Canned Biscuit Donuts

Canned Biscuit Donuts

Canned Biscuit Donuts

Biscuit donuts bring back memories of being a kid. My mom would make them on rare occasions during our school breaks in winter and summer. They were always the best when still warm. My sister and I would sit barely patient, waiting for the first batch to cook. Mom would make them as a late morning snack on a Saturday.  To this day my family still has donut Saturday, although now they are mainly store bought ones.

I make these occasionally for slumber parties my children have. The donut is not sweet but the coating sure does add enough. These could be done with a glaze or frosting too! I added the chocolate one since I started making them for my family. I hope that these treats can be the occasional memory maker in your family too!

Golden deliciousness

Here is the recipe:

Canned Biscuit Donuts

Ingredients:

2 cans biscuits (10 in each)

Flour to dust counter

Oil (enough to fill pan about an 1½ inches)

Directions:

Heat oil on medium-high in a deep skillet. Start with a ten pack of canned biscuits (not the oversized ones). Lightly flour the work area and flatten a biscuit with your hand. Using anything round and small (a soda bottle lid works) cut the center out to form a donut. Fry in oil until both sides are golden brown.  Remove and quickly toss in coating. #homemadeYUMMY

Coating:

Powder sugar: fluff powder sugar with a fork

Chocolate powder: ½ cup powder sugar and 4 tablespoon cocoa powder mixed with a fork

Cinnamon sugar: ½ cup granulated sugar and 4 teaspoons cinnamon mixed together.

 

Biscuit Donuts
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Ingredients
  • 2 cans biscuits (10 in each)
  • Flour to dust counter
  • Oil (enough to fill pan about an 1½ inches)
Instructions
  1. Heat oil on medium-high in a deep skillet. Start with a ten pack of canned biscuits (not the oversized ones). Lightly flour the work area and flatten a biscuit with your hand. Using anything round and small (a soda bottle lid works) cut the center out to form a donut. Fry in oil until both sides are golden brown. Remove and quickly toss in coating.
  2. Coating:
  3. Powder sugar: fluff powder sugar with a fork
  4. Chocolate powder: ½ cup powder sugar and 4 tablespoon cocoa powder mixed with a fork
  5. Cinnamon sugar: ½ cup granulated sugar and 4 teaspoons cinnamon mixed together.

 

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