Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts

Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts

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I love my Care Bear. I got him for my third or fourth birthday, and I’ve had him ever since. Poor Pete, but he has to share a bed with a woman and a Care Bear every night. It could be worse!

But because I love Care Bears, I really love these Care Bears Grumpy Bear doughnuts. You can purchase them at Carolina Doughnuts, but, if you’re not around there, they’re actually really easy to make … if you put a little time into them.

Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts

What You’ll Need:

What You’ll Do:

Mash two of the doughnuts. Stuff them into the holes of the other doughnuts. If you want to skip this step, you can just buy jelly doughnuts since they don’t have a hole.

Add two drops of blue food coloring to one of the cans of frosting. Mix until the color is consistent.

Split the second can of frosting into two bowls. Leave one as is. Add two drops of black food coloring to the other and mix until the color is consistent.

Use a spatula to cover the top of the doughnut with blue frosting.

Stick two candy melts into the top to make “ears.” Cover the ears with the blue frosting.

Let set for at least 30 minutes.

Spoon the white frosting into a quart-sized bag. Cut off a small section of the tip (to turn it into a piping bag). Pipe a circle for the mouth section.

Spoon the black frosting into a bag and follow the same steps to turn it into a piping bag. Pipe two circles for the eyes.

Pipe a white dot onto the eyes. 

Spoon the remaining blue frosting into a quart-sized bag, and turn it into a piping bag. Pipe the eyebrows, nose, and mouth.

*Note, if you’re more comfortable, you can use a toothpick for the last two steps.

Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts
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Ingredients
  1. 12 donuts
  2. 2 cans of white frosting
  3. Blue food coloring
  4. White food coloring
  5. Black food coloring
  6. 1 bag of candy melts
  7. 2 quart-size plastic bags
Instructions
  1. Mash two of the doughnuts. Stuff them into the holes of the other doughnuts. If you want to skip this step, you can just buy jelly doughnuts since they don’t have a hole.
  2. Add two drops of blue food coloring to one of the cans of frosting. Mix until the color is consistent.
  3. Split the second can of frosting into two bowls. Leave one as is. Add two drops of black food coloring to the other and mix until the color is consistent.
  4. Use a spatula to cover the top of the doughnut with blue frosting.
  5. Stick two candy melts into the top to make “ears.” Cover the ears with the blue frosting.
  6. Let set for at least 30 minutes.
  7. Spoon the white frosting into a quart-sized bag. Cut off a small section of the tip (to turn it into a piping bag). Pipe a circle for the mouth section.
  8. Spoon the black frosting into a bag and follow the same steps to turn it into a piping bag. Pipe two circles for the eyes.
  9. Pipe a white dot onto the eyes.
  10. Spoon the remaining blue frosting into a quart-sized bag, and turn it into a piping bag. Pipe the eyebrows, nose, and mouth.
  11. *Note, if you’re more comfortable, you can use a toothpick for the last two steps.
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