They are called oliebollen in the Netherlands, smoutebollen in Flanders and croustillons in French. In English they are more commonly known as Dutch doughnuts or dutchies. In the region of Istria, which is shared by the countries of Italy, Croatia and Slovenia, a variation of this dish is called fritole, fritule and blinci. In Serbia they are called krofne.
Wheat flour, Fat powder (palm oil, whey powder(milk), milk protein), Sugar, Egg powder, Wheat gluten, Wheatstarch, Raising agents (E500ii, E575), Dry yeast, Emulsifier (E450), Salt, Vanillin, Cinnamon, Acidity regulator (E330).