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Fried Donut Holes
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Ok...just decided to make a new thread out of it! My dd misses donuts more than any other food. These aren't Dunkin Donuts but they are still yummy!

2 cups gluten-free Bisquick

3 Tablespoons sugar

1/2 cup milk (soy, rice, cow)

1 t. ground cinnamon

1 t. vanilla extract

1 egg beaten

1/2 cup seedless raspberry jam (optional)

In a large bowl, mix together first 6 ingredients. Add more milk, a tablespoon at a time if mixture is very thick. (I had to do this). Heat about 3 inches of oil in a large pot or fire up the deep fryer! (375-ish)

You can make donut balls by hand (pretty) or scoop them off by spoonful into the hot oil. DOn't over crowd your pot...just fry a few at at time. Using a slotted spoon, turn donuts when they appear golden. Fry about 3 min. per side. Remove donuts to a paper towel to drain while you fry the next batch! here is the best part...using a pastry tip...squirt raspberry jam in the middle. We also roll them in powdered sugar.

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O yummm! Thanks for sharing!

I'm going to try this one on my donut-loving gluten-eating husband. I cannot convince him that there are LOTS of yummy gluten-free things out there that he can love even though we've fed him lots of them!

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Ok--one more for your husband. I have posted this before but needs repeating.

Crock pot molten chocolate cake

Large Jello Pudding (chocolate)

gluten-free Better Crocker Chocolate Cake Mix

Handful of chocolate chips or marshmallows (optional)

Make the pudding as directed and put in the bottom of the crock pot. Make the cake as directed and pour on top of the pudding. Bake about 3-4 hours on low. I think I did 2 low and one high. When the cake is springy, it is done. Don't worry about the "lava" it is just the pudding bubbling up. You can top with more chocolate chips at the end. OR...marshmallows and pecans for a Georgia Mud Fudge feel. Trust me...my gluten eating DH loves this!

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Ok--one more for your husband. I have posted this before but needs repeating.

Crock pot molten chocolate cake

Large Jello Pudding (chocolate)

gluten-free Better Crocker Chocolate Cake Mix

Handful of chocolate chips or marshmallows (optional)

Make the pudding as directed and put in the bottom of the crock pot. Make the cake as directed and pour on top of the pudding. Bake about 3-4 hours on low. I think I did 2 low and one high. When the cake is springy, it is done. Don't worry about the "lava" it is just the pudding bubbling up. You can top with more chocolate chips at the end. OR...marshmallows and pecans for a Georgia Mud Fudge feel. Trust me...my gluten eating DH loves this!

My entire family of chocolate addicts is going to love this one! Yummm!

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Oh YUM!!!!! Thank you , thank you 1974girl!smile.gif

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Ok--one more for your husband. I have posted this before but needs repeating.

Crock pot molten chocolate cake

Large Jello Pudding (chocolate)

gluten-free Better Crocker Chocolate Cake Mix

Handful of chocolate chips or marshmallows (optional)

Make the pudding as directed and put in the bottom of the crock pot. Make the cake as directed and pour on top of the pudding. Bake about 3-4 hours on low. I think I did 2 low and one high. When the cake is springy, it is done. Don't worry about the "lava" it is just the pudding bubbling up. You can top with more chocolate chips at the end. OR...marshmallows and pecans for a Georgia Mud Fudge feel. Trust me...my gluten eating DH loves this!

Oh, you're goin down, sister. :ph34r:

The ninjas have been dispatched.

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Oh, you're goin down, sister. :ph34r:

The ninjas have been dispatched.

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Ok--one more for your husband. I have posted this before but needs repeating.

Crock pot molten chocolate cake

Large Jello Pudding (chocolate)

gluten-free Better Crocker Chocolate Cake Mix

Handful of chocolate chips or marshmallows (optional)

Make the pudding as directed and put in the bottom of the crock pot. Make the cake as directed and pour on top of the pudding. Bake about 3-4 hours on low. I think I did 2 low and one high. When the cake is springy, it is done. Don't worry about the "lava" it is just the pudding bubbling up. You can top with more chocolate chips at the end. OR...marshmallows and pecans for a Georgia Mud Fudge feel. Trust me...my gluten eating DH loves this!

What if you did a few sliced apples, cup of honey, stick of butter, melt all in the bottom of the crockpot, spice it up, and then add a yellow cake?

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