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Quick and Easy Donut Holes (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from M. Haggerty.

Ingredients:
1 egg
½ cup sugar
1 tablespoon oil
3/8 cup buttermilk
1 ¾ cup all purpose gluten-free flour
1 ¾ teaspoons xanthan gum
1 teaspoon gluten-free baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon nutmeg
¼ teaspoon cinnamon

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Directions:
Beat egg and add sugar and oil and buttermilk, then mix together and add dry ingredients.

Fry in a skillet at 370-380F: Drop by teaspoons as donut holes, about 6 at a time so as to maintain the temperature. While still warm shake them in a paper bag with sugar/cinnamon.

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Mrs.Amonrat Bootmeechai
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19 Jan 2008 12:32:11 AM PDT
Thank you very much.

 
GrimEnd
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18 Jun 2008 5:48:47 PM PDT
Great recipe.

I used regular baking powder and flour, and I left out the Xanthan Gum, and I used Regular 2% milk and they still turned out fine.

 
Wanda Schmidt
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11 Nov 2010 5:18:08 PM PDT
Scott, the donut holes were a hit. My daughter was feeling left out at church because she couldn't have donuts once a month when we have our donut and fruit social before Sunday School hour. She thoroughly enjoyed them and has asked for more. Next month I will make more for her for our next donut and fruit social and she can enjoy them for a couple of days. Thanks again for the recipe.

 
Marloes
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08 Jan 2011 9:49:39 AM PDT
I'm new to the celiac world and very much appreciate this site and all your helpful tips. My tummy will thank you.

 
Anne
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20 Nov 2011 9:12:21 AM PDT
I sure missed donuts until stumbling across this website! Thanks! These were awesome, my husband couldn't tell they were gluten free.

 
ALICE KOCEVAR
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29 Jan 2012 8:11:29 PM PDT
So glad we found your site, thank you.

 
Bailly
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23 Mar 2012 9:38:16 AM PDT
I have been craving donuts like crazy lately, longingly searching for some GF ones. Then, I found this recipe and made some of my own! These turned out delicious! I substituted plain yogurt for the buttermilk, and they taste great with a little powdered sugar on them!

 
Beverly Kendrick
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22 May 2012 8:18:33 AM PDT
I'm looking forward to making these for Church Fellowship.

 
Shelly
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21 Dec 2012 7:17:45 PM PDT
I added quite a bit more milk and substituted some of the flour for corn starch. I didn't have buttermilk, so I added 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar. I think rather than add more milk, that I will cut back on the flour by 1/2 cup and see what the consistency is next time. They remind me of sweet hushpuppies in consistency. They definitely helped with our donut craving, and we used relatively inexpensive staples!




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I have notice that I am sick much less often.

Thanks everyone. I appreciate the answers. I'm waiting to hear back from her dr and then we will go from there. If the dr doesn't think the results show anything then I will get a second opinion thanks to everything that has been shared on here. I will make sure and not change her diet for now. I am planning on getting tested myself, I have had suspicions since last summer that I could have it. I have a form of autoimmune arthritis, just unclear exactly what it is at this time. I going to ask to be tested for celiac at my next appt though.

I was diagnosed in 2002 and I think I have had maybe 2 actual colds since then. I figured the same as you that with my immune system not having to try and 'save' me from gluten that it now is able to fight off the occasional virus. The only thing it hasn't been able to fight off is shingles. Thankfully those are clearing and I blame myself for that with lack of sleep and a very poor diet for a bit. Lesson learned, one does not live off crackers and cheese alone.

Welcome to the board. I agree with the previous posters that you are very likely looking at celiac. Please do keep her on gluten until all celiac related testing is finsihed. After that do give the diet a good strict try even if the biopsies are negative. Also keep in mind that celiac is genetic so it would be a good idea to screen others in the family even if they don't seem to have symptoms.

@jddh So...did the restricted diet you were going to implement work (FODMAP or Whole Foods)? I recall that you were mis-diagnosed at one point with refractory celiac disease, but it was later determined that you were getting trace amounts of gluten in your diet. If you are not catching colds, I assume that you have healed from the damages of celiac disease? I hope so!!! ?