Blood Shot Eyeballs for Halloween

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Are you in the hunt for some No Bake DIY Halloween Treats? I have a ton of fun things you can create easily in the kitchen and the kids will love them!

We’ve been making these powdered donut bloodshot eyeballs for years and they are so easy to crate.

Ingredients Needed to Make Powdered Donut Eyeballs

  • powdered donuts
  • red icing gel
  • chocolate chops
  • gummy Lifesavers

These are so easy to assemble.

Simply take your powdered donut and top it with the gummy Lifesaver.

Top the Lifesaver with the chocolate chip.

Use the red decorating gel to draw lines from the center of the “eyeball” to the bottom of the “eyeball”.

Here is a video I made showing you how to make these eyeballs out of donuts as well as five other no bake treats that are perfect for Halloween!

6 No Bake Halloween Treats

It is so not too late to make these!

My twins made these years ago at Mothers Day Out when they were two or three year old and we’ve made them each year since. My twins are teenagers now and this is one of their favorite memories.

Below is a video when they were about three years old showing us how to make them.

Gooey Blood Shot Eyeballs from Crystal on Vimeo.

Blood Shot Eyeballs for Halloween

Blood Shot Eyeballs for Halloween

These blood shot eyeballs are a perfect addition to your Halloween gathering.


  • powdered donuts
  • red icing gel
  • chocolate chops
  • gummy Lifesavers


  1. Place a powdered donut and top it with a gummy lifesaver candy.
  2. The chocolate chip needs to go on top of the lifesaver candy.
  3. With the red gel draw lines to create a bloodshot eyeball look.


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  4. Ladygoogoogaga says:

    Great idea I might use this for our Halloweenarty! Thanks…..

  5. These are so cool, love fun ideas for halloween food. I would love for you to share these at Bacon Time.

  6. Erin @ Making Memories says:

    Very cute!e

    1. Thanks for stopping by Shannon!
      Have fun making these blood shot eyeballs.

  7. Haha, that’s a great idea! They look really creepy.:)

  8. Even my teens will think this is hilarious! Thanks for linking to Food on Fridays!

  9. The Blood Shot Eyeballs are just adorable! Hope you have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  10. They look positively spooky! And funnily enough we have some eye balls coming to Red Ted Art next week too!! Hehehe.

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!


  11. These eyeballs are disgusting… so perfect for halloween! Great idea!! 🙂

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