She used three mini donuts instead of a donut hole- both versions are super cute.
You can use any round candy on hand for the buttons. I had gumballs & gumdrops left over from our pretzel cabins. Press the candy corn into the powdered donut hole (head). Remove candy corn and add a little frosting to the bottom of the candy corn to secure to the powdered donut. Add frosting to secure the candy for the buttons as well (otherwise it will roll off).
Some of the candy corn had orange tips instead of white at the tip, so I picked most of those and used only a few with white on the tip. Pipe dot for the eyes and mouth with black frosting or place mini-chocolate chips.
It's he/she just cute?!
The full snowman is a pretty big treat. You could just place the donuts on a tray without piercing them with a skewer and serve as individual donuts.
Oh, the scarves! I didn't have any rope type candy, so I colored some frosting sky blue and piped a scarf with white pouf at the end.
This fun no-bake treat takes only minutes to assemble.
My cousin found this idea via Pinterest, so I don't know of an original source. If I can figure it out, I'll link back.
The snowmen were a major hit with the 3rd & 4th graders...and the teachers...and the other parents.