Yeasted doughnuts are always delicious, but they’re also a lot of work—not so these easy chocolate doughnut holes, which are baked instead of being fried, then dipped in a crackly, not-too-sweet glaze that goes perfectly with their deep cocoa flavor.
They’re also a great example of pantry-friendly baking: They use oil instead of butter, and just a handful of other common baking staples. If you don’t have any buttermilk in the fridge, not to worry; you can easily make your own buttermilk, even from non-dairy milk, in an instant. So go ahead and turn on the oven, because you’re going to want to bake these immediately—and you can!
Check out these Easy Baked Apple Cider Doughnut Holes for an autumnal option.
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To make the glaze:
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