How to Make Tasty Easy Homemade Donut Holes

Easy Homemade Donut Holes. These Easy Homemade Glazed Doughnut Holes are the cat's pajamas. They pretty much encompass everything you want in a doughnut hole: soft, doughy center, slightly crisp exterior and sticky sweet glaze. Best of all, there's no yeast involved.

Easy Homemade Donut Holes Homemade Oven Baked Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes. It doesn't get any lazier than this thanks to Pillsbury biscuits. They are perfect for a lazy Sunday morning at home or even party treat. You can cook Easy Homemade Donut Holes using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Easy Homemade Donut Holes

  1. Prepare 1 can of biscuits.
  2. Prepare 1 of cooking oil.
  3. Prepare 1 of sugar or.
  4. It’s 1 of powdered sugar or.
  5. Prepare 1 of honey or.
  6. Prepare 1 of be creative….

Good news: It's incredibly easy to learn how to make homemade doughnut holes. (Or maybe not so good news if you're watching your carbs.) Doughnut holes are like doughnuts, except easier. They're basically blobs of doughnut fried up and sometimes rolled in sugar or drizzled with a glimmering sea of sweet glaze. There is no yeast in the recipe. Mix the batter, deep-fry, roll with sugar and eat!

Easy Homemade Donut Holes instructions

  1. Heat the oil to 300°F. I use a deep fryer for more even cooking..
  2. Once you open your can of biscuits, cut them into four equal pieces. I cut them like a pie..
  3. Once you've cut all your donuts, drop them easily into the oil one at a time, try to avoid over crowding. Also, drop donuts from close to the oil surface to avoid splashing yourself with the hot oil..
  4. They will cook for about 5-7 min. Halfway through cooking flip the donuts. They will float and need to be turned over to insure cooking thoroughly. Your donuts are done when they are a golden brown on both sides..
  5. I enjoy rolling my donuts in sugar and local honey that I melt together on the stove. Easier ingredients are powdered sugar, brown sugar, sugar, or even honey without any cooking allows for the kids to get involved. Be creative.
  6. I have recently thought of using peanut butter, or nutella. Only not sure how yet to pull that off. Any ideas are welcome…. ;-).

Bite size donuts (AKA Donut Holes) with a lightly crisp and golden brown, sugar coated exterior, and a soft and fluffy, tender interior. Just like an old fashioned cake donut but ready in a flash! I made this easy donut recipe because who can resist a fresh donut? If you have any extra dough left after cutting out, stick it all together, press it out and repeat the process until you have used up all of the dough. Grease a large bowl with cooking spray and set aside.