For Halloween, I knew I wanted to bake something with pumpkin. Since we didn't have any plans to dress up and go out, a celebratory night (or two) of stuffing our faces with sweet delights seemed more than appropriate. I made these pumpkin donut holes or timbits as I like to call them (for all my fellow Canadians) here, and it was blissful. Pillowy little bites of pure pumpkin pie flavour made complete with a light sugary coating -- it was like fall in a morsel. And there's something extremely comforting about the intoxicating aroma wafting from the oven. The recipe uses a mini muffin pan, but since we don’t have one, I rolled them into little balls with my hands and baked them on a baking sheet.