9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

8 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts This Holiday Season

9 Creative Ways to Serve Donuts this Holiday Season

This one is for you, Joe! All of us here at PartyIdeaPros LOVE donuts. So when we were challenged by a reader to come up with 5 ways to serve donuts this holiday season, it was challenge on! Personally, we would probably glitter up our donuts with red, green, blue, silver and gold edible glitters, depending on what holiday we are celebrating that day! Add or subtract edible glitter, to taste (and yes, pun intended!).

1. Glitter Donuts

Glittery Donuts

Glittery Donuts >> If there’s ever a time to go all out with the glamour and glitz, the holiday season is definitely it. Glazed donuts covered in edible gold glitter will help get your party off to a sparkling start. (via Gemini Photography Ontario) 

2. Donut Stands >> Fabulous in their simplicity!

Feel free to spray paint these donut stands glossy gold, black, white or even red depending on the rest of your holiday decor! Would these donut stands not look fabulous with gold or red glitter donuts! Think New Year’s as well as Hanukkah and Christmas!

3. Donut Hole Christmas Tree

4. Whole Donut Christmas Tree

Whole Donut Christmas Tree Dessert Display

Loving this Whole Donut Christmas Tree Dessert Display from PinkWhen.com

5. Milk & Donuts for Santa!

Milk & Donuts for Santa

Milk & Donuts for Santa Inspired by Hostess with the Mostess (Use real donuts rather than donut shaped cookies!) >> Milk Bottles | Printable Labels | Reusable Unbreakable Straws

6. Donut Wall

Use your imagination on this one! Your pegboard can be just about any color, as can your donuts. Personally, if we were using this blue-ish pegboard, we would use all glazed donuts sprinkled with silver or red edible glitter depending on if we were celebrating Christmas or Chanukah. The look could even take on a very modern edge if you choose an industrial metal pegboard. Metal pegboards come in lots of colors including red, green and blue! And while you are at it, add some color to your popcorn!

Donut Wall

Donut Wall (Idea inspired by and image courtesy of the DailyMail.com) >> Pegboard

7. Edible Menorah

Display donuts (sufganiyot) on a rectangular Hanukkah serving platter or long wooden serving board and don’t forget the candles!

Donut Menorah

Donut Menorah (image courtesy of BookTrib.com) | Kosher Gluten Free Jelly -Filled Donuts

8. Decorated Donuts

And finally, you can always decorate your donuts just like you would your holiday cookies!

Christmas Donuts

9. Toast to the New Year

Had to add Tiny Prints darling Instagram simply captioned “Whatever you’re toasting with tonight, cheers to 2017!”

Party Hearty!

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