Ding Dong Doggy

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We made these cute little Ding Dong Doggy treats using pre made Hostess Ding Dongs and vanilla wafers. Just something fun we decided to make one day!

My 8 year old actually thought of this one…we just liked the name.:) They were so easy to make and turned out so cute! My boys and I had lots of fun making these! They would be cute to make for a dog themed party or just for fun for the kids to make themselves!

Hostess Ding Dong Doggy Treat

  • Hostess Ding Dongs
  • Vanilla Wafers
  • Chocolate Cookie Frosting
  • Edible Eyes
  • Red Candy (you could use an m&m or heart candy for the tongue)
  • Brown m&m candies (or any other brown candy)
Ding Dong Doggy Treats

How To Make Ding Dog Doggies

  • Cut some vanilla wafers in half to make the ears using a knife. Take the other vanilla wafers and cut 2 triangles out of the bottom leaving the a small piece in the middle using kitchen scissors.
  • Take the chocolate cookie frosting and make spots on the ears. Attach the ears on with the cookie frosting and let dry.
  • Attach the first ears on the cut side.
  • Decorate the face with cookie frosting, candies and edible eyes.
Ding Dong Doggy Treats

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Ding Dong Doggy

We made these cute little doggies using pre made Hostess Ding Dong cakes and vanilla wafers. Just something fun we decided to make one day!
Servings: 2
Prep: 10 minutes
Total: 10 minutes

Ingredients
  

  • Hostess Ding Dong Cakes
  • vanilla wafers
  • edible eyes
  • chocolate cookie frosting
  • red candy m&m or heart candy
  • m&m's brown

Instructions

  • Cut some vanilla wafers in half to make the ears using a knife. Take the other vanilla wafers and cut 2 triangles out of the bottom leaving the a small piece in the middle using kitchen scissors. This will be the tongue. Round off the edges with the scissors.
  • Take the chocolate cookie frosting and make spots on the ears…if desired. Attach the ears on with the cookie frosting and let dry. In the picture I show the ears placed on 2 different ways. We attached the first ears on the cut side and the other ears are just laid on top.
  • Attach the nose on with cookie frosting as well. Use the red candy for the tongue and the chocolate cookie frosting to dress up the rest of the face.
  • Cut off the top of a brown m&m candy and use for the nose. Attach the edible eyes.

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23 comments on “Ding Dong Doggy”

  1. Featured you today! COme see and grab a featured button from my sidebar while you are there!
    Thanks for linking up
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  2. These are just so fun!
    Thanks for linking up to the Creative Inspirations Party at Embracing Change!
    So happy you were here!
    Stacey

  3. Kayla's Creations

    Love these! You've been featured at Sunday Round Up! come on over and grab a featured button ๐Ÿ™‚
    -Kayla

  4. PlainVanillaMom

    Stopping by from Living Life Intentionally. These are so cute! We love to bake and blog about it too ๐Ÿ™‚ I might have to try these.

  5. Those cookies are cute as can be!
    I would love if you stopped by to link it up to my party happening NOW! I would love to have you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  6. Kathy Radigan

    What a fun site and a really fun treat!! They would be so cute for a school birthday too! Love it! So glad I found you as I'm blog trolling today! I'm now very happily following you and look forward to learning more fun things to make with my kids!

  7. Carrie {My Favorite Finds}

    Those are so cute. You make the most creative food pictures! THanks for sharing at Handmade Tuesdays.

  8. Laura @ cookiecrumbsandsawdust.blogspot

    So cute. Kids come up with the best ideas.

    Visiting from the Mommy Club #40, hope you'll stop by my blog too. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for sharing,
    Laura

  9. Thanks! I will be glad to share! My boys didn't like the pink background so I am playing around with the colors. They wanted me to even out boy colors for them and girl colors for me!ha

  10. Jenny @ The NY Melrose Family

    So cute! My two year old would love these! It would make a great sweet for a dessert table for a puppy party. I'd love it if you'd share these at Whimsy Wednesdays. We go live Tuesday night at 8 EST. I love the new background btw.

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