Oh Bite It! really has been making it hard for us to stick to our New Year’s diet. Though with recipes like Cronut Holes, it’s hard to be upset.

Here’s what you’ll need.

Cronut Holes

  • 1 tube of Pillsbury Crescent Seamless Dough Sheet
  • 1 cup of Butter (softened)
  • 1 cup of cinnamon/sugar blend
  • oil for deepfrying

Maple Glaze

  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1″ round cookie cutter

First, you unroll the tube of crescent dough and butter it completely and evenly. Use all of it.

Fold the dough into thirds (like a letter) and then throw it into the fridge. Let the dough chill for about 30 minutes and then roll out the dough and fold it again. Keep repeating the roll and fold method until you’ve done it a fair amount of times.

This is to create more layers.

Let the dough rest until it expands enough to create more layers. In the meantime, you can start working on your maple glaze. Combine the powdered sugar with the maple syrup. You may need a bit of water to thin it out.

Roll out the dough and cut them into 1” holes. You can also re-roll the scraps and cut out some more.

Once your frying oil hits 350 degrees, throw your holes into the oil and fry until they turn golden brown and puff up.

Finally, dust your new Cronut Holes with cinnamon sugar and coat them in your glaze.

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How To Make Potato Chip-stuffed Donuts


The market for fusing things with donuts have become super saturated in the last couple years. There’s really not much else you can mix with donut batter. However, when it comes to cooking things inside a donut, it’s a whole new frontier.

One of Oh Bite It!‘s newest recipes include a potato chips cooked inside of a frosted donut.

What you’ll need:

  • 2 tubes of crescent dough or dough sheets
  • 4 cups of potato chips
  • 1 cup of vanilla frosting
  • 3″ round cookie/doughnut cutter
  • oil


First divide the potato chip portions in half, crush one half, and set it aside. Roll out the dough or dough sheets and coat a layer of vanilla frosting and add a layer of the uncrushed chips. Take another piece of rolled-out dough and cover the chips with it.

Gently roll over the dough so that it evens out a bit.


With the cookie cutter, start cutting out pieces of your potato chip donuts. Heat your oil up to 350 degrees and start frying them until they puff up and turn golden brown. Once they’re done cooking, set them aside to cool.

After the donuts cool down, warm up your frosting and start a nice drizzle going. Then, taking the crushed potato chips from earlier, coat the frosting in a nice layer.

Oh Bite It!, you’ve ruined our New Year’s diet with another awesome recipe.

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These Caramel Apple Fireball Shots Just Climbed To The Top Of My Christmas List


In the spirit of the holiday, Oh Bite It! created a caramel apple recipe to get us ready for some good old-fashioned holiday drinking. These Caramel Apple Fireball Shots definitely have us pumped to start our vacation.

What you’ll need are two large apples, about 40 small pieces of caramel, a 1/4 cup of (optional) liquid pectin and a cup of Fireball Whiskey.

Throw the caramel and Fireball into a double boiler and let it all melt completely. Then, add the liquid pectin to give the mixture a firmness.

Cut the apples in half and core them. Leave enough so that the halves are sturdy enough to hold the caramel mixture. Pour the melted caramel into the carved out holes in the apple halves. Fill it to the edges, but make sure it doesn’t overflow.

Pop the apples in the fridge for two hours so that the caramel hardens. Once they’re ready, you can slice them up and serve.

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FRENCH TOAST TAQUITOS Are The Breakfast You’ve Always Dreamed Of


From the genius food blog that brought us pizza tacos and funnel cake tacos, comes another Mexican-ish, or maybe French-ish, breakfast delight called the French Toast Taquitos.

Amy Erickson of Oh Bite It just got some bratwurst sausages, rolled them inside some crustless bread, and dipped them in some egg wash, as is usually done for French toast. She then tossed them in a pan and fried them up.

After sprinkling some cinnamon sugar overtop, Erickson poured syrup over the toast for some of the craziest taquitos we’ve ever seen.

Between the French toast, German sausage and Mexican-style roll, this thing is super confusing, but sounds amazing nonetheless.

Check out the full step-by-step directions on Oh Bite It and browse around for other crazy recipes, like grilled cheese fries and bacon-wrapped Brownie Batter Oreos.



Genius Baker Turned Hot Cocoa Into Rice Krispies Treats, Here’s How


Winter’s creeping up, which means you get to wrap yourself in a blanket, grab a cup of hot cocoa and watch Elf on repeat.

While the blanket and movie won’t change in this scenario, Amy Erickson of the Oh, Bite It food blog took everything we love about hot cocoa and turned it into a Rice Krispies treat.

Erickson didn’t stray from the original Rice Krispies treat recipe, still making the cereal with Jet-Puffed marshmallows, but they key is in the topping.

Erickson covered the top of the Rice Krispies treats with chocolate frosting, mini marshmallows and hot cocoa powder.

While there’s no replacing a classic cup of hot cocoa, these treats are a pretty sweet alternative.

Check out the the Oh, Bite It for step-by-step directions and other insane recipes.



How To Make Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Rolls In 3 Easy Steps


It’s about that time where pumpkin starts to overtake kitchens and ridiculous orangey creations fill the autumn air.

While things like pumpkin spice chicken sausage and pumpkin spice Mini Wheats might leave you shaking your head, this pumpkin pie cinnamon roll makes a lot more sense and actually sounds pretty delicious.

The Oh, Bite It cooking blog has blessed us with a recipe that mercifully leaves out the spice and uses pumpkin, straight up.

You’ll need some cinnamon rolls, obviously, which you can make from scratch, or just use the Pillsbury canned stuff, which is what Oh, Bite It did. Then use a pumpkin pie mix and cream cheese frosting to fill in the cinnamon rolls.

Oh, Bite It essentially just smears the pumpkin pie mix over the laid out cinnamon rolls, rolls them up and bakes them for about 12 minutes.

It really looks like a quick and easy fall treat that doesn’t take hardcore baking skills, just the right ingredients, and some basic reading comprehension.

For more complete cooking directions straight from the source, and other dope recipes, check out Oh, Bite It.



Pumpkin Corn Dog Bites Have Us Drooling Uncontrollably


With football season kicking off, you’re gonna want to have tons of awesome munchies to serve during games. Oh Bite It! created this awesome dish of Mini Pumpkin Corn Dog Bites that’ll pretty much cover your game day cravings.

You start by making a corn dog batter and combining it with pumpkin puree. You can find the recipe, in detail, here.


Then, take a hot dog and coat it in some cornstarch before tossing it into the batter. After applying a generous amount of coating, put the hot dog into the deep fryer and let it cook until it’s a golden brown.

Once it’s done, insert a pretzel stick in them and set your mini dog bites aside too cool and get started on your dipping sauce. Oh Bite It! suggests a sweet maple mustard sauce.

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These Hot Dogs Are Engulfed In Deep-Fried Tater Tot Buns


There really isn’t a wrong way to eat a hot dog. These Tater Tot Dogs from Oh Bite It! are a prime example of how to eat a hot dog in style. Deep-fried, tater-loving style.

You start by crumbling some tater tots together in a bowl and adding an egg. Mix the egg and potatoes together and add a 3/4 cup of flour. Again, mix the flour into the tots along with a splash of water for moisture.


Once they’re firm enough, mold a bun around your hot dog with the potato mixture.

Heat some oil up to 350 and drop your Tater Dogs in until they’re golden brown and firm. When that happens, take them out and let them cool and drain for a bit.

All that’s left is choosing your condiments and enjoying. Also, check out other awesome recipes form Oh Bite It!

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