Doughnut Holes with Sugar Glaze and Whatever Toppings Make You Happy
If you were known to hog a box of Dunkin’ Donuts’ Munchkins as a child, you’ll just love this homemade doughnut holes recipe. When the box is empty, licking the sugar off your fingers is all fun and games—until everything gets sticky and icky. These doughnut holes on a stick mean no mess on-the-go, and Matt Armendariz, author of On a Stick!, appreciates that. Rising and rolling are part of the recipe here, but don’t let deter you from making doughnut holes from scratch. No doughnut devotee wants to miss this sweet treat with soft, dough centers and perfectly golden, greasy crusts. Coat the doughnut holes in whatever your heart desires—shredded coconut, multicolored sprinkles, or chopped peanuts. Doughnut Holes with Sugar Glaze and ToppingsIngredientsExcerpted from On a Stick! by Matt Armendariz. Reprinted with permission from Quirk Books.