Tuesday, June 21, 2011

MMMM Doughnut Holes

 DSC_0360Does anybody else get the craving for fresh homemade doughnuts. Then once you have searched for your recipe and found the perfect one the prep time is an hour! Who wants to wait that long?! I want doughnuts and I want them NOW! SO here is the world EASIEST recipe (actually I don't think you can even call it that!) Here is the quickest homemade doughnuts with out a hard recipe to follow. In fact you can make these for the family and neighbors and take credit for slaving over these! 

Simply grab refrigerator rolls. I had some Pillsbury Grand's in my fridge so this is what I used. You can use any brand any style they all work great! DSC_0344Next you will need a doughnut hole cutter. Don't have one, Ill show you mine! DSC_0345 Yep it is the top of a water bottle! It works to get the perfect size doughnut hole!DSC_0346 DSC_0347       

If you want at this point you can punch a hole in the center of the biscuit and it will fry up a doughnut but I like the doughnut holes, you get more ;) Simply punch out all the dough and then fry up. I fried them at *350 in my deep fryer for about 5 minutesDSC_0349They will come out nice and golden!  DSC_0353next pick your topping. I usually do a batch of cinnamon & sugar and then one of Powdered sugar! DSC_0357 Then sit back and sample! Enjoy your homemade doughnut holes in less then 10 minutes! The best part is when friends ask for your recipe!

Enjoy

kori

21 comments:

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  2. mmmmmm donuts!!!!

    Unfortunately I don't have donuts or biscuits :-(

    Thanks so much for joining the Tuesday Train!

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  3. I'd forgotten about these...we used to have these donuts when I little! Thanks for the reminder...the kids at church will love these too!

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  4. Oh wow...any doughnuts are a friend of mine! These do look easy too!

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  5. oh my i would not have thought to use biscuit, i have to go grocery shopping.

    Would luv for our readers to discover this.
    please add it to our linking party here
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    Have a great week,
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  6. My daddy would make doughnuts from a can of biscuits when we were little. This brings back memories. Thanks!

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  7. This is awesome! I keep seeing the little cake ball/doughnut hole maker things and was thinking this was another one. I LOVE this because now I don't have to buy another piece of equipment to store in my kitchen. May have to try this on Sunday morning! Thanks for linkin' at It's Stinkin' Cute Craft Thursday!

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  8. Yum and so easy! I will definitely try. I am a new follower. Check me out at www.sciencesoftballandsomethingsweet.blogspot.com

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  9. Perfect! Aren't you so smart! Those look amazingly mouthwatering...think I might have to try it. Thanks for sharing your great idea!

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  10. Yummy!!! I would love it if you came over and linked up to Cast Party Wednesday. I have a great collection of recipes going and yours would be a PERFECT addition! http://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com
    Thanks,
    I hope to see you there!

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  11. Wow! Very cool :)

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  12. Now THAT is a recipe even I can't screw up! Looks yummy, I will have to make those for a Sunday morning breakfast!

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  13. Yum! We made these a few weeks ago and added sprinkles to them:) I love your donut hole cutter...very clever!

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  15. This is such a wonderful and easy idea! Thanks! It was fun visiting your place.

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  16. Great fun! We make these for the kids, usually for christmas and birthdays. We use our smallest biscuit cutter tool, but the bottle top is clever. I'm going to make a few cutters like that for the kids to use so we can make them together. Thanks for the idea!

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  17. Great tip for doughnut hole junkies!

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Juice. Hope to see you back again this evening!

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  18. Me and recipes don't go together- even when I have the rceipe right in front of me I choose not to follow it. I love the no recipe doughnut thing you have going on here! I would love it if you shared this with WorkShop Wednesday. It would be a great addition to the party!

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