Doughnut Soap Tutorial

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Follow this easy Doughnut Soap Tutorial via Bespoke Bride to learn how to make your own homemade donut soaps for wedding favors or just for fun!

Do you love love love doughnuts? Then you’ll definitely want to try this easy melt and pour Doughnut Soap Tutorial via Bespoke Bride to learn how to make your own homemade doughnut soaps for wedding favors or just for fun! There’s even a video doughnut soap tutorial so you can follow the entire process step by step and avoid mistakes!

Find this doughnut soap tutorial at Bespoke Bride here. Or re-pin this Doughnut Soap Tutorial on Pinterest here for later. (For more soap tutorials and homemade soap recipes, you can also follow my DIY Bath and Body Pinterest board and my Simply Soapmaking Pinterest board.)

If you’re looking for packaging ideas for your DIY wedding favors, here are a few of my favorite ideas via Beau-Coop.

Creative packaging ideas for your DIY wedding favors!

Clockwise: 1. Chalkboard Favor Boxes / 2. Bicycle Favor Boxes / 3. Printed Mini Mason Jars / 4. Typewriter Favor Boxes

Creative packaging ideas for your DIY wedding favors!

Clockwise: 5. Jeweled Craft Peacock Favor Boxes / 6. Personalized Rustic Heart Favor Boxes / 7.  Vintage Airmail Favor Boxes / 8. Miniature Glass Bell Jar with Fluted White Base

To discover more DIY wedding ideas, you’ll want to also follow my DIY Wedding board on Pinterest. You can also find and follow me on Blog Lovin’TumblrFacebook, TwitterG+ and Instagram.

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Easy Homemade Doughnut Recipe & Other Tasty Treats

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I love food. I also love doughnuts. Unfortunately, our local Krispy Kreme – who made the best donuts ever! – has shut down due a fire. They claim that they are planning to re-open in a new location – hopefully closer to downtown – fingers crossed – but have not yet found a new location. In the meantime, folks in Roanoke are writing parody news articles as well as freaking out a little. Rather than succumb to the chaos of a doughnut-less society, however, you can make your own even if – like me – you aren’t the best cook. While they probably won’t compare to the glory that Krispy Kreme holds in most Roanokers’ hearts, they do make for a tasty and fun afternoon with the kids.

Easy Homemade Doughnut Recipe via Cake Spy - Make Donuts From Canned Biscuit Dough - Great Family ProjectCakespy.com, a deliciously tempting blog that covers everything cakes, cupcakes and pies galore as well as explains why cupcakes are nutritious – I mean the sugar gives you energy, right? – offers up an easy recipe and tutorial for how to make doughnuts using refrigerated biscuits in a can (pictured above.) These fried delights are ready in 15 minutes or less and can be topped with any combination of icing, sugar or sprinkles you can imagine. Plus it’s the perfect project to do with stir crazy kids on an afternoon while they’re waiting for the rain to clear out. (Although the sugar could possible mean more chaos if the rain decides to hang on.)

Homemade Coconut Panna Cotta Recipe via Camille StylesIf you’re looking for a taste that’s still sweet but with a lot less sugar, then definitely try out Jess Simpson’s recipe for making Homemade Healthy Coconut Panna Cotta on Camille Styles Blog (pictured above.) It’s made with coconut milk, yogurt, honey and some delicious spices like nutmeg and ginger. I’m also crushing over the Summer Crush Drink Recipe made with gin, peaches, fresh basil, lime, Lillet, club soda and agave syrup.