Saturday, March 9, 2013

Buttermilk Donuts

Buttermilk Donuts

If you have buttermilk biscuits in hand you can make delicious homemade donuts for your kids.
This recipe is easy anyone can do it. My daughter likes to help me make these donuts.

One big can of Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits (16.3oz) you can make as many you like, one can will give you 8 donuts.
11/2 cup vegetable oil for deep fry the donuts
Store bought Rainbow mix sprinkle for decoration

Donut Glaze

1 cup of Powder Sugar
2 1/2 T of milk
1/2 t of vanilla extract
Mix the ingredients until smooth, set aside

To make the Donuts
Take out the biscuit dough punch a hole in the dough (don’t through away the inside dough roll it to small ball and deep fry it also)

In a fry pan heat oil on medium until hot (note if the oil is too hot the dough will burn so fast and not cook on the inside) when oil is ready turn the heat down a bit then drop one dough at a time fry until golden brown then turn to the other side, this process only take just couple minutes or so.

Take the donut out and drain while it is still hot dip one side of the donut into the sugar glaze and decorate with any sprinkle.

For the little round donut hole you can fry it quickly and dip in sugar glaze or powder sugar.

Serve warm or cold as snack.


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