Who can resist a donut hole? Pampered Chef’s Donut Hole Pan allows you to make two dozen donut holes without a deep fryer. Donut holes were originally made from the dough taken from the center of the donut (and you know that I love recipes that have little waste!)
The options are endless with these… serve them as is, with powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar or glazed. They can be filled with fruit preserves, custard or cream. You can even use your favorite muffin or sweet bread recipe for little breakfast bites! I can see banana bread bites or blueberry muffin bites happening in my kitchen soon.
Profiteroles can be easily made in this pan as well! I’m excited to see the possibilities because not only is it for donut holes but you can make cake pops, bagel bites and meatballs with this pan!
My next thought for this pan are egg bites… They are available on almost every menu locally and the combinations for those are truly unlimited! What a great way to get a head start on breakfast too. These can be easily reheated for days when everyone is on the go, and who isn’t these days?
I can also see using this pan for creative leftovers… croquettes from leftover mashed potatoes, arancini from leftover rice, and mac & cheese balls. How about corn bread with a little hot dog stuffed in the middle? You can even use bread dough to make mini slider buns. That will be fun for happy hour or girl’s night!
So now you know that you’ll definitely be using this Donut Hole Pan for more than donut holes, get yours here: Donut Hole Pan
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