I think I made it clear just how much I LOVE the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker, and today I’m going to share how I make Babycakes Donut Holes with the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker. Donut holes! At home! One of our favorite desserts is donut holes with chocolate and caramel dipping sauces. If you have never dipped a donut hole into some caramel sauce, trust me, do it. Oh my word, it’s GOOD.
To make donut holes, you really follow the same steps as you would follow to make cakepops. I tried a few recipes, but hands down the favorite recipes in our house were the ones that came from the Babycakes.
BABYCAKES DONUT HOLES RECIPE
Babycakes Donut Recipe
- 1⅓ cups all-purpose flour
- ⅓ cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ cup milk
- ¼ cup vegetable oil
- ¼ cup sour cream
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- Combine dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
- In separate bowl whisk together remaining ingredients, except glaze or topping.
- Pour liquid ingredients into dry ingredients. Using a mixer on medium speed, blend until smooth.
- Fill each cooking reservoir with about 1 tablespoon of batter.
- Bake about 2 to 3 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into donut comes out clean.
- Glaze or coat with powdered sugar or cinnamon-sugar, as desired
Nutrition information is estimated as a courtesy. If using for medical purposes, please verify information using your own nutritional calculator. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
I also highly recommend their chocolate donut recipes.
I think they have done a great job of developing recipes that work extremely well with their products. Both my husband and daughter said they preferred these to Dunkin Donuts (fried) donut holes. You can whip these up quicker than you could run to Krispy Kreme, and because they are not fried, they really are a great choice if you are going to have donut holes.
Here’s a quick visual of how I created these donut holes…
I made a simple glaze for mine – powdered sugar, a splash of vanilla and enough milk to get it to the consistency that I wanted. I poured my glaze into a pan and then rolled my donut holes around in the glaze, then set them on a rack to let the extra drip off. I think adding some maple instead of vanilla would be a great alternative. You could also roll them around in powdered sugar, cinnamon and sugar, whatever you like.
Even better with some dipping sauces!
You might to also try this delicious recipe for Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes!
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