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Cooking Up a Hooley In the Kitchen: Holy Moly Donut Hole Do It Yourself Bar

Cooking Up a Hooley In the Kitchen:
Holy Moly Donut Hole Do It Yourself Bar
By Katie Gagne

  ~~ Winter Weekend Mornings ~~

Beat the winter doldrums by grabbing the family or friends and indulging in something different and sure to bring about lots of smiles. Who wouldn’t love a Donut Hole Bar? 
Imagine all the things you can add to these little bites of sweetness to raise the yumminess to an unreal level. You can be as creative as you want. No baking or cooking involved.
Oh, and as a disclaimer – this is unapologetically full of calories, full of sugar, and full of fun.

Holy Moly Donut Hole Do It Yourself Bar                                                                 

Ingredients
Donut Holes:  Stop by your favorite donut shop or grocery store and grab whatever and how ever many donut holes that look enticing.  I use glazed, cinnamon, powdered sugar, apple cider cake, chocolate cake, and blueberry cake donuts, as well as jelly-filled ones.

Toppings
Pretty much, whatever you can think of to dip, cover, and sprinkle these little donuts with works great.

Tasty Things to Try  
Marshmallow Crème, Melted White Chocolate, Chocolate Fudge, Melted Cream Cheese, Strawberry Topping, Salted Caramel Sauce, Maple Syrup, Bacon, Orange Zest, Mini Chocolate Chips, Coconut Flakes, Cocoa Powder, Espresso Powder, Cinnamon Chips, Crushed Peppermint Candy, Crushed Oreos, Marshmallows, Sprinkles and Jimmies, Capt’n Crunch, Lucky Charms, Fruit Loops, and Cocoa Krispies.

Enjoy with a warm cup of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa.

*Katie Gagne teaches English at Trinity High School in Garfield Heights. She is also the owner of her in-home bakery Sassy’s Sweets and Oh So Much More. You can contact her at (440) 773-4459 or at mkbluebows@aol.com, or find her on Facebook at @sassyssweetsandmore.

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