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JD's Best Gluten Free Doughnut Holes

I was really excited when I received a cooler full of JD's Best Gluten Free Doughnut Holes. I haven't had a doughnut hole since before I went gluten-free.

JD's Best Gluten Free Doughnut HolesThe preparation instructions were simple enough, and I decided use a toaster oven rather than a microwave. After preheated the oven it only took around 7 minutes for them to become warm and slightly crispy—just enough time for me to get the coffee ready.

The first thing that struck me as I bit into one was how perfectly JD’s had captured the exact taste and texture of the doughnut holes that I remember—they tasted just like the real thing!

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Linda
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03 Oct 2011 12:54:23 PM PST
The donut holes sound so good, can't wait to find some.




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