Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes a bite-sized sweet morning treat

Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes

Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes

Product: Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes – $4.49


Even better – Mmmmmm…donut holes!

For awhile, I never thought I’d ever enjoy a donut hole again…unless I made them myself, and trust me…donut making is a lot of tedious work.  In fact, I bake my donuts in a donut pan.  So, there never really is a donut hole.  So, therefore, I never thought I’d enjoy another donut hole again.  It was one of those things you don’t realize how much you enjoyed eating them…until you no longer can just run to the store or bakery and just buy some.

And then, Katz Gluten Free introduced their line of donut holes.  Two flavors – powdered and cinnamon.

I already devoured my container of cinnamon donuts…leaving me with the package of powdered donut holes, which came free with a special offer order that I placed.  Katz Gluten Free was kind enough to make sure I had the powdered donut holes in my order as I had previously ordered the cinnamon ones…and I really wanted to try the other kind.  What great customer service from a great company!  I was impressed.

Well, I haven’t really had a moment to do my scone baking for gym day this week, so I was looking for something that would work.  Lo and behold, my freezer held the key to my problem – Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes.  I’d just pair them with a fruit (in this case, naval oranges) and my roomie and I were set after a hard, long cardio workout for a treat for breakfast.

Yesterday was the moment of truth when it came to the Powdered Donut Holes.  I got out of the gym and trudged to the office.  I simply placed four donut holes onto a plate and gave them a 10 second heat up in the microwave.  Serving it with naval orange slices just sort of made it so that I was eating more than just 4 little donut holes.

I brought my roommate hers first.  She doesn’t have to eat gluten-free, but she does because I am the cook in the apartment.  So I always love to get her take on products.  Her favorite gluten-free donuts are Katz Powdered Donuts, so it came as no surprise that she literally devoured the donut holes.

And who doesn’t love donut holes?  I do.  Let me tell you…the Powdered Sugar Donut Holes from Katz Gluten Free are the best I have had.  I know some reviewers have said that they didn’t have enough sugar on them, but I totally disagree.  They taste like bite-size versions of the Katz Powdered Sugar Donuts…and is a good and delicious thing.  The texture is awesome.  It has the right amount of cakey feel to it, without getting too sweet with the dusting of sugar.  I loved it.  From the first one I popped to the last.  I have another round for my roomie and I in the freezer for tomorrow’s after the gym breakfast and I can’t be happier about that.  They are fantastic.  It would honestly be difficult not to just sit and devour the entire container.  This is why I keep them frozen, thaw out the serving as needed, and then give a little warm up to them to give the illusion that they are fresh baked.  It works.

It works deliciously well.

I don’t know the particulars of the nutrition information on these.  It looks like the label is that of the powdered donuts…so my best guess is that 4 donuts holes (or about 1 ounce) would provide you with 150 calories.  That’s awesome.  And they really are some of the best donuts I have ever tasted.  Yes…EVER.  Back before I even had to eat gluten-free.

If that’s not enough of an endorsement for you, I encourage you to hop over to the Katz Gluten Free site and order yourself some of their delectable, delicious donuts.  You won’t be sorry.

Now that my stash is almost gone…looks like it’s time for me to place yet another order.

Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes

Katz Gluten Free Powdered Donut Holes


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