Top 10 Donut Coloring Pages For Your Toddler


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Fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside and dusted with sugar – nothing can beat a truly delicious donut! These melt in the mouth desserts make a wonderful occasional treat for children. While you cannot give donuts to your kids all the time, you can certainly give them our donut coloring pages! Here are ten of the most amazing donut coloring pages for your children to enjoy.

Beautiful Donut Coloring Pages

1. Yummy Donuts:

Here’s a yummy printable donut coloring pages for your kids to indulge in. Jelly, old-fashioned, cruller, cake, cream filled, the varieties of donuts are seemingly endless. Tell your kid that those sprinkles and frosting can be of any color they like. But ensure that he uses bright colors to add to this sweet scene.

2. My Favorite Kind Of Donut:

This coloring cum worksheet requires your kid to make his favorite donut toppings on this coloring page. Instruct him to use appetizing colors like pink, brown and red for the donut. Try to make it as lifelike as possible. And when he’s done, ask him with whom he would like to share his donut? Mommy, daddy or friends?

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3. Different Types Of Donuts:

Here’s a coloring page of various kinds of donuts placed on a tray. The first one is a frosted donut with sprinkles. The second one is a custard or cream filled donut with frosting. The next one is a heart-shaped donut with cute heart shaped sprinkles. And the last one is a frosted donut with cream drizzled on top. Tell your kid to imagine the taste of the donut as he colors the diagram.

4. Bart Simpson Taking A Bite:

That’s a huge donut Bart Simpson. Can you devour it all yourself? Bart Simpson, also known as El Barto, is the tritagonist of the American animated sitcom ‘The Simpsons.’ He is a rebellious, misunderstood and a potentially dangerous eldest kid of Mage and Homer Simpson. He also has an insatiable hunger for donuts, as you can decipher from this coloring page.

5. D’lish Donut ShopkinsWorld:

D’lish Donut is a cute Shopkin in the bakery team of the Shopkins World. She is a super sweet, strawberry donut, with a slightly competitive spirit. She loves playing golf and basketball. D’lish Donut has a light brown base with bright pink frosting. D’lish Donut has blue, yellow and pink sprinkles on it. She also has a chocolate variant.

6. Donut Hole Inventor:

Did you know who made the holes in the donuts? A 15-year-old Baker Hanson Crockett made the first donut with holes in 1847. He made the holes because he thought that the donut centers were too soggy. Tell your kid to draw the donuts he’d like to place on the tray. Then have him color the picture.

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7. Donut And Hot Chocolate:

There’s nothing pleasing than sipping a cup of hot chocolate and munching donuts on a cold, winter evening. It’s truly a match made in heaven. The donut here is overflowing with chocolate chips and white chocolate frosting. Tell your kid to use beige for the base, white for the frosting and of course, dark brown for the chocolate chips. And tell him to use his creative prowess to color the hot chocolate mug.

8. A Simple Donut Coloring Page:

Here’s a simple coloring page of donut for your preschooler to color. You can also ask your child to review the shapes he sees on this coloring page. Did you know that donuts came from Manhattan under the name olykoeks? That’s because a cow kicked a pot of oil into the pastry mixture.

9. A Box Of Donut:

Here’s a box of donut waiting for your kid to color. But a naughty child has taken out a donut from the box and is relishing it. Tell your child to color the donuts in different shades. He can even draw sprinkler, choco chips and drizzled cream on the top. Ask your child whom he would like to present this box of donut and see what he answers.

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10. ‘Donut Forget’:

This coloring page shows a father reading out the Holy Bible to his kids. The kids are listening very attentively to their father, so is the donut, which is peeking from the box. Below the diagram, it’s written, “We can read and obey the Bible, God’s Word”. Take this coloring page as an opportunity to discuss the Bible and its teachings.

So why wait? Download all these donut coloring pages and let your kid’s imagination soar. Encourage him to use bright and vibrant colors to make these donut coloring pages as incredible as possible. And do not forget to share his work with us by commenting below.

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