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Remember the Twine Holder, turned Spool Holder shown below?

Patterns available here and here.

Well….how about a ‘Donut Pole’ to serve your guests? You know, like the onion ring stacks served at your favorite restaurant…..just smile.

Add the ‘donut pole’ along with sweet pumpkin ornaments to each place setting at your next gathering to serve your guests!

This NEWly designed acrylic pattern ‘Pumpkin Donut with Sprinkles‘ is ready for you to create, along with each designed new surface too!

Just in time for Halloween and Autumn Gatherings!

The NEW Pattern can be found (here), two designs onto three surfaces.

The Donut Pole surface can be found (here) and the Pumpkin Bevel Cut Ornaments (here), thru Sheila Landry of Tole Painting Designs.

Simply just add a scrapbooking paper doile (cut paper into a circle to fit the bottom of the donut pole) to the bottom of the donut pole and serve it up with little baked pumpkin donuts with sweet icing and sprinkles too!

Sure to impress your guests.

Enjoy a sweet serving of Pumpkin Donuts

Serving Size:



Pumpkin Donut with Sprinkles


  • 1 3/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice ( I used cinnamon instead)
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3/4 cup pumpkin puree
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 3 tbsp butter ~ melted and cooled

Icing Glaze

  • 2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice (I omitted)
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 2 tbsp water (or enough for desired consistancy)


  • Preheat oven to 350F
  • spray a donut pan or two or three with non stick baking spray
  • whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and salt
  • in a separate bowl whisk together pumpkin puree and cooled melted butter. Then add eggs, milk and vanilla and stir well.
  • add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and fold together until mixed.
  • spoon batter into the donut pan, filling each 2/3 full, or use piping bag for ease.
  • bake for 10 to 12 minutes. cool in pan then completely cool on a cooling rack before adding icing glaze.

Icing Glaze

  • in a small bowl whisk together powdered sugar, butter, vanilla and water. Stir to combine. Add additional water until you reach the desired consistancy.
  • dunk each donut into the icing glaze and return to cooling rack. Add SPRINKLES! Allow the glaze to harden before serving!


  • Use small donut ~ pans and bake approximately 9 minutes. Less time for smaller donuts.
    for every donut pan purchased, purchase two. Then while baking add one donut pan as a lid to the other….the donuts will rise perfectly! (see images)

The donut pans were purchased thru Dollar General (here).


And ‘donut‘ forget the sprinkles… I did when I photographed ~ so silly, the whole idea was about the Sprinkles, from the painted design to the candles! Gee-Wiz Amy.

trying my best with photo-shop.

Want a Calorie Free Donut? ~ try our latest addition to our Candles, Pumpkin Donut with Vanilla Sprinkles! available (here).

Enjoy all we have to offer here at Classic Amy Joanne ~ from original surfaces, to new patterns to create, to melt-your-heart candles, to a free recipe with fun baking tips!

Always all things Art & Home, enJoy.


6 thoughts on “Pumpkin Donut with Sprinkles

  1. Shelly McAteer says:

    Love this pattern!

    1. thank you so much Shelly!

  2. Such a wonderful post filled with delightful projects, Amy! I always love seeing what you are up to and you always make me smile with your lovely ideas. I think my favorite may be the donut holder! 😀 It is awesome!

    1. thank you Sheila! MMMM, I wonder what else we could come up with for the Spool Holder 🙂

  3. Such an adorable idea as always! This is sure to make our guests feel special! Love the pumpkin ornaments. And the added sprinkles at the bottom! 😉

    1. thank you! Delicious with or with-out sprinkles 🙂

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