It's a Magical Little Dessert Treat for Wee Little Folk
The best thing about this little elf food recipe is that it is so very easy to create. Even a child can make this treat.
These tiny dessert Donuts are ideal treats to serve for a fancy fairy tea party or for your friendly holiday elf on the shelf when he stops by during the Christmas holiday season.
They are adorably cute when used as a centerpiece display for the holidays or as an elf treat when left out for Santa's elves to enjoy when they pop by at Christmas time.
These tiny donuts also make cute little holiday gifts for friends, co-workers, and acquaintances. Children enjoy gifting them to their friends and teachers.
Small in size and quick to prepare this recipe is a simple and fun way to celebrate any wee folk visit. In the summer months for a child's fairy tea party or for serving up to her dolls at any time of year these tiny doughnut treats are sweet.
The ingredient list is simple. Multi-grain Cheerios, melted chocolate, icing, confectioners sugar, and sprinkles.
These are the ideal dessert sweet to serve at a fairy party
Whether it is a fairy theme birthday party or a summer fairy tale tea these tiny little dessert doughnut sweets are adorable to serve to the wee folk who might attend.
A tiny table and chairs with a setting of miniature plates and tea set will look adorable set as a small fairy display centerpiece at the center of your buffet table. You can adorn this tiny place setting with small fairy dolls and add in miniature accessories that these small woodland folk might use in their part of the world.
On the fairy table set out a selection of these tiny decadent fairy treats. Any wee folk who stop by during the party are then welcome to partake. Other attending guests are of course also welcome to help themselves to these sweet desserts as well. When set on tiny plates these tiny doughnuts are difficult to resist.
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My grand children created these little fairy treats
It is an easy holiday craft for kids. I mixed the icing and melted the chocolate while the kids applied the toppings.
We decided to make treats in a size for Elf on the Shelf
The Elf on the Shelf is a children's book written by Carol Aebersold and Chanda Bell. The book is usually sold accompanied by a small toy elf.
The story describes how the little elves hide in homes around the holidays so they can spy on the family and report back to Santa as to their good or bad behavior.
Now the Elf on the Shelf hide and seek game has become a holiday tradition for many families who hide the small toy elf throughout the house in the days preceding Christmas.
The game has become quite creative with the elf now getting into all types of mischief and showing up in all manner of creative places and scenarios. Setting out a little table for him to dine on these little elf treats is a sweet touch to the hide and seek game. These will lure him from his hiding place.
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My grandson sorted the Cheerios by color then shook some in a bag of icing sugar to create the tiny powdered donuts.
We made small boxes from card stock paper but you can also make boxes using an origami pattern.
My grandchildren packaged the elf donuts as Christmas gifts for their friends. The tiny gift boxes turned out pretty good and the tiny treats looked so sweet.
You will have to see what type of magic you can create
You can make things very exciting and build a money box
A rectangle shape origami money box functions well
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