I’ve finally jumped on the donut bandwagon! I had so much fun making these pretty pink donuts and I can’t wait to share this post with all of you. Per usual I made these with a box mix because easy and delicious. I pulled out all the sprinkles to make these extra special. I usually have one look I’m going for in my head and then I end up going overboard but I can’t complain because I like the look of all the different sprinkles.
I added rainbow sprinkles to the batter to make them funfetti. I then added more sprinkles, and then more on top of that. I like my funfetti with a side of funfetti.
So, my first batch I definitely filled the donut molds too much. I would say to fill each one about half way and make sure there is an even amount of batter going around. Try to fill each mold the exact same way so that they all come out the same. It’s slightly harder than it seems. You can find the donut pan I used here!
These are the ones I filled up too much but the picture is just so pretty! They still worked perfectly, they were just overflowing a little bit out of the pan.
Pick out all of the prettiest sprinkles in your pantry and have fun with it! I swirled each donut in the glaze and used a small knife to evenly distribute the glaze around the donut. Next I sprinkled the sprinkles on top and pressed them lightly into the glaze so they stayed put. You can find the sprinkles I used here, here, and here. The rainbow sprinkles I suggest getting in the big tubs in your bakery section of your local grocery store. And yes I mean bakery section and not baking section. You can also totally leave these plain because the naked donuts look just as pretty in my opinion.
Once I was done taking pictures of the donuts I found the perfect opportunity to make a donut tower! How yummy does it look?! This would be great for a birthday party, baby shower, or just because you want to eat a donut tower!
Pretty in Pink Funfetti Cake Donuts
Delicious cupcake tasting donuts covered in a glaze frosting!
Yield: 12-14 donuts