This week we are focusing on Snow! I wanted to come up with a fun treat that was different, something we hadn’t done before. And I’m afraid to say that what I found will be dangerous to your figures.
These “snowballs” are quick and so simple your going to hate me for sharing them. Seriously, I ate way too many tonight. As soon as I finish this post I’m working out.
Here is what you’ll need:
Makes 48 doughnut holes.
To make these “Snowball” Doughnut Holes, just follow these easy steps:
Start by pre-heating your oil. We made it about 1/2 inch deep in our skillet. While your oil heats, cut each biscuit into six wedges
Roll each piece into a tiny ball. Don’t forget to hold your mouth just so.
When the oil is ready (375 F roughly) gently place 6 doughnut holes into it. Continually roll the dough in the oil until it’s golden brown. It should take about 3 minutes.
Once they’re just right remove them from the oil and place them on top of a few paper towels.
Then walk them over to your tot and have them roll the doughnut holes in powder sugar until it is coated.
|EAT and ENJOY!|
Side Note: Don’t want that many doughnut holes, cook up any biscuits you aren’t planning to use and freeze them for later. You can also coat some of your doughnut holes with cinnamon & sugar, a glaze, chocolate…the possibilities are endless.
To end the night we watched Frosty’s Winter Wonderland.
- Below you’ll find some possible movie ideas to fit our theme.
- Use your discretion on what is appropriate for your child. These movies are merely suggestions and you should read and consider reviews of these movies before watching them.
- Be sure and check Netflix if you have an instant streaming option.
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You are so right – they sound delectable! (heading for treadmill now…)