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Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Easiest Baked Donut Holes Ever

Today I am sharing the easiest baked donut hole recipe ever.  I am not kidding, this is a silly easy recipe!  In fact, I wouldn't really consider this cooking or baking because it is so easy.  The kids really enjoy this recipe when I make it on the weekends and this particular recipe makes enough for a large gathering too.  They are sweet donut holes made out of refrigerated biscuit dough and baked not fried.

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The Easiest Baked Donut Holes

Free printable recipe here. 


Ingredients:

Can of Refrigerated Biscuits
5 TBSP butter, melted
1/2 cup sugar
3 TBSP cinnamon 

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Directions:

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees and prepare a round baking pan with cooking spray. 

2.  Open biscuits and cut each one into 4 pieces.  

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3.  Roll each cut piece into a small ball. 

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4.  In a medium bowl, combine the sugar and cinnamon until completely mixed together. 

5.  Dip each ball of dough into the melted butter. 

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6.  Place the dough into the cinnamon/sugar bowl and coat each ball of dough in the cinnamon/sugar.  

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7.  Arrange dough balls in the round baking pan until complete full. 

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8.  Bake donuts for 25 minutes at 350 degrees.  

9.  Once done, let cool for at least 10 minutes.  Carefully pull donuts apart and enjoy!  


SO GOOD!!  Here is your warning though, I could literally pop these in my mouth without even thinking about how many I have eaten!  YUM!!!!

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The next time we are invited to a brunch I will be making these to share.  They are the perfect sweet breakfast finger food to accompany a nice spread of savory breakfast foods.  


What is your favorite homemade donut recipe to make with your family?

 
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10 comments:

  1. This donut recipe is so simple and yet looks delicious! No fancy tricks just quick and easy steps to make a perfect donut. I loved this and I will definitely give this a try because I can't wait to pop one of these in my mouth!

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  2. These look so delicious!!! My mom makes her own donuts, and she actually has a donut maker...like a little waffle iron!

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  3. They look so yummy and I love that they are BAKED not fried! Will try them - thank you!

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  4. I have an unhealthy obsession with donuts! These look so yummy and I love how simple the recipe is. I hate cooking with a lot of oil so this is perfect.

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  5. This would be a great idea for when my 2 grandchildren come over. We could do it together and then eat them together. I also like the idea for something to take when our family has a get together.

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  6. I love that these are not fried. I love donuts, but am trying to stay away from fried foods. I'll have to give these a try over the weekend when our granddaughter comes to visit. They look yummy.

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  7. They remind me a lot of monkey bread .. which I used to make all the time when the kids were little. I especially appreciate anything that's baked .. not fried. I'm going to try this recipe the next time my grandson comes for a visit!

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  8. My children would love to wake up to this treat. Weekends are always special for us and we spend as much time together as a family. These baked donut holes would be nice to have together for breakfast on a lazy Saturday morning. No rushing around, no need to get out of our pajamas!

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  9. Oh wow, these look amazing! I loooove donuts and this is such a great take on them! It's very helpful as well that the recipe is very easy to follow. Thanks!

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  10. Yay for donut holes! Such a fun breakfast or snack. I love cinnamon sugar-- the absolute best way to eat donuts in my opinion. Can't wait to make these!

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