S’more Donut Holes

Hey Everyone!

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I have really been slacking on the blog posts, but I have not forgotten about you guys!   This is just something I did on a whim and I actually did it for breakfast so my son appreciated that!

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So this is just a basic donut hole recipe with some added cocoa powder and some marshmallow crème.  I honestly hate to buy marshmallow crème because its super easy to make yourself but I was just being lazy.

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When you buy a donut hole pan, like I did from Wilton then you know that they already have a simple donut recipe on the back of the packaging.  I just used that recipe, but added some cocoa powder to the mix. Now that I am reflecting back I wish I had used some semi-sweet chocolate chips to give the donuts a more rich chocolate taste, however they still came out yummy!

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I took the marshmallow crème and added just a bit of butter (grass-fed butter is soooo good) and melted in the microwave.  I then drizzled the crème over the donuts and some of them I actually inserted the crème inside the donut (use Wilton’s round decorating tip 230).

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Crush up your graham crackers and sprinkle over your donut holes.

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S’mores Donut Holes!  Super easy and super yummy!

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13 thoughts on “S’more Donut Holes

    1. Wow sorry I should have listed the recipe! You will need a candy thermometer!

      3/4 cup granulated sugar
      1/2 cup light corn syrup
      1/4 cup water
      Dash of salt
      2 large egg whites, at room temperature
      1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

      Heat the water, corn syrup and sugar in a pot over the stove (medium heat) until it reaches 240 degrees.

      What I do is I wait until the mixture reaches about 230/235 degrees and then I start to whip the egg whites in my standard mixer on low (speed 2). When the syrup reaches 240 degrees take off stove and began to slowly pour in with egg whites. Turn up the speed on your mixer and let this whip for about 5-7 minutes. Add the vanilla. The fluff should be stiff to where if you flip your mixing bowl over the fluff will now come out .

      I hope this helps. Check out the Apple Cinnamon Toast Crèpe blog post to see pictures of how I made the fluff 😉

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