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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Homemade donuts

My youngest grandson, Sloan, and I made homemade donuts this afternoon. We got the "recipe" from an employee at the local China Buffet. According to him, "very simple! Go to Wal-Mart and get some biscuits". Who knew? Here's how we made these delicious, fattening but easy donuts:

Canned biscuits - We started out making balls of each biscuit, but it works better just leaving them flat as they come out of the can.

Drop into hot oil - must be at least 325 degrees, but I turned my oil up higher.

Turn each biscuit as it browns; remove when golden brown and roll in sugar. I had some cinnamon sugar left over from making french toast.

Cool, if you can wait that long,then enjoy!



Tracie said...

I love these, and so do my girls!

Elaine said...

I did this for my kids ..only I punched a hole in the middle so it looked like a donut. It is a winner.

Cheryl said...

Thanks for sharing, going to make some for work.

EG Wow said...

I bet they are very hard to resist!

Lostinblue said...

They look absolutely delicious! Shame we don't have anything similar to 'canned biscuits' in the UK, as they look so easy to make.


Anonymous said...

My mom used to make these when I had slumber parties. I love them. I love to make them for my girls now!