Homemade Croissant-Doughnuts, Truffles and More DIY Treats
We know there's no substitute for the real thing—but these DIY versions come really, really close (and you can eat them in your pajamas).
It's not that making these sweets-on-sticks is difficult—but it can be a little time-consuming (bake the cake, crumble the cake, mix the cake with frosting, form it into balls, are you still with us?). This no-brainer recipe from blogger Angie Dudley, aka Bakerella
, uses store-bought doughnut holes, which you dip in melted candy coating, chocolate chips or white chocolate chips. Leave them at that, or decorate with espresso beans, crushed pretzels or any of these other brilliant toppings
Get the recipe: Doughnut-Hole Cake Pops
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