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Hostess Donette Double Dippers

Looking for a fun way to start your morning off right? Try these totally cool Double Dippers! Using the new Hostess Frosted Devil’s Food Donettes, a bowl of vanilla Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, and a few fun toppers, you can enjoy a fondue-style treat that is fun for everyone to eat!


  • Let’s Get Dippin’! 1 of 6
    Let's Get Dippin'!
    Pull together a tray of Hostess Donette Dippers by arranging fruit, vanilla Greek yogurt, sprinkles, and Hostess Frosted Devil's Food Donettes.
  • Dip Once 2 of 6
    Dip Once
    Serve your dippers to a crowd! First you gotta dip in yogurt ...
  • Double Dip! 3 of 6
    Double Dip!
    Then you gotta dip again...in sprinkles this time! Mix it up by adding a variety of different toppings. Mini chocolate chips, crushed toffee bits, chopped peanuts all make fun double dippers!
  • Eat and Enjoy 4 of 6
    Eat and Enjoy
    Open wide and grab yourself a tasty treat!
  • It’s a Party! 5 of 6
    It's a Party!
    Hostess Donut Dippers make a great party treat, after-school snack, or fun breakfast activity.
  • Enjoy! 6 of 6
    Enjoy!
    The new Hostess Frosted Devil's Food Donettes are absolutely scrumptious!

Hostess Donette Double Dippers

  • 1 bag Hostess Frosted Devil’s Food Donettes
  • 1 (6-ounce) container of vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons sprinkles, chopped peanuts, toffee bits, mini chocolate chips, or other double-dipper toppings
  • 1-2 cups assorted fresh cut fruit

Arrange all items on a platter. Serve with toothpicks and napkins for dipping. 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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