Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Busted Doughnuts

Do-NUT What I am Doing!

Today I decided I would create a breakfast fit for a queen! Were going to call it high tea for southerners. It's extremely cold out and I thought to myself, I said self; why not doughnuts!

I started to just eat all the chocolate ones, which are my favorite. There is nothing like a devils food chocolate doughnut. Except a devils food chocolaty doughnut with good organic milk! Yes, it is low fat milk!

 But then I saw this beauty, just look at it. Perfectly glazed, hot, soft, fresh circle of goodness.

I had fruit cocktail in the refrigerator, and I said I can make this so much more healthier.

 This doughnut was begging for a sprinkle. Yes I put more than just a sprinkle, go big or go home!

Don't worry I am about to EAT all of you.

The season of sharing, just not my doughnuts.

Busted Doughnuts

Prep Time: 20 minutes- to purchase Doughnuts
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 2-4 (LOL) depending on your mood!

4 glazed doughnuts
1 can of fruit cocktail
2 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp powdered sugar


Drain fruit cocktail over a bowl and sprinkle on 2 tbsp of sugar, mix well and set aside for 5 minutes. Split doughnuts making sure not to cut all the way through, stop about 1 inch away from end and set aside.  Stuff doughnut with macerated fruit cocktail, adding as much fruit cocktail that will fit. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of powdered sugar on each doughnut. Enjoy.   


  1. Thank you Dina, it taste really good. If you decide to make it, try it with strawberries or peaches it's so yummy. Taste like a cobbler but sweeter.


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