No Bake Naked Cakes | Easy little pastries, made with donuts. Perfect for a kids kitchen craft or easy elegant party treat.
Naked Cakes are all the rage right now. From weddings to birthday parties, it seems everyone wants one of these pretty, trendy pastries.

Layer cakes frosted on the top, sides left un-iced, with an array of over-the-top toppings from flowers to berries, traditional naked cakes can be terrifically time consuming. So we decided to create a super-quick version.

These gorgeous little No-Bake Naked cakes are made from plain cake doughnuts and a little frosting. Check out how easy it is to hack today’s hottest dessert trend:

Get the Tools

A few helpful gadgets and accessories to make this recipe even sweeter.

Sweet Creations 11-Piece Treat Decorating Kit. Whether you simply want a perfect icing spatula, or plan to decorate like a pro, this kit has everything you need to frost your no-bake cakes in style.
Fine Mesh Strainer. Sift powdered sugar onto your naked cakes with this 2.5″ sieve.
Scallop Cake Board. Display your cakes on a bakery-style board. A beautiful way to share your creations.
Round Lace Doilies.Another creative display option. Share individual cakes on small plates, lined with these lacy paper doilies.
No Bake Naked Cakes | Easy little pastries, made with donuts. Perfect for a kids kitchen craft or easy elegant party treat.

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No-Bake Naked Cakes

Preparation 15 Serves 6     adjust servings

The gorgeous little No-Bake Naked cakes are made from plain cake doughnuts and a little frosting!

Ingredients

  • 6-10 Doughnuts (2 Doughnuts per "cake")
  • Whipped Frosting
  • Fresh Fruit (blackberries and strawberries)
  • Powdered Sugar (optional)

Instructions

On a plate, lay out a layer of doughnuts. Frost the top of the doughnuts lightly with a layer of whipped Frosting. Once you have added a layer of frosting, top each doughnut with another doughnut. Frost this top doughnut and you have instantly made a cake! Top each cake with fresh fruit and if desired dust with a layer of powdered sugar!

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