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The burnt doughnut hole

This is why “winging it” with cooking is not always a good choice. I had no idea how long a doughnut hole would take to cook so I dropped it in the oil, went back to make more balls and voila! We like 'em crispy around here…

Burnt doughnut hole
Burnt doughnut hole

I did consider saving it until Christmas to put in someone's stocking.

Jen is Passionate about Creativity. She is the owner and "doodle in charge" of JGoode Designs, a Denver based design studio. She is an illustrator, mixed media artist and creative lifestyle blogger. Jen has been a creative professional since 1998 but says she's been an artist since she was old enough to eat glue.

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2 thoughts on “The burnt doughnut hole”

  1. Awesome! At least you tried. Coal for Christmas stocking might be your calling (great idea). All is not lost, Jen, I just read that Dunkin Doughnuts is coming back to Colorado 🙂 Leave the doughnut holes to the experts. But can I order a small bag of coal?

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