Tequila Shot Doughnut Holes Combine The Very Best Of Both Worlds (Photos)

I've always been a strong advocate of any hybrid food that simultaneously allows you to get your drink on.

Seriously, if there's one thing I love more than getting turnt up with tequila, it's indulging in a decadent dessert.

So, if you also happen to be a party animal with a sweet tooth, you'll be glad to know you can finally have your beloved tequila and eat it, too.

Feast your eyes on the almighty Tequila Shot Doughnut Hole.

Created by Oh, Bite It!, these babies transform boring, bite-sized donuts into delectable, tequila-filled treats decked out in a double coating of lime glaze and topped off with a dash of salt.

These tipsy treats are pretty much Cinco de Mayo essentials, and you can even make them at home, right after you throw on your favorite sombrero and cue the Mariachi music.

In no time, you'll have two dozen Tequila Shot Doughnut Holes that are sure to taste like a fiesta in your mouth.

Tequila Shot Doughnut Holes combine your beloved dessert with your BFF, José.

They let you satisfy your sweet tooth while getting a little wavy.

Aside from looking downright delicious...

...these tipsy treats look like a mouthwatering blackout just waiting to happen.

You'll need tequila, eggs, flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, butter, confectioner's sugar, limes and oil to complete the recipe.

Make the glaze by combining the confectioner's sugar with the lime juice and zest.

In a separate bowl, whisk together the tequila, egg, flour, sugar, butter, baking powder and salt.

Then, roll these babies up into dough balls and throw them in some sizzling oil.

Once they're fried to golden perfection, remove them from the oil and place them on a rack to cool.

Coat each delectable doughnut hole in glaze and place it back on the rack.

As you wait for the first layer of glaze to set, try your best not to dive face first into these tantalizing treats.

Don't forget to add the second coating of gooey, delicious glaze.

No tequila shot is complete without a little salt, so while the doughnut holes are still wet with glaze...

...sprinkle a little salt over each one, and voilà! You can now get drunk from doughnut holes.

If only all of our favorite desserts could get us white girl wasted.

Citations: Tequila Shot Doughnut Holes (Oh, Bite It!)