- Refrigerated biscuits (such as Pillsbury)
- Oil for frying
1. Fill electric skillet 3/4 full with oil; heat to 400 degrees. (You could also use a deep fryer, but mine takes over a gallon of oil, so I stick with the shallow electric skillet.)
2. Carefully drop biscuits into hot oil, adding no more than 6 or so at one time. Fry for about a minute, or until nicely browned on the underside.
3. Using a slotted spatula, gently turn each biscuit to the other side. Fry for another minute or so, until second side of biscuit is nicely browned.
4. Transfer to a plate lined with paper towels; allow to cool slightly.
5. Roll warm biscuits in granulated sugar till evenly coated.
6. Serve while warm. Enjoy!
This brings back so many memories! My sister and I loved frying up biscuits and turning them into doughnuts. We would use a bottle cap to cut the hole in the center. The donut holes were always my favorite!
Yes! Same here!
I love the donut holes, too! We sometimes use the cap from a syrup bottle to cut the holes.
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My mom used to make these when we were kids. We loved them! Dad still brings canned biscuits home every once in a while for doughnuts. 🙂
A few years ago, I was able to get biscuits for free with a promotion at a local grocery store. We ended up with well over ONE HUNDRED cans of biscuits!! We enjoyed a LOT of donuts those days. 🙂
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These look so yummy!
Those look incredible!