I have decided to make a few sinful treats to share on my blog during these cold winter months. With the holidays nearly over, and with winter arriving with a vengeance, it’s time to get creative in the kitchen again.
I know that lately I’ve been a slacker where baking is concerned, and for that I apologize.
Now, let’s talk doughnut holes.
There is little that is more inviting than freshly made doughnut holes sprinkled in powdered sugar, or dipped in a sweet, sugary glaze. Grab a piping hot mug of cocoa, coffee, or tea to go with them and life is good!
These doughnut holes are baked. So, while there is some guilt involved in consuming these little gems, you can reassure yourself that you did your very best to cut some calories out of them by not frying them.
*This recipe was designed for use with babycakes pop maker.
Devil’s Food Chocolate Doughnut Holes
1/2 c. granulated sugar
3 tbsp. cocoa
3 tbsp. olive oil
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 c. hot water
1/4 c. sour cream
3/4 c. flour
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
In a large bowl, add sugar, cocoa, egg, olive oil, baking soda, baking powder, salt and hot water; mix with electric mixer until thoroughly blended. Add sour cream and flour; beat until smooth and creamy. Add vanilla and mix thoroughly.
Follow the instructions that came with your babycakes maker for baking. Makes 2.5 dozen.
*For best results, store in airtight container overnight and sprinkle with powdered sugar, or dip in powdered sugar glaze the following day. Store in non-airtight container once sugared or glazed.
So, what’s the next sinful treat I’ll be sharing? I’m not sure, it’s going to be hard to top these – seriously!
If you haven’t had a chance to review the other baked doughnut hole recipes I’ve introduced here at The Joy of Caking – then please check them out.
1.) Vanilla Orange Cinnamon Baked Doughnut Holes
2.) Baked Pumpkin Spice Doughnut Holes
3.) Maple Apple Doughnut Holes
15 thoughts on “Devil’s Food Chocolate Doughnut Holes”
Fantastic! I added a small pinch of espresso powder to bring out choc flavor as well as used a very good cocoa powder. Glazed with 1/2 c. Semi sweet choc chips,2 Tbl butter, 1 Tbl corn syrup 1/4 tsp vanilla pinch salt and espresso powder melted over a double boiler. Dipped some in sprinkles and left some simply glazed YUM
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those look completely irresistible!
I have no babycake maker nor could I find one here I suspect. I wonder if you could make them like regular donuts? 🙂 They look so good.
The batter is thicker than a cake batter, but not nearly as thick as regular donut batter. So, my guess is probably not. I’m sorry 😦
Yum! This makes me want a Pop Maker so bad!
You crack me up, everyone is talking about healthy food, and you make doughnut holes…..you and I would be AWESOME friends!!! They sound wonderful, Hugs, Terra
Hey, didn’t you see they are baked – LOL!!! Doesn’t that count – hee hee… Yes, awesome friends for sure!
I could sure use a few of these this cold January morning. They look delicious. Bites of chocolate goodness. Thank you so much for sharing! I hope you have a beautiful beginning to 2013. Full of lots of love, good food, and peace!
I was looking for new recipes to try and I know my husband will just go crazy for these!
You are a god send!
Happy New Year!!!
Glad I could help – lol! Happy New Year!!
Oh yum!! I sure do love donuts. Especially chocolate. These look and sound wonderful.
Hmm… looks so good.
If these are the kind of treats you come back with, slack off all you want! These look incredible and looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.
I have never wanted a pop maker until right now! Those look so good!