Doughnut hole maker fills in the gap

The Nostalgia Electrics Donut Hole Maker encourages users to create own doughnut holes. An included flavor injector makes it easy to make filled doughnut holes.

Make 'em how you like 'em.
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It's not hard to find a good doughnut. When it comes to availability, the delectable little treats are almost as common as coffee. No matter where you live, chances are somewhere close by a doughnut purveyor has opened up shop. If for some strange quirk of fate, this doesn't happen to be, then the local supermarket is likely to have a counter where the treats are available, and if not, surely the shelves are stocked with the boxed variety. As prevalent as doughnuts may be, however, finding the right one at the right time is not necessarily a sure thing. Or perhaps, it doesn't exist. Yet.

One sure way to find the doughnut you seek is to make it yourself. When it comes to doughnut holes, the Nostalgia Electrics Donut Hole Maker offers an easy way to discover your own perfect variety. The small countertop appliance creates up to seven doughnut holes at a time, with each batch offering the opportunity to experiment with new flavor combinations. Good for sweet or savory creations, the baker comes with a flavor injector for adding that extra touch to your inventions. Complete with a nonstick interior for oil-free cooking, the creations you can come up with are only limited by your imagination and not what's in the display counter.

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