Have you ever wanted something sweet late late at night and you have nothing but it's too late to find a donut shop open and all the stories are closed? Yeah? Me too. I saw this homemade donut hole recipe a few months back on Fb and so when I bought a can of biscuits, I thought I'd try it.
You will need:
1 can of Grands Buttermilk biscuits. The smaller cheaper biscuits just won't work for this recipe.
Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces and roll into balls. Fry in about 1 inch of oil. Turn so that all sides get golden brown. They fry fast so it only takes 2-3 minutes. Let cool and then dip into sauces.
Dipping sauce recipes:
1/4 cup granulated sugar and a tsp. cinnamon. Mix thoroughly and roll donut holes into mixture.
1/2 cup Powdered sugar
1 Tbsp milk
1tsp vanilla extract
Mix thoroughly. If too thick add 1/2 tsp milk at a time until desired consistency. Roll donuts in mixture and set on plate to harden.
Cinnamon Powdered sugar
1/2 powdered sugar
1tsp ground cinnamon
Mix thoroughly. Roll donuts in mixture.
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 tsp. Cocoa powder
2 TBSP. milk
Mix thoroughly until cocoa powder is completely mixed in. Roll donuts into mixture. Put donuts on plate.
Keep all donuts in refrigerator until eaten.
They came out really good. 2 of Ken's friends came over right after they were done and Ken gave them a couple. They were a big hit. They sure didn't last long. lol
Does this sound like something you would make?
What a great idea. Sigh .. I want some donuts now at 1am.ReplyDelete
lol they came out really good. Hope you get a chance to try them.Delete
We've done this just making a regular donut and one hole out of each biscuit. Very yummy. And now at 4am I'm up and hungry. lolReplyDelete
That's a good idea too. Probably a little less work too.Delete
I've seen this idea, but wondered if it seemed like a biscuit consistency?ReplyDelete
No, not really a biscuit consistency. That's why you have to use Homestyle or buttermilk style and not the flaky layers style biscuits. That way it just has a dough consistency and not a flaky biscuit consistency.Delete
Never seen them like that beforeReplyDelete
They were so good.Delete
I need to try these. They sound really yummy.ReplyDelete
Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads
They turned out really good.Delete
My father used to make me these when I was a little girl, except a little different. I loved them, and I always wanted to make them. But I always get sidetracked and never looked up the recipe. So, now I know! Haha!ReplyDelete
Oh good! I hope you get a chance to make them.Delete
You donut temptress, you! This sounds easy and yummy, thanks, Mary!ReplyDelete
lol They are easy. Hope you get a chance to try them.Delete
These look so good! I can't wait to try them, even though I'm hopeless at baking. I'd probably burn water given half the chance.ReplyDelete
Practice makes prefect.Delete
OMG! Looks and sounds so yummy! I need to try this!ReplyDelete
I hope you like them, they were a big hit here.Delete
Looks good but I wouldn't make it because I'd be tempted to eat them all and that wouldn't be good....ReplyDelete
I shared them with 3 other people so I didn't eat too many. lolDelete
Yum! These sound very good and easy to make. I would definitely give these a try if they sold biscuits here.ReplyDelete
No canned biscuits? It's so interesting to find out what things aren't available in other places.Delete
oh, that looks too good!ReplyDelete
It was a big hit.Delete
Oooh looks so good and addictive too!ReplyDelete
They are really good. Hubby really likes them and keeps buying more cans of biscuits. lolDelete
looks so deliciousReplyDelete