Make Your Own Homemade Donuts!!!! (And Donut Balls)

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With This Instructable, You Can Learn How To Make Your Own Homemade Donuts.It's A Great Recipe That Even Little Kids Can Help With!

(Note: I Am Not Responsible For Any Injuries Caused By The Oil)

(Another Note: I Have Never Made These Myself, I Just Watched And Helped. So I Don't Know EVERYTHING About It.)
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Step 1: Gather Materials

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You Will Need:

A Pot
Empty Coffee Can (With Lid)
Vegetable Oil
Powdered Sugar
The Canned Biscuits You Have To Twist To Open
2 Dinner Plates
Rag Or Paper Towels
A Coke Cap (Or Any Other, It Dosen't Matter. It Just Has To Round)

If You Want A Child To Be Involved, You Should Only Let Them Do The Parts That They Can Handle And The Parts That Won't Injure Them.

Step 2: Prep

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Clear The Kitchen Table Off. Wipe It With A Moist Towel Or Rag, As You Will Need It To Be Clean. Pour The Vegetable Oil In The Pan About 1/2 Full. Depending On The Size Of The Pan, You May Want Less. Put As Much Powdered Sugar You Want In The Coffee Can. Heat The Oil Up To Where It's Hot, And Barely Bubbling. Have One Of The Dinner Plates On The Counter Near You So You Can Put The Donuts On Them After They Come Out Of The Grease. I Don't Know the Exact Degrees. Like I Said, I Don't Know Everything About Making These.

The pics are the items you will need for this step.

Step 3: While The Oil Heats

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Open The Biscuits, Set One Of The Dinner Plates On The Table. Flatten The Biscuits Down, But Not To Much, They Need To Puff Up When You Put Them In Oil. Use The Cap To Twist A Hole In The Middle. Now Put The Donut And Donut Holes On The Plate. This Is A Great Part For Kids To Help With.

Have The Powdered Sugar In the Coffee Can on the table.
admin6 years ago
Hey, this is a great instructable and is very informative. Just one thing is missing... pictures! It really helps a lot when trying to follow directions so you should consider taking some photographs. Once you do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks! Thanks for the cool instructable and we hope to publish this soon!
zachary978 (author)  admin6 years ago
republished it with pics
icabato1 year ago
U never told us how to do it...just d ingredients and precautions.
How did the cooking of the donut's go on the dollhouse stove-top that matches your pots?
 why dont you know how to make it thats why its cinda bad

zascecs6 years ago
Its called a donut hole.