Filled donuts made easy

The Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker lets you make and fill both donuts and donut balls in a fun way.

The Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker Cra-Z

If you're looking for a fun project to do at home, the Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker may just be the perfect option. The maker comes with a variety of mixes, which you can fill with strawberry jelly and chocolate and vanilla frosting, three tubes of which come with it. You simply mix everything up in the donut maker and fill either the filled donut tray or the donut hole tray. Both trays are microwaveable, letting you skip the oven. After they're ready, you can fill and decorate your donuts. The Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker also comes with a mixing bowl, a double-ended spatula, a double-ended spoon, two filling tubes and a filling tube nozzle.

The Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker turns out donuts that are a little more like cupcakes than traditional donuts, but it does offer plenty of options for decorating. It can make for a great project to do with kids, especially those who may not be ready for using the stove quite yet. Unfortunately, the cleanup process for the Cra-Z-Art Super Donut Maker could be easier, but that's not uncommon when it comes to baking projects geared toward kids. The donut maker is available for about $27.

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