It's a simple formula: doughnut hole + stick + toppings. The result? A delicious no-bake cake pop that will be gobbled up at parties or at the end of a fun family meal.
Butter, powdered sugar, and (of course) honey make the light-but-sweet frosting in these yummy doughnut pops. We embellished them with candy flowers, but you also could add gummy bees, edible flowers, or an extra drizzle of honey for a pretty effect.
This doughnut pop can be customized with your favorite chocolate candy bar (we have six suggestions to start). Spread melted chocolate frosting atop a plain cake doughnut hole, then push in a few chopped-up candy bars for a tasty dessert.
Why not bring bacon to the dessert menu? This salty-sweet take on doughnut pops brings together maple syrup, cooked bacon, and chopped peanuts for the ultimate postdinner indulgence.
Here's a clever way to transform chocolate sandwich cookies: Use them as a fun sprinkle atop white chocolate-glazed doughnut holes. Kids and adults will adore them!
Our editors gave this simple recipe a top rating. The toasted almonds make all the difference: They add a smoky, salty crunch to the lightly glazed plain cake doughnuts.
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