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Recipe: Easy Sugared Doughnut Bites


This quick and easy recipe for Sugared Doughnut Bites uses canned biscuit dough... they cook up in minutes for a quick treat.  They're so yummy and easy to just pop in your mouth... one after the another.   They will disappear in no time!

TIPS

Use a frying thermometer... it is the best for helping to control the temperature... the right temperature when cooking means the difference between greasy foods and not.
DO NOT leave the frying pot unattended for even a minute.. if you must leave the stove... turn the stove OFF... or you could easily burn your house down!
I used Honey Butter flavored Homestyle canned biscuits.. you can use the plain variety too..  but the Honey Butter ones are the best!
Make sure you use Homestyle Biscuits.. the flaky ones are not the ones to get.
I rolled them in cinnamon sugar.. but you can also use powdered sugar.. the only problems I see with powdered sugar are .... one .... they're messier... and two... the sugar tends to get sucked into the doughnut.  The granulated sugar gives them a nice little crunchy texture.
To combine the sugar and cinnamon, use a wire whisk to mix it... a whisk is great for getting it evenly mixed.  Just gently stir it with the whisk until evenly mixed together.
Try these.. you won't believe how easy they are to make!






Recipe:  Easy Sugared Doughnut Bites
All you need:
1 can Pillsbury Grands Honey Butter Homestyle Biscuits
Vegetable oil
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon cinnamon
All you need to do:
Heat 2 inches of oil in a large pot to 350 degrees.
In a wide shallow bowl combine the sugar and cinnamon.  Set aside.
Cut the biscuits into quarters.
Drop biscuits quarters into the hot oil.  Cook for about 2 minutes... turning them over as they turn light brown.
Remove with a slotted spoon and drain for a minute on paper towels.
While still very warm... roll in the cinnamon sugar.
Serve warm or cold.

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