September 08, 2013

Delicious Doughnuts

My tiny appreciation for the doughnut, which pretty much begins and ends with the chocolate timbit, is probably because there are so many more interesting and prettier pastries around. However, when I saw this post, and the phrases "foolproof" and "melt in your mouth" in the title, I was definitely intrigued. I decided to make them and found that not only are these the easiest things to make, but when eaten warm, they really do melt in your mouth! I am so glad I stopped to read how simple these heavenly, buttery, sugary nuts of dough really are! Read the original post, or my 4 effortless steps below, and find yourself amazed!!

  • 1 package of canned biscuits (I used Pillsbury Grands-not the flaky ones)
  • Enough oil to cover your skillet
  • Butter
  • Sugar
  • Cinnamon 
  1. Separate Grands, and using a water bottle lid cut out the doughnut holes 
  2. Heat oil on medium, and place doughnuts and holes in oil until golden 
  3. Remove and dip both sides in melted butter
  4. Mix sugar and cinnamon together and coat both sides of doughnuts

They probably took all of 10 minutes to prepare and make, and you can pretty much dip, sprinkle or dunk them any which way. Maple nut? Chocolate glaze? Rainbow sprinkle? Go for it. 


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