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Maybe the Simplest Doughnuts Ever
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Maybe the Simplest Doughnuts Ever

Maybe the Simplest Doughnuts Ever

Makes as many as you want. Who knew these things could be so crazy good and simple?

Ingredients

  • Vegetable or canola oil for frying
  • Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1.5 tablespoons cinnamon
  • Jelly - grape or whatever you prefer
  • Powdered sugar

Directions

  1. Put about 1.5 inches of oil in a small pot, and heat to 360 degrees
  2. Combine cinnamon with sugar well and put on a small plate
  3. Remove biscuits from package and separate
  4. To make regular donuts, put a 1/2 inch hole in the middle of a biscuit and cook in oil until golden brown on each side - about a minute and a half each
  5. Remove from oil, dry on a paper towel briefly then put into the cinny-sugar mix on each side
  6. To make jelly-filled donuts: cook the same way (but with no center hole), dry and then make a small hole in the side and using a squeeze bottle, a pastry bag or even a ziplock and a small corner cut off filled with jelly. Squeeze jelly into middle of the donut & then sprinkle with powdered sugar
Maybe the Simplest Doughnuts Ever

Maybe the Simplest Doughnuts Ever

Makes as many as you want. Who knew these things could be so crazy good and simple?

Ingredients

  • Vegetable or canola oil for frying
  • Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1.5 tablespoons cinnamon
  • Jelly - grape or whatever you prefer
  • Powdered sugar

Directions

  1. Put about 1.5 inches of oil in a small pot, and heat to 360 degrees
  2. Combine cinnamon with sugar well and put on a small plate
  3. Remove biscuits from package and separate
  4. To make regular donuts, put a 1/2 inch hole in the middle of a biscuit and cook in oil until golden brown on each side - about a minute and a half each
  5. Remove from oil, dry on a paper towel briefly then put into the cinny-sugar mix on each side
  6. To make jelly-filled donuts: cook the same way (but with no center hole), dry and then make a small hole in the side and using a squeeze bottle, a pastry bag or even a ziplock and a small corner cut off filled with jelly. Squeeze jelly into middle of the donut & then sprinkle with powdered sugar