EASY Churro Donut Holes and Twists. Place on paper towel to drain any remaining oil and toss in cinnamon sugar mixture. Nutella Churro Donut holes are oven baked not fried, filled with Nutella and coated in Buttery Cinnamon Sugar! Satisfy your cravings without increasing your waistline with these extremely addictive and easy to make Nutella Churro Donut Holes!
These kkwabaeggi (꽈배기), or twisted donuts, were one of my favorite after-school treats when I was a kid, something you can still find in many Korean bakeries and being sold on Korean streets. Here's a quick and easy recipe for some blueberry fruit dipping sauce that you can use with these churro donut holes! The beauty of this recipe is two-fold — you make it in the airfry machine which is healthier and it's fast, plus you use pre-made biscuit dough so it's EASY!! You can cook EASY Churro Donut Holes and Twists using 4 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of EASY Churro Donut Holes and Twists
- Prepare 1 can of premade biscuits.
- Prepare of Oil for frying.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of sugar.
- It’s 1 of tablesppon cinnamon.
There is literally no prep time for this recipe. If I can't have churros, cinnamon sugar twist doughnuts is the next best thing (if not it's equal)! The original dough recipe yields a dozen doughnut rings and a dozen or so doughnut holes. How to Make Churro Donut Holes the Easy Way.
EASY Churro Donut Holes and Twists step by step
- Heat oil to 375 in either a deep fryer or a deep pot..
- For “holes” Cut biscuits into quarters and drop into bubbling oil and fry until they’re golden brown and float to the top of the oil..
- For churro “twists” flatten dough and using a pizza cutter, cut into 2-1×3” strips and twist, cook the same way as the holes..
- Place on paper towel to drain any remaining oil and toss in cinnamon sugar mixture. Serve immediately..
For the filling, in a bowl, beat the cream cheese, condensed milk, vanilla and hydrated gelatin until smooth. Then fold in the whipped cream. Lower the heat to medium heat, then gently set. When oil is hot, carefully drop a few of the doughnut holes into oil at a time. (See Tip.) Using slotted metal spoon or kitchen spider, continuously turn holes over and over until golden brown. Remove from oil; place on paper towel-lined plate to drain.