Craving something sweet this Valentine’s Day? Entenmann’s Introduces the sweetest Valentine’s Day bouquet ever created. Entenmann’s is celebrating the holiday for lovers with the Entenmann’s Sweet Valentine’s Edible Bouquet and Entenmann’s Sweet Donut Sweepstakes (see below for details). Entenmann’s fans won’t want to miss out on this mouthwatering celebration!
Connecticut Lifestyles Magazine is giving away an Entenmann’s Sweet Valentine’s Edible Bouquet prize pack to one lucky winner. You get everything you need to make an edible bouquet for your favorite Valentine.
Create the Entenmann’s Sweet Valentine’s Edible Bouquet, using the recipe card with simple step-by-step instructions and easy-to-find ingredients lke Entenmann’s Softee and Pop’ Em plain cake donuts. With chocolate, sprinkles and a pinch of creativity, you can the most delicious bouquet your loved one has ever received!
The Entenmann’s Sweet Valentine’s Prize includes:
- Five $7 Entenmann’s Coupons
- Mr.and Mrs. Rich Frosted Plush Toys
- $30 Amex Gift for supplies
- Edible Bouquet Recipe Card
- An $80 Value
- One 12 oz. Bag each white, pink and red candy melting wafers
- 24 Lollipop sticks (10 inches long)
- 3 Entenmann’s Plain Softee donuts
- 12 Entenmann’s Pop’ems donuts
- Assorted sprinkles and candies for decorating
- 1 Tube white decorating icing
- 1 Vase
- Valentine candies to fill up vase
1. Line 3 cookie sheets with wax paper.
2. Melt the white candy wafers in a bowl according to package instructions.
3. Dip one end of a lollipop stick into the melted candy and insert into a donut. Transfer to a prepared sheet.
4. Repeat with the remaining lollipop sticks and both Softee donuts and Pop’ems donuts. Place the cookie sheets into the freezer to set for about 15 minutes.
5. Meanwhile, melt the red and pink candy wafers in separate bowls according to package instructions.
6. Dip one of the chilled donuts into the melted candy to cover completely. Allow the excess to drip back into the bowl. While the candy is still wet, add the desired sprinkles. Transfer dipped donuts back to the cookie sheet.
7. Repeat with the remaining donuts, and place in the freezer to set for 15 minutes.
8. Draw petals on the larger donuts with the white decorating icing. Attach smaller candies using dots of icing as “glue”.
9. Fill a vase with the small candies. Insert the stick end of the donut pops into the vase to look like an arrangement of flowers and enjoy!
Make sure you also enter the Entenmann’s Sweet Donut Sweepstakes for the chance to win lots of prizes, including Entenmann’s coupons, Mr. Rich Frosted and Ms. Crumb plush toys, 1-800-Flowers arrangements and more! There is one entry per household per week allowed and it ends on February 27, 2014.