The other morning I decided to make donuts. This sounds like a daunting task, right? Not if you know the secret… biscuit donuts.
Growing up, every time we would spend the night at my Grandma’s house, she would usually wind up making a bunch of these. We would eat them soo quickly. It was the perfect Sunday morning breakfast. And they are quick, easy, and pretty yummy.
Step 1: Find a roll of biscuits at the store that are non-buttered, flaky, etc. Just plain biscuits. This wound up being the hardest part actually. Apparently no one wants just plain biscuits any more? Crazy people.
Step 2: Take biscuits and put out on a cutting board. Find a syrup cap or other round object to punch holes with.
Step 3: Now you have donuts and holes! Heat up some canola or vegetable oil in a deep pot (you don’t want oil splattered everywhere). Place donuts in the oil and fry and flip until they are a nice golden brown. Let dry over paper towels.
Step 4: Sprinkle powdered sugar over them, dip in cinnamon and sugar, or even glaze the top with chocolate. I went simple and just sifted some powdered sugar over the top.