Doughnut Pops

My husband told me that I cheated by making these because I basically just bought Munchkins from Dunkin Donuts and used them for my Doughnut Pop. I thought maybe I did cheat, but you really can’t go wrong with a Munchkin, can you? They are already baked, delicious and just the right size! I wanted to focus on just getting it right with the decorating and not focus so much on the actual cake part itself.  The result was a lot of happy adults and children eating lollipops. Even if I did cheat a bit, they were really yummy!

Here is the recipe:

1. Doughnut Holes

2. 1 cup of semisweet chips with vegetable oil for desired consistency (or use candy melting chocolate)

3. sprinkles

Melt chocolate in microwave. Dip lollipop stick in chocolate and then stick it in the Munchkin. Put the Munchkins with the lollipop sticks on a cookie sheet and then put in the fridge to set. Let set for about 10 minutes. Add oil to to melted chocolate until you get a good consistency for dipping. Dip munchkin in chocolate and sprinkle some sprinkles on top. make sure to use the right bowl when dipping the Munchkin in the chocolate, preferably a taller glass or measuring cup so its easier to dip.  Stick pop on a styrofoam block to dry. Continue with other Munchkin pops until done. Put all pops in the fridge to set. I would keep these pops in the fridge until ready to serve. If you use candy melting chocolate you would just need to set the chocolate in the fridge and can probably leave them out after they set.

You can modify these any way that you want. Use white chocolate, different color candy melts or add different decorations. They are easy because you already start with a baked product so they are good in a pinch or for even birthday parties. Kids love them and adults love them too.

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