I’ve got another store-bought hack for you tonight! Homemade donuts are great, but they take time, so if you don’t have the time, but still want some festive donuts, then this donut is for you! It’s super simple! All you need are some Bismarck donuts (aka, Berliners, jelly filled, Bismarks, etc. which are donuts without a hole that are cream, custard, or jelly filled and are usually topped with a chocolate ganache) and some vanilla frosting. Fake spiders are optional, but they are great if you want to give people a little scare! Add your vanilla frosting to a pastry bag or a zip lock bag, cut off a small amount of the tip, and draw your spiderweb. It’s that easy! But I’ve got a few tips for you below. Always cut the pastry bag’s tip smaller at first. You can always cut more to make the hole bigger, but once you cut, if it’s too big then you’ll have to fill a new pastry bag. Also, be sure to use sharp scissors to cut the tip off, a dull pair of scissors might not cut precisely and will give you a jagged line. And then you have to cut off more … and then you happened to cut off too much and the hole was too big and you had to fill a new pastry bag … see why I’m giving you tips? Learn from my mistakes people! Use sharp scissors! To draw your frosting spiderweb, first draw a large plus sign (+), then draw an “x” over the plus sign so you have 4 lines or 8 wedges. Then start drawing your web lines starting with the small circles closer to the center and working out. As you go along, make swoopy u’s. If you mess up, don’t worry about it – you can always stick a fake spider on top of any mistakes! Add your donuts to a platter with some spiders and you’ve got a spooky treat!