Biscuit Doughnuts

Oh my! Yes it's true, you can make a delicious doughnut using biscuit dough found in the grocery store. I have used both flaky and original biscuit dough and have found both are delightful. Give it a try!
Photo by Scarlet H.
Adapted from makeandtakes.com

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Adapted from makeandtakes.com

Ingredients

  • Here's what you need:

  • Refrigerated biscuit dough

  • Biscuit cutter (small) or make your own.

  • Doughnut Topping/coating

Directions

Remove biscuits from can. Using your biscuit cutter, remove the centers and set aside. The centers will make doughnut holes. Fill skillet half way with a light oil and heat. Test readiness using a tiny piece of bread. If it sizzles then you are ready to fry. Gently place biscuits into oil. Not too many at a time, don't crowd them. They cook fast so check frequently. We are looking for a golden brown color. Once that is achieved flip over and fry other side. Once the doughnuts and holes are ready, pull out and set aside on paper towel. Once they are cooled you are ready to coat. If you are coating in granulated sugar or brown sugar you'll need to dip the doughnut in melted butter. Don't spend too much time in the sugar bowl or the doughnuts will pick up too much sugar. Melted butter is not needed for frosted, glazed or powder sugared toppings.

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