what you’ll need to make donut hole acorns:
Here’s how to make the donut hole acorns:
Voila! You have created an incredibly cute and delicious seasonal snack.
Quick! Whip Up Another Dessert!
If you want to notch it up a little for a fall dessert, check out this lovely recipe from Jackie Richardson’s kitchen, a layered pumpkin pie alternative dessert, featuring instant vanilla pudding, cream cheese, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, powered sugar and more, whipped up and sitting on top of flour/butter/nut crust. It might be a great pre-Thanksgiving, or even tailgate offering.
Even Quicker! Whip Up Some Way Cool Deco Pumpkins!
Are you looking for a quick and cool deco look for your holiday table and entry way? Check out these DIY Falling Leaf Pumpkins that, again, our Jackie Richardson made last year. You can use some funky punkins that you find at the farmers’ market near you, and some fake (or hey, why not real ones that aren’t too dry) leaves with a bit of the ole’ Mod Podge glue. It’s a quick and easy way to make unique décor for this time of year.
And hey, if you want to show us what you’ve concocted for the fall season, we’re all eyes over at our social media affiliated accounts. Or, if you’d like to do a guest post for us, let’s talk!