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Easy Fried Doughnut Holes

By: RecipeLion.com Test Kitchen
Easy Fried Doughnut Holes
Easy Fried Doughnut Holes
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If you've never tried making your own doughnuts, this recipe for Easy Fried Doughnut Holes is just what you need. You don't need to go to a state fair or doughnut shop to enjoy these mini treats. This homemade doughnut recipe is easy to make in your own kitchen. Fresh fried doughnuts are the perfect way to brighten your morning. You can dust them with powdered sugar for the finishing touch or, if you’re serving them for dessert, you can prepare chocolate ganache or fondue chocolate to dip them in. If you don't have a go-to easy doughnut recipe, you will want to save this one.

Did you know?
Doughnuts are a favorite breakfast treat and a popular state fair food, but do you know how where they came from? Who exactly invented the doughnut is not known, but it is believed to come from North America in the early days of the United States. The ring-shaped sweet fried dough is the most iconic shape for a doughnut, but the doughnut holes are a close second. 
Easy doughnut recipes like the one above make it easy for you to create this classic American treat in your own kitchen. You don't even need a deep fryer! Just a deep cooking pot that you can fill with a couple inches of oil. 

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