Donut hole

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British pronunciation/dəʊnʌt həʊl/
American pronunciation/doʊnʌt hoʊl/
Donut hole
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a small, round piece of doughnut that is typically removed from the center of a larger doughnut during the cooking process

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What is "donut hole"?

A donut hole, also known as a munchkin or timbit, is a small, round pastry that is similar in taste and texture to a donut but lacks the characteristic ring shape. Donut holes are made from the same sweet, yeast dough as traditional donuts, but are shaped into small balls or rounds before being deep-fried until they are golden brown and crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. Donut holes are often coated in a variety of sweet toppings, such as powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar, or glaze, and can also be filled with sweet fillings such as jam or cream. They are a popular snack in many countries around the world and are often enjoyed as a sweet treat for breakfast or as a snack throughout the day.

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