Sweet Stuff Sunday! Sour Cream Doughnut Holes (gluten free!).....

YES. Today's sweet treat is this amazing and super delicious sour cream doughnut hole (or rather bite) creation. It is quite heavenly, I must admit..... I could call them doughnut bites, but I like a good doughnut hole, and even though these were not the leftover center of a real doughnut, I am still calling it a hole! 

I have always loved the cakie goodness of an old fashioned sour cream doughnut, but never tried to make my own variation of a GF version. Oh. My. God. This really is one of the yummiest things I have made all year....

Here's what ya need to make 24 little heavenly 'holes':

~a mini muffin pan
~1/2 C sour cream
~1 egg
~1 tsp vanilla extract
~1/4 C vegatable oil
~1/4 C sugar (or 1/2 C sugar and omit the stevia below)
~1 C Cup4Cup (or you can use just regular ol' all-purpose flour)
~1/2 tsp baking soda
~1/2 tsp salt


~2 C confectioners sugar
~6 Tbsp milk
~1tsp vanilla extract

Preheat oven to 350. Set out some butter to soften for greasing the muffin pan (you will grease pan just before pouring batter).

In a medium bowl, combine sour cream, egg, vanilla extract, and sugar and mix well for about 20 seconds:
then add the flour, baking soda, and salt and mix together:

**grease your muffin pan now** 
then, put a little spoonful in each mini muffin cup, and pop in the oven until the tops are golden and a toothpick comes out clean. I totally forgot to time this part, but I would start checking around 10 minutes - oooops! 
...while your doughnuts are baking, you can go ahead and mix up the icing by combining confectioners sugar, vanilla extract and milk:
...when your doughnuts are ready they will look like this and be springy to the touch:
I placed mine face down on a cooling rack with parchment paper underneath....
...to catch the icing that drips from them as you drizzle it over the warm little dough balls:

After they cooled with the icing on the bottoms of the doughnut 'holes', I then dipped the tops in the remaining icing and put them right-side-up on a plate: 
...and then couldn't resist eating three while they were still a little warm:
I hope if you make these bad boys that you will enjoy them as much as I did!! And if you have any questions about the GF and stevia omissions, just to make regular full sugar and regular flour version, just comment below or shoot me a message! I tried to explain how to measure it out for GF as well as regular, but I may have not been clear enough. Let me know what you think of them!! Mine were truly divine! 

Anyway, hope you all have a lovely Sunday! I just got back from a "walk and waffles" adventure with a couple of my gal pals. Good conversation, waffles, and a five mile walk. This is just what Sundays are for!



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