Snowman Doughnut Pops

As I was looking over the Christmas ideas on Spell Outloud, I noticed that she had printables on the “Trinity Snowman”. How clever! I got it instantly- 3 snowballs, one snowman. How fun! So we made these adorable snowman doughnut pops to illustrate the point and have a yummy treat. 😉

Doughnut snowmen pops

These were really simple to make! I’ve been seeing these all over Pinterest this year, so I don’t know whose original idea it was, but these sure are clever. Just buy packaged white-powder doughnuts, and thread 3 on a skewer. I made buttons my wedging gumdrops in the holes, and carrot noses on top with a candy corn. I’ve also seen people shape circus peanuts or orange slice candies to make the noses. I made the eyes with chocolate chips. Feel free to use frosting to stick everything into place.

Doughnut Snowman Pop

This is a great activity for any time during the winter!

Eating Doughnut Snowman Pop

All of my kids absolutely loved these, and they were simple enough for the kids to build their own Trinity snowmen. Check out Spell Outloud to get Trinity Snowman downloads for FREE! (Note: Sorry – the link has been removed! This appears to not be available any longer on the website that offered it.) We printed the Trinity Snowman cards on blue paper and colored them in with oil pastels.

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Trinity Snowman Card

The back of the cards has a poem about how the snowman is like the Trinity. Very cute! Later, I realized we could have easily attached these cards to the bottom of our snowman pops. Oh, well- next time!

Trinity Snowman PoemSo there you have it! Pair these awesome Trinity Snowman cards with any snowman craft or activity this Winter, and use the opportunity to illustrate the Trinity to your kids. Happy Catholic crafting! 🙂

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  1. Awesome! Love those snowman treats! I need to update the printable so it doesn’t say Merry Christmas–lol. I’ll get right on that!

    • Hahaha! I didn’t even notice it said “Merry Christmas” until I printed it out. Nothing my oil pastels couldn’t fix! 😉

  2. These are cute, Lacy! Thanks for passing on this neat blog with great printables and ideas. I’ll have another pre-schooler next year so I’m back in the fun! I’ll be ordering your book before long. Have a blessed Epiphany and hope you are doing well:)