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Fri, Feb 06 2015 post by Natalie From thecreativemom

Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow

One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these d...

One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow I love making holidays special for my family. One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids. Usually, for Valentine's Day, we make more girly treats, with hearts and sprinkles. So I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow. They are adorable, and delicious! And my boys thought they were AWESOME!!!One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow    And would you believe me if I told you these were made with Rhodes frozen rolls? So they are REALLY quick and easy. Here's how to make them.

Supplies needed:

1 package Rhodes frozen rolls Oil for frying Powdered sugar or your favorite glaze Skewers or paper straws Paper cut out for arrow head and fletchings   Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow

 

Directions:

1. Start by setting your rolls out to thaw.   Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow    2. When the rolls are thawed, but still cold, cut them with kitchen shears (I like mine cut in fourths for a smaller donut hole).  Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow    3. Roll your dough into balls, and let rise until they've about doubled in size. 4. Heat your fry oil to medium and fry your donut holes for 30 seconds to a minute on each side.   Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow    5. Place your donut holes on a paper towel to cool while you whip up some glaze. I use my favorite buttercream recipe, but thin it out a little with a few teaspoons of milk. Or, you can simply dust your donut holes with a little powdered sugar instead.  Donut Holes on Cupids Arrow    6. Stick your donut holes onto your skewer or paper straw. If you are glazing your donut holes, you'll want to glaze them and let them dry before you stick the donut holes on a skewer. If you're doing the powered sugar method, you'll want to dust them after they've been skewered. One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow  We did the powdered sugar dusting method (my kids love to "dust", as long as it involves sugar).One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow  7. Once you've got your donuts all on the skewer and ready to go, you'll hot glue an arrow head one end, and a fletching on the other.One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow  And you've got yourself a Valentine's treat that tastes just as good as it looks!One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by making special treats with my kids.  I decided to shake things up this year, and make something my boys would love. And I came up with these donut holes on an arrow

 

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Donut Holes On Cupids Arrow

Servings: | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 3 min

Donut Holes On Cupids Arrow
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Ingredients

1 package Rhodes frozen rolls
Oil for frying
Powdered sugar or your favorite glaze
Skewers or paper straws
Paper cut out for arrow head and fletchings

Instructions

Start by setting your rolls out to thaw.   
When the rolls are thawed, but still cold, cut them with kitchen shears (I like mine cut in fourths for a smaller donut hole).   
Roll your dough into balls, and let rise until they've about doubled in size.
Heat your fry oil to medium and fry your donut holes for 30 seconds to a minute on each side.   
Place your donut holes on a paper towel to cool while you whip up some glaze. I use my favorite buttercream recipe, but thin it out a little with a few teaspoons of milk. Or, you can simply dust your donut holes with a little powdered sugar instead.   
Stick your donut holes onto your skewer or paper straw. If you are glazing your donut holes, you'll want to glaze them and let them dry before you stick the donut holes on a skewer. If you're doing the powdered sugar method, you'll want to dust them after they've been skewered.  We did the powdered sugar dusting method (my kids love to "dust", as long as it involves sugar). 
Once you've got your donuts all on the skewer and ready to go, you'll hot glue an arrow head one end and a fletching on the other.  And you've got yourself a Valentine's treat that tastes just as good as it looks!

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