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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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

Directions Step-By-Step

1
If 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.
2
Pineapple topping, jelly or jam. (If it is chunky: add 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey and put in blender to remove chunks).
3
Peach jam: (if chunky: put in blender with 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey to remove chunks).
4
Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry jams, (put in blender with 1 TBS. clear corn syrup or honey in remove chunks).
5
Put a couple Tablespoons of filling into a squeeze bottle.
(can use pastry bag and tips, cookie press with tips).
6
Holding 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.
7
Pineapple.
8
Peach.
9
Raspberry.
10
Strawberry.
11
Glazed.
12
Glazed Raspberry.
13
Powdered Sugar.
14
Powdered Sugar Raspberry.

About this Recipe

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