Hello Monday!
I posted this picture on Instagram not long ago and had a request to share the recipe. It’s super simple and quick – I got the original recipe off Pinterest. These make a wonderful breakfast for guests or a late night snack. The how-to is below. Please let me know if you have any questions!

What You Need

1 can of Grands Original Biscuits
Vegetable Oil
Cooking Pot
Cinnamon & Sugar
An appetite
  1. Take biscuits out of can.
  2. Take a milk cap (or a cap of similar size) and cut out holes in the center of your biscuits. I usually save the centers to make donut holes and also to test the oil temperature. 
  3. Mix half cinnamon half sugar mixture together in a bowl (as much as you would like)
  4. Fill your pot halfway with vegetable oil. You want enough oil that it will cover your donut once submerged. Oil should heat to 200 – 250 degrees – the best way to do this is with a thermometer, but I usually test the temperature by dunking the donut holes in the oil to see if it’s ready. If ready they will puff up quickly.
The Process
  1. Once the oil is ready place one biscuit at a time into the oil (using tongs is helpful so that you do not burn yourself). Your donut should cook after 20-30 seconds on each side. I always test my first one to make sure the center is cooked. The last thing you want is a beautiful donut with a doughy center.
  2. After pulling your donut out of the oil, immediately place it in your cinnamon and sugar mix. The left over oil will help the sugar mix to stick. I like to roll the donut around until it is nice and covered.
  3. Then move donut over to a cooling rack or plate.
  4. Enjoy!
XO Amanda