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Thread: Homemade Doughnuts

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Sep 2007
    Natural Bridge, VA
    Here is another 2 ingredient recipe: (not good for the dieters)

    Home Made Doughnuts

    1 can of refrigerated biscuits (the cheap kind)

    2 cups vegetable oil (more or less depending on the size of your

    Heat the vegetable oil in a skillet. Poke a hole in the center of each
    biscuit. Place carefully in hot oil. Brown (approx. 1 min.) each side
    of the biscuit. Remove from oil and roll in powdered sugar, cin. and
    sugar or glaze if desired.

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    Super Member Yvonne's Avatar
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    Dec 2006
    Humboldt County, California
    We used a thimble to make the hole in the middle. These are awfully tasty for a quick fix when one has a big doughnut craving!

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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    Those rolls are very versatile...........i open two cans and use a small aluminum pan with an open center. I dip them in butter then in cinnamon and sugar,,,,,,,done when golden brown

    I do the same as above but after dipping in butter, sprinkle each with garlic powder and bake

    another snack cut each in 4 pieces, dip in spaghetti sauce, sprinkle with cheese bake

    put a biscuit in a cup cake pan ........indent in center top with pie filling

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    Super Member SaraSewing's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    AZ/Utah border
    Here is another variation:

    Microwave Sticky Buns

    1/3 C. brown sugar
    3 Tbl margarine
    1/2 tsp cinnamon
    1 Tbl water
    1 pkg (8-10 count) pkg refrigerated biscuits
    1/4 C. chopped nuts (or coconut)

    Using a glass pie pan, invert a drinking glass in the center. Melt butter in microwave in this glass pan. Add cinnamon, water and brown sugar, sprinkled evenly around the butter. Arrange biscuits over margarine mixture, around the inverted glass. Microwave on 7 power for 4-5 minutes. Dont overbake! Remove drinking glass. Invert onto a plate to serve warm.

    Ahh, what would we do without these little biscuit cans! Sara

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Sep 2007
    Natural Bridge, VA
    thanks for the microwave recipe, that makes it easier.

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