When I was a kid I remember mom making us these delicious quick-n-easy doughnuts from Pillsbury canned biscuit dough. She would fry them in oil then roll them around in the sugar bowl and my sisters and I would gobble them up while they were still warm.

It is one of my wonderfully delicious memories

Step 1: What You'll Need to Create Your Own Memories

Pillsbury Canned Biscuits (I like the Grand Home-style Honey Butter)

Vegetable Oil


Step 2: Instructions

1) Heat approximately 2 inches of vegetable oil in a large pot to about 350° (or on medium heat if you don't have a cooking thermometer)

2) Pop biscuits out of can and separate them out onto a flat cutting board

3) Using a sharp knife, cut each biscuit into four equal pieces

4) Carefully place several pieces in the hot oil for about 1/2 minute per side, or until golden brown

4) Drain on a paper towel or wire rack

5) While still warm, roll them around in sugar

6) Eat while they are still warm

<p>we did something like this as kids but we baked them. They are probably better fried. I would never have thought of it. Thanks for the idea.</p>
<p>Everything is better fried . . . .hahahahah</p>
<p>agree. Just wish you could get the flavor without the doc getting upset about healthy eating habits. I guess you just keep it in moderation.</p>
<p>Right? It seems oil/fats make everything taste better but the waist line bigger :(</p>
<p>My husband wants to get an air fryer. I have my doubts. I wonder if they work on bread type things. </p>
<p>Interesting thought. My sister has an air fryer. Maybe she can try it out for us</p>
<p>I did a little research. One recipe calls for brushing the doughnut with oil before cooking and again after. I was thinking a light spray of oil might work. Let me know what your sister figures out. </p>
<p>ooooh , that sounds like a great idea. I do think this type of doughnut needs a bit of oil and I think the spray oil is a good choice. I'll let ya know if my sister tries this.</p>
<p>They look delicious... will try them thios weekend... Can jelly be &quot;injected&quot; into them???</p>
<p>I've never tried injecting them but I think it can be done. AND that sounds Delicious. </p>
<p>Easy and tasty, you just can't go wrong! :)</p>
<p>Right ? I agree :) </p>

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