Saturday, March 26, 2011

(Sort Of) Homemade Doughnut Holes

I came across a recipe over at Not So Homemade for doughnut holes and had to try it. I documented the process in pictures to share here today.

There are three ingredients. Seriously. You just need canned biscuit dough (any brand--I used Pillsbury Grands Homestyle Buttermilk), vegetable oil and powdered sugar. That's it!

To make, cut the biscuits into quarters. At this point, you can leave them as chunky wedges or roll them into balls.





While you're cutting up the biscuits, put a couple inches of vegetable oil into a sauce pan and heat on medium. (You can test the oil to see if it's hot enough by wetting your fingers and flicking a drop of water into the oil. If it sizzles, it's ready!)



Using a slotted spoon, gently place around 8-10 holes or wedges into the oil, being careful not to splatter yourself! Don't overcrowd the pan; the dough will at least double in size as it cooks. (If you're impatient and want them done quicker, you can use a larger pan. ;D)

Using the spoon, gently turn the dough balls until golden brown on all sides.



Since one can of biscuits makes approximately 30 doughnut holes, you'll need to prepare them in batches. Drain each batch on a plate lined with paper towels. Continue until they are all done and drained.



Place about 3/4 cup of powdered sugar in a lidded plastic container. After draining, place about 5 doughnut holes in the container, snap on the lid and shake to coat with powdered sugar. Continue in batches until all the holes are sugared.







You're done! Serve 'em up and enjoy! :D



5 comments:

Ginger said...

Dog, they look gooooood!!!! When I saw that first picture on your Facebook, I thought that was IT. Hahahahahahahahaha!! They looked like dumplings!!

They look GREAT!! You need to make some for Easter!!!

Jordan said...

I love making these! Delicious. Great pics.

Momma's House said...

mmmm those look like good eats..and you got to eat them while they where warm, ohh my goodness.

Billy Slocumb said...

Yummilicious! Gonna have to try this one...

Lynn said...

Hi Ami,
Your pictures sure did make me hungery and now I have a strange craving for donuts. LOL The recipe looks delicious! While I was visting your blog, I took a look at your altered art album!! I did not know you had made another paper mache bust, but OMG!!!I loved it. It is so pretty and so springy feeling. I think it has something to do recycling and you did a great job. I love the little frog at the bottom. Just wanted to let you know that your art always inspires me!! I read that tomorrow is IKEA DAY!!! Here is wishes for a safe trip and hopefully you find lots of items you just can't do without and tons of bargins too. If you see an owl,cat, frog or cupcake ink pen call me. I am making a very special Easter basket this year and these are some of the goodies I am in search of. Have a wonderful week and I miss your daily posts on scrapbook.com
give the furbabies a hug and kiss. Ms. Truddy is really growin up so fast and she is such a cutie but all of your girls are such babie dolls!! Again, you guys have a very safe trip tomorrow.
Lynn

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