I’ve been in a baking mood lately thanks to the easy and quick recipes you can find on Pinterest. I’ve gotten bored of the treats you can buy in the grocery store, so decided to check up on some tasty treats via Pinterest. I found an article titled, “The World’s Easiest Cinnamon Donut Holes” and figured if they are that easy, it should be fool proof for me. For us Tim Horton’s loving Canadians, a donut hole is essentially a Timbit.
I found a few other recipes that enticed me, but since this would be my first time, I figured it would be the safest bet to try one that didn’t need to start from scratch. (In case you haven’t gotten the hint, I’m not the best or most confident when it comes to food making… But I am learning!)
Let’s see how I fared, shall we?
1 Can Biscuit Dough
1/4 Cup White Sugar
1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
4 Tablespoons Butter
9. Take them out, and place them in a bowl. Dig in after a few minutes. They taste best when they are fresh and warm. If you have any left overs, put them in the fridge and warm them up the next day for a fun snack!
What did I think of these? I loved them! This was really easy to make with minimal clean up after. They are light and fluffy on the inside and have a perfect taste for the fall and winter months. They are definitely something great to make if you’re having some friends over and would like to serve something that pretty much everyone can enjoy. My mom was also a pretty big fan of them, which I was a bit surprised by since it’s half store bought, so all around this was a good experience!