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Celebrate Mother’s Day, host a bridal shower, welcome a new baby, or just spend some time with your best gal pals! With just 4 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep, these Strawberry Chocolate Donut Kabobs are a perfectly festive and delicious way to spoil the ladies in your life! And don’t forget the champagne…

Seriously, is there anything that women love more than chocolate, strawberries, and champagne?! Add in endless time for girl talk and laughter and you’ve got a recipe for success! Today’s sweet treat combines all of these favorites in a simple dish that’s easy enough for a last-minute cocktail hour, yet elegant enough for your next holiday brunch!

A side shot of strawberry chocolate donut kabobs on a silver plate with a glass of pink sparkling wine in the background

My friend Hope and I recently co-hosted a baby shower for our friend Mollie. We decided that we had discovered the perfect party-planning arrangement — I was in charge of the food, while Hope was in charge of the venue.

I just selected a few of my favorite quick-prep brunch recipes, did the grocery shopping, and then brought everything over to Hope’s house on the day of the event. I considered this the easy task!

Hope was the one who had to clean her house (while 3 little kids ran around), set a dining room table with fine china that she hadn’t used in years, and wash all of the dishes when the guests were gone. She was thrilled to not have to worry about the menu, while I was thrilled to not have to vacuum my house!

A photo of three strawberry chocolate donut kabobs on a silver plate with a bowl of strawberries in the background

I made my job even easier by selecting only brunch recipes that required minimal ingredients and came together quickly.

I knew that I would be transporting the food to Hope’s house, so I didn’t want to be carting tons of groceries or delicate cakes that could be damaged en route. Simple solutions like these Donut Kabobs were fast, elegant, and absolutely delicious!

An overhead shot of bakery donut holes used to make strawberry chocolate donut kabobs

These Strawberry Chocolate Donut Kabobs Could Not Be Easier!

I picked up a box of Farm Rich Chocolate Donut Holes in the frozen section of our local grocery store, which meant that they were fresh and warm when I baked them on the day of the party.

They only require about 7 minutes in the oven (or toaster oven), so they’re a great last-minute solution when you want something that tastes decadent and special, but you don’t have time to bake from scratch.

A photo of donut holes being dipped in chocolate to make strawberry chocolate donut kabobs

I like to use the vanilla glaze that comes right in the box of Donut Holes, but you can certainly skip that step if you prefer. A drizzle of chocolate syrup at the end gives the final product a lovely special touch!

An overhead shot of strawberry chocolate donut kabobs on a sliver serving plate with flowers

Hope was in charge of the beverages at the party, which included coffee, mimosas, and juice. But this bottle of sparkling rosé was the true hit! It was the perfect complement to the donut kabobs, and the perfect addition to a Champagne Brunch!

Let me tell you — whether you’re planning a baby shower, a bridal shower, or a Mother’s Day fete, please be sure to pop a bottle of bubbly when you serve these donut kabobs! It is the ultimate way to treat yourself and the ladies that you love!

A close up of a glass of champagne getting poured in a glass with strawberry chocolate donut kabobs in the background

Chocolate donuts + fresh strawberries + bubbly pink wine = a match made in heaven!

A close up of glass of pink champagne with strawberry chocolate donut kabobs in the background

As busy moms, we all deserve some special time to relax, enjoy uninterrupted conversation with our friends, and indulge in a sweet treat.

Whether your children make these Donut Kabobs for you on Mother’s Day or you prepare a batch for your best friends, it’s an easy 4-ingredient recipe that anyone can pull off! Cheers!

Extra Tips

  • Try using different fruits such as pineapple and other berries
  • Swap out the chocolate donut holes for another flavor (such as vanilla or Munchkins with sprinkles)
  • Drizzle with your favorite chocolate
  • To make in advance store them in the fridge for up to 1 day

More fun treats that are perfect for a Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day brunch:

Close image of Strawberry Chocolate Donut Kabobs with pink rose in the background

Strawberry Chocolate Donut Kabobs

5 from 1 vote
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 7 minutes
0 minutes
Total: 12 minutes
Servings 5 servings
Calories 191.2 kcal
Celebrate Mother's Day, host a bridal shower, enjoy Valentine's Day, or just spend some time with your best gal pals! With just 4 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep, these Strawberry Chocolate Donut Kabobs are a perfectly festive and delicious way to spoil the ladies in your life! And don't forget the champagne...

Ingredients
  

  • 10 frozen FarmRich Chocolate Donut Holes (plus 1 packet of vanilla glaze included in package)
  • 10 strawberries
  • 10 large marshmallows
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate sauce
  • 5 bamboo skewers

Instructions

  • Heat the donut holes in the oven, toaster oven, or microwave according to package instructions.
  • Dip warm donut holes in thawed vanilla glaze.
  • Alternate threading strawberries, marshmallows, and donut holes on a skewer. Repeat with remaining skewers.
  • Drizzle kabobs with chocolate sauce, if desired.

Notes

  • Try using different fruits such as pineapple and other berries
  • Swap out the chocolate donut holes for another flavor (such as vanilla or Munchkins with sprinkles)
  • Drizzle with your favorite chocolate
  • To make in advance store them in the fridge for up to 1 day

Nutrition

Serving: 1kabobCalories: 191.2kcalCarbohydrates: 25.7gProtein: 1.5gFat: 4.5gSaturated Fat: 1.8gSodium: 125.7mgFiber: 1gSugar: 26.1g
Keyword: dessert kabobs, Mother's day desserts
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Author: Blair Lonergan
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  1. Ooooooooh! They look so delicious and I cannot wait to try them next time I have to bring a decadent desert somewhere.

    Thanks for the recipe.

  2. Now I just have to figure out hope to leave the iPad on this email so that my big boy and little boy get the hint. HaHa!