Bloody Doughnuts

Here at the Meyer residence the excitement is building up for this year’s halloween. Not that we actually ‘celebrate’ the day. We haven’t ever gone out trick or treating, like my international friends.  However,  I think this year might be the year we go all out with some freaky decorations. You know, for the kid. Ok, and maybe for me too. I’m a geek like that.

Bloody Doughnuts

 

So let’s get to the topic. Bloody doughnuts. For one thing, they are bloody delicious and only takes about two bloody ingredients. If you don’t like spending too much time in the bloody kitchen, you see.

 

Bloody Doughnuts

 

These doughnuts for halloween consists of little doughnut bites, stuffed with a quick berry puree.
If you don’t feel like baking a batch of these easy morsels, you can pop over to your local woolies and grab a bag of doughnut bites, a few punnets of berries and you will be on the right track to present a pretty nasty looking treat for the crowds on the scariest day of the year.

 

Bloody Doughnuts

If you feel more adventurous, why not try this Death by Chocolate Cake for a change? It is a firm winner in our house!

Bloody Doughnuts

How do you guys spend Halloween? Let me know in the comments below!

Bloody Doughnuts

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Bloody Doughnuts
An easy halloween treat with doughnut bites and berry puree.
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Course dessert
Prep Time 15 min
Cook Time 30 min
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Ingredients
Dougnut Bites
Berry Puree
Course dessert
Prep Time 15 min
Cook Time 30 min
Servings
bites
Ingredients
Dougnut Bites
Berry Puree
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Rating: 0
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Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl combine flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Mix.
  2. In another mixing bowl, whisk the egg and add the milk, yogurt and essence. Mix.
  3. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix. Add the butter and mix until incorporated. Set aside.
  4. Heat the oil in a deep saucepan until hot, coat your hands with some oil and roll small balls of dough.
  5. Deep fry them until golden brown. Drain and coat with icing sugar.
  6. For the puree, add the berries to your food processor and blend. You can add some water to thin it out.
  7. For assembly, I used a piping bag with a small nozzle to pinch a hole in the doughnut and filled the space with puree. Feel free to mess.
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