Yummy Goof Balls

julie blaschka-frank


I made this dozens of times, children helped, now grandchildren help make this. over 30 yrs ago my brothers soon to be wife who was in college majoring in home economics made me a version of GOOF BALLS...children have fun making helping with this too.

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10 Min


10 Min


Deep Fry

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
These were sweet, fluffy, flaky and oh so good. They smelled like donuts while cooking! Everyone kept asking "what are you cooking?" We tried baking these too, but preferred them fried (fried always wins!). They would be great for a bake sale, after-school snack and would look pretty on a holiday dessert table.

If you want to try baking, I baked them at 350 for 20 minutes on a parchment-lined cookie sheet, middle rack of the oven.


1 can(s)
store brand or name brand bisquits
30 small
30 small
chocolate or butterscotch chips
canoila oil to deep fry
1 c
powdered sugar or brown sugar or white sugar

Directions Step-By-Step

HEAT oil for deep frying. PRESS out each cycle of each bisquit. PUT 3 marshmellows and 3 chips in middle. FOLD sides up and pinch together to seal.
FRY in oil, turning to get all sides golden.
DRAIN. COAT "Goof Balls" with sugar of choice, they are hot so use paper bag to shake or tongs to roll around in sugar. OPTIONAL TO SAVE CALORIES you could bake and they are good just plain also.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chocolate, Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American