Super Easy Donut Holes

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

 I just got back Monday night from my friend Catherine’s bachelorette party. Good times in Texas! Overall I really loved it, but there was too little time to be able to take it all in. The one thing I really wanted to do was the food trucks (big surprise there) and I never did get the chance. Total bust! I wanted something BBQ and something sweet. I can just imagine that donut holes like these would have been melt.in.your.mouth delicious fresh from a food truck.

Luckily we know how to make donut holes at home!

This recipe was embarrassingly easy! Store bought biscuits, fried in a minute or less, then rolled in cinn-sugar. Can it get any tastier?

Well, yes it can. With dulce de leche dipping sauce of course! We buy the squeeze jar dulce de leche so that its always at the ready. Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Here’s what you’ll need

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Cut biscuits into quarters

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Should look something like this. Then form into balls, don’t need to be perfect

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Fry until golden brown, about 40 seconds to 1 minute

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Let the oil absorb from the donut holes on a paper towel lined plate

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Roll around in cinnamon and sugar

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures

Serve with dulce de leche dipping sauce

 

Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures
Super Easy Donut Holes
Super Easy Donut Holes recipe pictures
Serves 3
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Ingredients
  1. 1 can jumbo buttermilk biscuits
  2. 1 cup sugar
  3. 2 tablespoons cinnamon
  4. vegetable oil, for frying
  5. dulce de leche, for dipping (optional)
Instructions
  1. Open a can of biscuits and cut the biscuits into quarters. Form into balls.
  2. In a medium heavy-bottomed pot, heat vegetable oil to 350 degrees F. Place the donut holes into the hot oil, a few at a time. Fry until golden brown, about 40 seconds to 1 minute.
  3. While the donut holes fry, whisk together cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl. Set aside.
  4. Once the donuts are golden brown, transfer to a paper towel lined plate. Continue frying the rest in batches.
  5. Roll each donut hole around in the cinnamon-sugar mixture until fully coated.
  6. Serve with ducle de leche dipping sauce on the side, if desired.
Adapted from a Live Love Pasta original
Adapted from a Live Love Pasta original
livelovepasta http://livelovepasta.com/

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