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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 PST
Thank you very much.

 
GrimEnd
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18 Jun 2008 5:48:47 PM PST
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 PST
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 PST
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 PST
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 PST
So glad we found your site, thank you.

 
Bailly
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23 Mar 2012 9:38:16 AM PST
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 PST
I'm looking forward to making these for Church Fellowship.

 
Shelly
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21 Dec 2012 7:17:45 PM PST
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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