Doughnut Holes with Chocolate Fondue

What could be more fun that doughnut holes to serve at your next get together!!!  Trust me they are really not hard to make, and they fry up so quickly.  I have started using my electric frying pan to do my deep frying for smaller items like these, you don’t use as much oil which really helps to save you money, and I can fry them on my counter top while something else is cooking on my cook top.   I also save the oil I used to fry things like doughnut holes to use the next time I’m deep frying, I never reuse the oil that I’ve fried fish in, it has a leftover fishy flavor.  I served these as part of my Superbowl menu, but they are also fun to do for brunch with a fun cup of hot chocolate, I also like to serve these when I’m doing a fondu menu!

Doughnut Holes with Chocolate Fondue
Recipe type: dessert, appetizer
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Serves: 48
  • ½ cup sugar, plus a pinch
  • 1 T. yeast
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 large eggs
  • 4 T. melted butter
  • ¾ t. salt
  • ½ t. vanilla
  • 4½ cups bread flour
  • cooking spray
  • oil for frying
  • Chocolate sauce: ( We love to dip these in my Chocolate Marshmallow Fondue recipe, I've already posted that recipe on my blog, but you can dip them in any kind of chocolate sauce you like.)
  1. Put the water in a stand mixer bowl, sprinkle on the yeast on top of the water, along with the pinch of sugar. Let set until foamy. Add the sugar, milk and eggs, 4 T. melted butter, salt and vanilla to the yeast mixture and whisk to combine, using the dough hook on medium speed gradually beat in the flour, continue beating until the dough gather around the hook. Cover and let rise until doubled in size about 1 to 1½ hours. Turn the dough out on a surface that has been sprayed with cooking spray. Cut the doughnut holes out with a 1 inch round cookie cutter. Place on a greased cookie sheet and let rise about 30 minutes. Heat 2 inches of vegetable oil to 340* Fry the holes for about 1 minute on each side and remove from the oil with a slotted spoon and place on paper towels to drain off any excessive oil. Serve with your choice of chocolate sauce.

Doughnut Holes with Chocolate Fondue

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