"Fried dumplings rolled in sugar. These are a little bit like doughnuts." — Enaid
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We have made these 3 nights in a row. Differences that we make are....1. adding vanilla to the batter, 2. letting them "thicken" for about 30 minutes, 3. rolling them in cinnamon sugar. My husband wanted me to make doughnut holes like he did when he was a kid and he said that these filled his craving. Best thing is that my kids (2 years and 8 months) can eat them (they don't eat sugar) and they are healthy. We evwen fed one to our hampster!
Followed recipe exactly. Next time (if there is one) will use other reviewers' suggestions to liven them up a bit. Definitely not healthy, as one reviewer stated. It's fried batter covered in sugar - tell me how that's healthy?
My boys (hubby too) just LOVED this. I had a hard time keeping them away while I was frying the little Puggie Woogies. I was given strict instructions to make this again. What I love about this recipe is that it uses ingredients that most of us have in the pantry. It's a recipe that one can make on the spur of the moment when guests pop in unexpectedly. Thank you Enaid - this one's a winner!
These were so easy and tasted just like the doughnut holes we buy at a local bakery. They reminded the kids of funnel cakes "little balls instead of big ropes"
Very good. I think the instructions could be a little clearer. The batter was too runny at first to stay in a round shape, but I noticed that after the batter sat for a few minutes, it swelled & became thick enough to drop into a round, doughnut hole shape. Will definately make these again.
This was a quick and easy recipe. Just a basic doughnut recipe. My friends thought they were delightfull.
I think these are delicious, little donuts. I had to add a little more flour to my dough because the 2/3 cup milk made it to runny. Either omit some milk, or up your flour amount. I also added cinnamon to my sugar, and some vanilla to my dough mixture. Very good!
Went over big! I added cinnamon to mine and also added it to the final 'rolling in' sugar. Will do over and over. Thanks! :-))))) A+++++
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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