Some Like Chocolate More


Same idea – royal icing with sprinkles – but this time in chocolate.

How to make Royal Icing:  3 tablespoons meringue powder, 2 cups confectioner’s sugar and about 6 tablespoons of water. I mixed the ingredients and divided it into two batches. One for “pink glazed” and the other for “chocolate icing.”

I added food coloring to color and then started dipping. I placed the iced cereal on waxed paper and sprinkled them while the icing was still soft. Most stuck just fine, but a few sprinkles needed to be glued on afterwards.

They look great.  I’m going to use these as party favors!

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“Extreme” Donut Seeds


These donut seeds look pretty…pink and pretty (left image).

But you could take it further by dipping them in royal icing and adding sprinkles (right image).

They came out looking so cute. Because I didn’t want them to move around in the packet and possibly lose sprinkles, I glued them to a scrap of card stock I cut to fit inside the plastic bag. If you do this, test to be sure the “Donut Seeds” are glued in the right place to show through the window.

If only these really grew. Imagine…walking out into the garden in the morning. Coffee in one hand and the other hand free to pick a garden fresh donut.

The kit for all 6 designs is available on Etsy ( and search “donut seed packets”).

Think of it as the perfect gift for the gardener who has everything. A joke you can share or as favors for garden parties, weddings or birthday parties.

I made six different donut seed packets: Apple Cider, Powdered, Cinnamon Sugar, Black Hole, Chocolate Glazed and Pink Glazed Donut Seeds.

You can buy the Donut Seed Packet Kit for $10. In each kit are 12 Donut Seed packets (two each of six varieties), plus a bonus blank one for your own design, bags to hold the cereal and instructions. You need scissors, glue and cereal.

Want to be part of the Donut Seed Gallery? Donut loving artists who create another seed packet should get in touch in the comments section. We can start a donut seed packet gallery!