This recipe for glazed donut holes is also a boozy one, making it a fairly adult way to either start your day or snack at a different time. Featured on the Imperial Sugar blog, Amy Kritzer's treat is also topped with the crumbs of chocolate-covered potato chips, which give the alcoholic dessert a crunchy texture too.
To create the chocolatey chips, you'll need semi sweet chocolate, sea salt and classic potato chips. The boozy glaze is made out of Irish creme liquor, powdered sugar and whole milk. You'll also require ingredients like butter, cinnamon and granulated sugar for the donut holes.
The glazed donut holes are perfect for parties as they already have your drunk munchies incorporated as a garnish on top.