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Cinnamon Donut Hole Recipe

Updated on February 18, 2012
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Ever wonder how to make donut holes? Well every time I go to a donut shop or bakery this is one of the things I order they are the perfect size and they are delicious! So I decided to look up a recipe for them and it included frying for a certain amount of time. I thought the recipe was just to difficult for me to handle and I would have rather went out and bought them other than trying to fry them. I told my very talented aunt that I was eager to make my own so she taught me about her recipe that included no frying! The donut holes tasted just the same and were a lot less fattening. I decided to write a hub about it and give yall the secret recipe so you can bake your own donut holes for breakfast! I know the husbands and the kiddos love this recipe, and I know you will too so try it out and keep reading for instructions and things you will need! Thanks for reading:)

Ingredients and Directions:

Ingredients:

1 1/3 cups of flour

1 cup of crushed rice cereal (Rice Krispies work great)

3 tablespoons of sugar

You will also need 1/2 cup of sugar as well (keep the two sugars seperate)

3 teaspoons of baking powder

1/3 teaspoon of salt

1/4 cup of butter flavored Crisco or other shortening

1/2 cup of fat free milk

1 1/2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon

1/4 cup of melted butter

Directions:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. In a large bowl sift salt, baking powder, two tablespoons of sugar, crushed cereal, and flour. Then cut in your crisco with fork until the mixture starts to crumble. After that you are going to add your milk and make sure it mixes well. Once you have finished mixing you are going to roll out your dough into one inch balls and place them onto a plate. Mix your cinnamon and left over sugar in one bowl, in a seperate bowl place your melted butter. Place the donut holes into the butter and then dip them into the cinnamon and sugar mix. Then place donut holes onto a cookie sheet and bake for 15 to 17 minutes, to make sure the donuts are done put a toothpick into the donut and if it comes out clean then they are done! You are all done baking! You better get em while their hot, you will see how delicious they are in just one bite. Thank you so much for reading if you are interested in more recipes then check out the awesome links below!

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    • rob_allen profile image

      rob_allen 6 years ago from MNL, PH

      thank kayyluh! :)

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      Haha alright I'm wishing for you right now! :) And hey I believe in beginner's luck too. Don't worry you will get it:)

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      rob_allen 6 years ago from MNL, PH

      of course! I will. I am kinda nervous because it will be my first time. But hey, i still believe in the so called beginner's luck. Wish me luck :)

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      Your welcome! I'm so glad you liked it, let me know how they turn out:) Thanks for reading rob!

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      rob_allen 6 years ago from MNL, PH

      oh wow! I lovvvvve donuts! Thanks for sharing this. I will definitely practice donut making 101 as soon as I have time for it :)

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      rlaha 6 years ago from Spartanburg, SC

      :) Thanks!

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      haha you got it rlaha! :)

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      rlaha 6 years ago from Spartanburg, SC

      Haha! Good thinking! :) I won't tell if you won't :).

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      kayyluh 6 years ago

      Thats exactly how I am! I'm not supposed to eat them but hey these are a little bit better for you so it's not cheating haha:) We just won't tell!

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      rlaha 6 years ago from Spartanburg, SC

      I love doughnuts! I am supposed to be good and am trying not to eat them, but I really feel like having them sometimes. Thank you for this recipe. I will have to try this sometime. :)

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