Introduction: Melt-In-Your-Mouth Biscuit Doughnuts

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My family loves hot melt-in-your-mouth doughnuts for breakfast. Now I know it's not the healthiest choice, but I think it's good for the soul to splurge once in a while.

The amazing thing about these delicious treats is that they begin as CANNED BISCUITS ! And no, they do not taste anything like a biscuit when you're finished. They taste every bit as melt-in-your-mouth good as they look !

Treat you family to these delicious morsels by following this easy Instructable and be sure to let me know how they turn out.

Step 1: Ingredients

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1 can biscuit dough; any style will work

Vegetable oil


Step 2: Directions

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1. In a heavy-bottomed pot or skillet, heat approximately 1 inch of oil on medium to medium-high heat

2. Separate the biscuits and lay them flat on a cutting board. Cut each biscuit into quarters

3. Cook the doughnuts in batches in the hot oil for about 1 minute per side, or until golden

4. Remove cooked doughnuts from oil and place on a paper towel lined plate

4. While still warm, roll each doughnut in sugar

5. Eat while they are still warm


fatimahtravers212 (author)2017-11-09

Great idea

4DIYers (author)2017-03-30

Yep, those wouldn't last long around me lol.

KarenK116 (author)4DIYers2017-04-03

:) They don't at our house

Cheese Queen (author)2017-03-30

If using the smaller tubes of biscuit dough, you can just poke a hole in the middle with your finger and drop them in the oil; they make a lovely little mini doughnut.

Biscuit dough donuts do NOT store well; so eat 'em while they're fresh.

KarenK116 (author)Cheese Queen2017-03-30

Thanks Cheese Queen, That sounds like a great idea and something I will try. And yes, they do not store well. You must eat them right away, which we have no problem with . . . hahahaha

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