Monday, June 18, 2012
This summer is apparently the summer of roasting adventures. AKA this is the summer that I try roasting all sorts of random sweets on the old grill.
It's kind of fun, really. As of now, I've tried Peeps, home-grown strawberries, traditional marshmallows, and glazed donut holes.
The best one?
Donut holes. No question about it. The cake gets warm (like a cake right out of the oven!) and the glaze frosting kinda caramelizes.
It's pretty darn delicious.
I didn't intend for this to be a blog post, so I only have photos of the roasting process itself (no prep photos, sorry!). But all you need are some skewers, a grill (or fire of some sort), and a box of glazed donut holes. Fortunately, it's pretty self-explanatory.
And delicious. Did I mention that already?
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