Stretch a clothesline across your playing area. If you are playing indoors, it is smart to lay down a tarp or newspaper. Setup Photos: The player that can eat their entire doughnut, without dropping most of it on the ground, in the fastest time is the winner.
Secure the doughnut to the clothesline by either sliding the "necklace" over one end of the clothesline, tying the string directly to the clothesline, or by clipping with a paperclip or binder clip. How to Stats Setup: Team Division: Have each player choose a doughnut and stand in front of it with their hands clasped firmly behind their back. Have one player sit in a chair or kneel on the floor, and have the other player dangle the doughnut for their partner.
Bring on Spring. Prepare the doughnuts ahead of time at least one per guest: On "Go!
If your hole is rather small or baked shut, use a pipe cleaner to make a needle. How to Play: Doughnuts on a String Doughnuts on a String is "bobbing for apples" in reverse. Play as a relay race, with team members taking turns one at a time.
For a winter-themed party, use powdered doughnut and call them snowflakes. Instead of dunking your head into water, you're stretching as high as you can to nibble on dangling doughnuts. String each doughnut with a piece of yarn.
Make sure the doughnut are spread out enough so that all players have room.