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Hostess Donette Breakfast Bites

When it comes to a quick breakfast that everyone in your family will love, why not pull out the Devil’s Food Hostess Donette’s and let dish up this adorable two-bite breakfast sandwich. First you take moist devil’s food cake donuts which have been dipped in a delicious chocolate-flavored coating, slice them in half, then fill ‘em with creamy hazelnut spread, fresh strawberries, and slices of bananas, this is the sort of sandwich that would have given Elvis a run for his favorite. To get the deets on how to dish out a plate of these fun little sandwiches, join me after the jump. And be sure you hop on over to the Hostess Donettes Facebook Page and make them one of your favorites.

All you need to make this fum family breakfast or snack is a bag full of Hostess Devil’s Food Donettes, several spoonfuls of chocolatey hazelnut spread, fresh strawberries, and a banana.

Use a sharp knife to slice the donuts in half, top with hazelnut spread, sliced strawberries, and sliced bananas. Place the top half of the donut on, and you’re ready to take a bite!

Hostess Donut Breakfast Bites

  • 1 bag Hostess Frosted Devil’s Food Donettes
  • 1/2 cup chocolate-hazelnut spread
  • 4-5 large strawberries, sliced
  • 1 banana, sliced very thin

Use a sharp knife to slice the Donettes in half. Spread a half-tablespoon of chocolate-hazelnut spread in the center of one of the donut halves. Top with sliced strawberries and bananas. Place the other half of the donette on top. Serve and enjoy!

Many thanks to Hostess for sponsoring this post and for providing me and family with a supply of Donettes. Find out more about Hostess Donettes at their Facebook fan page.

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