Every Saturday morning my grandmother would wake up and invite me into the kitchen to make homemade donuts. She said it was going to be very fast and easy, and it sure was! Today, I’m going to show you how my grandmother and I made homemade donuts. Grab your kids because they will have a blast separating out the donut holes from the donut.
What You’ll Need
1 Can Flaky Layers Phillsbury Grands or buttermilk
1 bag of powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar for your topping ( You could even do chocolate if you’d like)
1 bottle cap, piping top, or even medicine cup to cut the holes.
3 cups vegetable oil
Open Your can of Phillsbury Grand Flaky Layers and lay them out. Grab your kids because they are going to love this part. Take your bottle cap and press it into the center of the biscuit dough and remove the cut donut hole. Now you have donut holes and a donut. Warm up your oil on the stove to medium to prepare for your donuts.
After cutting your donut holes slowly drop them into your preheated oil. Make sure to not leave them in to long and watch them because they expand and get crispy fast. After they come out dip them into your powder sugar or topping so it’ll stick. Don’t wait or you’ll have issues keeping the topping on.
- 1 Can Flaky Layers Phillsbury Grands or buttermilk
- 1 bag of powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar for your topping ( You could even do chocolate if you'd like)
- 1 bottle cap, piping top, or even medicine cup to cut the holes.
- 3 cups vegetable oil Add more oil if needed
- Open Your can of biscuit dough.
- Preheat your oil on the stove to medium.
- Cut your donuts with your cap to create a donut shap. Remove the donut hole and cook later on for the kids.
- Place your donuts in the preheated oil. Quickly coat with topping after removing the donut.
- Eat, Share & Enjoy!