Who among us doesn't like donuts? Nobody? We thought so. And raise your hand if you dig crayons? OK, it's unanimous — we all love donuts and crayons. So why has it taken so long for someone to come up with the concept of donut crayons?
If I took a poll around here of uses for donut pans, I am willing to bet that the answers would not stray very far from their intended purpose. But the always interesting Tiffanie from corner blog has decided to come up with 101 uses for her new pans and has gotten off to a great start. After making a batch of Cornbread Cocktail Donuts for use number one, her mind turned to crayons and off she went. After she and her kids removed the paper and separated the crayon bits by color, they slowly melted them down in the oven.
After some time on a cooling rack and a brief stint in the freezer, out they popped, looking amazingly psychedelic and weirdly delicious.
We cannot wait to see what else is in store for these donut pans. Keep us posted, Tiffanie!
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(Images: Tiffanie Turner)