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Tue, Jan 19 2016 post by Kami From www.sweetcharli

S'more Filled Donut Holes

The best part of this s'more recipe is that they are pretty darn quick to make and your kids can help you do all the prep work. My girls had a blast with me in the kitchen putting them...

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Hey, it is Kami and my two sweet girls from the blog Sweet Charli.  We are here sharing a new recipe that we came up with and absolutely love!  You see, we LOVE s'mores and have been missing them since Summer ended.  My girls came home from school one day mentioning that they wish we could have s'mores.  I picked up some ingredients at the store that day having an idea in mind to put a little 'indoor twist' on your average s'more.  That night these s'more filled donut holes were born.

These donut holes are the perfect combo of ooey, gooey goodness and a little crisp.
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The best part of this recipe is that they are pretty darn quick to make and your kids can help you do all the prep work.  My girls had a blast with me in the kitchen putting the chocolate and marshmallows inside the dough.  Here is what you need to make them:

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S'mores Filled Donut Holes

Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls (we made 8 donut holes so we thawed out 4 rolls)
Frozen Marshmallows
Mini Milk Chocolate Chips
Crushed Graham Crackers
Melted Butter
*You will also need a frying pan with vegetable oil in it.

About 2 hours before making them, thaw out your frozen Rhodes rolls.  Thaw them out on a greased pan/plate until they are soft but still cold.  Cut each roll in half with kitchen scissors.  Have all the ingredients ready and have your kids help you flatten out your dough pieces to 3-4" in diameter.  Put a little handful of mini chocolate chips and frozen marshmallows in the center of your dough.  (It is important to use frozen marshmallows because once you fry the donut holes long enough, if using soft marshmallows, they will dissolve.  The frozen ones will stay and be the perfect gooey texture once cooked.)

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We learned that a great marshmallow ratio to use with a small handful of chocolate chips is 2-3.

After your fill them, begin bringing up the sides and pinching together to form a ball.  It is important to makes sure the ball is completely sealed with no holes before frying.  This will prevent the chocolate and marshmallow from leaking out.Image title

Next, you will fry the balls in oil heated at medium heat.  How do you know the temperature of the oil is ready when you don't have a thermometer?  I just get my hand wet with water and sprinkle it over top of the frying pan.  If it makes a 'sizzle' sound then it is ready for you to put in your dough balls!

Let the dough balls fry on both sides until they become golden brown.  I tend to do mine a little bit more because I love them a little bit crunchy on the outside and doughy in the middle!

Remove your fried dough balls and dip them in melted butter then roll them in graham cracker crumbs.
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Set them aside to cool.  You can melt your extra chocolate chips with a little vegetable oil and then drizzle over your donut holes to top them off.  
Image titleMy girls and I know you will love these s'more filled donut holes.  They will be a great treat for you and your family when you are craving that outdoor, summery s'more treat!
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S'more Filled Donut Holes

Servings: 8 | Skills: | Prep Time: 10 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 2 min

S'more Filled Donut Holes
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Ingredients

Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls (we made 8 donut holes so we thawed out 4 rolls)
Frozen Marshmallows
Mini Milk Chocolate Chips
Crushed Graham Crackers
Melted Butter

Instructions

Thaw out Rhodes dinner rolls until soft but still cold, about 2 hours. Cut each roll in half with kitchen scissors.  

Flatten out dough pieces to 3-4" in diameter.  Put a little handful of mini chocolate chips and frozen marshmallows in the center of dough.
Bring up all the sides of the dough and pinch at the top creating a ball. Is important to makes sure the balls are completely sealed with no holes before frying.

Fry donut holes in vegetable oil heated at medium heat until golden brown.
Remove fried dough balls and dip them in melted butter then roll them in graham cracker crumbs. Set them aside to cool.  Drizzle with melted chocolate.

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