Sunday, January 27, 2013

Donut Holes for Valentines Day Breakfast

Today, I'm sharing a really easy recipe for Donut Holes for Valentines Day Breakfast.  These are especially delicious and when you see how easy they are to make your going to love them even more.  I feel like I am becoming the queen of semi homemade food.  Writing the blog, linking at parties, throwing the party on Wednesdays, trying to comment on everyone's links (not always possible), and trying to come up with new ideas, I am left with very little time.  So I find that when I used to cook for scratch, I now turn to semi homemade cooking.  This is one of those great recipes that people turn around and say, "Really, that's it.  I can make that."  You sure can.  It's that easy.

Donut Hole for Valentines Breakfast


1 can Pillsbury Grands Honey Butter Biscuits
1 cup powdered sugar


Fill a frying pan (cast iron if you have it) half full with oil

Heat oil to about 240 to 250 degrees

Cut the Grands Biscuits into quarters.

Roll into balls

Once oil has reached the correct temperature start putting the rolled biscuits into the hot oil.

Once the donut holes start browning make sure that you are turning them so that they are lightly browned all over.

Remove from the oil and put on paper towels to drain.

Put the powdered sugar in a bowl large enough to be able to toss donut holes around in it.

Put 4 to 5 donut holes into the bowl with the powdered sugar and toss until donut holes are covered in the powdered sugar. 

I had little muffin cups for valentines day, that I put them in for serving.  Once you remove them from the sugar you can put them into the muffin cups and put on a tray to serve.

Makes 32 donut holes

I really hope that you like this recipe.  They were delicious.  Vince stopped by the morning after I had made them and ate about 8 with his coffee, then he made me take them away.  The office also seemed to love them.  They were gone very quickly.  I always love hearing from you.


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  1. This looks so delicious! and easy, Debi :-) Pity we do not have the Pilsbury Biscuits... we have some of Pilsbury products but not a lot!

  2. Debi, these are amazing!!! Using pre-made products make it so simple and less mess. Happy Sunday!

  3. I like the little guys, I feel less guilty eating them. :)

  4. Oh, this is too easy! Yes, I can do it! Thank you so much for sharing with us, now there will be donut holes for Valentine's day!

  5. So cute and easy! My little girl loves donut holes!

  6. Thanks so much for sharing this easy and fun recipe!! Can't wait to try this!! Stopping from Let's Get Social Sunday!

  7. Oh my- those look amazing! You should share them at my Wed party open now.

    1. Hi Gina,
      Right now I'm out of the country, but if you leave me the link to your blog, I'll share them at your party after I get home. Thanks so much for visiting Adorned From Above.
      Have a wonderful week.


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