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DIY Donut Pops

Hello DIYers! Today's DIY is a DIY I came up with while eating a Maple Bar. (They are my fav!) It's DIY Donut Pops! These are like Cake Pops, but made of Donuts! Yum! Let's get started!

What you'll need:
-Donut Holes
-Melting Chocolates (It has to be Melting Chocolates since regular chocolate doesn't work. Try to look for some at craft stores- the best brand is Wilton Candy Melts. There are several colors of the Melting Chocolates, which is good if you are making the Donut Pops for a special occasion with a color trend. NOTE: This is NOT a sponsored DIY)
-Sprinkles (Optional)
-Lollipop Sticks
-Wax Paper

1. Melt the Melting Chocolates in a microwave in a microwave-safe bowl until fully melted. Melt as many as you think you will need; it really just depends on how many Donut-Pops you want to make.
2. While the melting chocolates are melting, put a lollipop stick through each Donut hole you plan to turn into a Donut Pop.
3. Once the Melting Chocolate is fully melted, take a cake pop and dip it into the chocolate until fully coated.
4. Quickly apply sprinkles if you prefer.
5. Whether you add sprinkles or not, carefully rest the cake pops on wax paper
6. Repeat steps 3-5 with the rest of your donut holes.

That's it! These Donut Pops are sooo yummy, and don't take much time to make! They are better than cake pops, IMO. :)

Stay tuned for the next DIY!
-DIY With Madi

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