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  • Michaela La Rosa

    Elf donuts- actually cheerios- such a cute idea! Kids can put them next to Santa's cookies on Christmas eve!

  • jean'

    Elf donuts - actually cheerios. To leave out with Santas cookies for the elves! CUTE IDEA for the kids!

  • Alli Jones

    Elf donuts to leave with santas cookies - actually cheerios dipped in chocolate then sprinkles. So cute for little kids on Christmas eve!

  • Madison

    Mini donuts, great christmas project for kids to leave 'elf donuts' out with a cookie for santa and carrot for the rein deer! They're simply cheerios, in powder sugar, cinnamon and one dipped in chocolate and sprinkles!

  • Raeleigh

    Elf Doughnuts! To be left with Santa's Cookies. Really cute idea. The box of donuts is really a pill box. Cheerios dipped in chocolate, then sprinkles. The others are Cheerios dipped in confectioners' sugar and Cheerios rolled in cinnamon sugar.

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