Filled Donut Holes

Colleen Sowa

By
@colleenlucky7

We have been making filled donut holes since I was a little girl. My grandchildren love to help making these wonderful bite size treats.

We fill plain donut holes, cinnamon sugar coated, chocolate coated, powdered sugar and glazed donut holes with a large variety of fillings.

This was a fun project for a sleep over activity, loads of fun!

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Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Comments:
Serves:
1 - 100
Prep:
30 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

DONUT HOLES

1 - 100
home made, store bought or refrigerator biscuits

OPTIONAL FILLINGS:

raspberry jam
strawberry jam
pineapple jam or topping
butterscotch pudding cups
chocolate pudding cups
lemon pie filling or pudding
custard or vanilla pudding

OPTIONAL COATINGS:

powdered sugar
powdered sugar glaze
cinnamon sugar
frosting

Step-By-Step

1If you are making your own donut holes: prepare using your favorite recipe and directions.

When done frying donut holes, put on paper towel lined surface to absorb oil and to cool.
2Pineapple topping, jelly or jam. (If it is chunky: add 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey and put in blender to remove chunks).
3Peach jam: (if chunky: put in blender with 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey to remove chunks).
4Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry jams, (put in blender with 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey in remove chunks).
5Put a couple Tablespoons of filling into a squeeze bottle.
(can use pastry bag and tips, cookie press with tips).
6Holding a donut hole, press the tip of the squeeze bottle into the donut hole. Squeeze the bottle to put filling into donut hole. Repeat until you want to change filling flavor.
7Pineapple.
8Peach.
9Raspberry.
10Strawberry.
11Glazed.
12Glazed Raspberry.
13Powdered Sugar.
14Powdered Sugar Raspberry.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids