We’re working on recipes for our next cookbook and we served Team Masterbuilt some fresh, hot donuts this morning that were a big hit in the office. The recipe has definitely received the “Dadgum Good” seal of approval, but we need a creative name for these donuts. What would you name them?
You start with canned refrigerator biscuits. Homestyle preferred – the small generic brand ones that come in bundled packages of 4 cans (10 biscuits per can). Don’t use flaky or buttermilk.
Combine 1 cup of sugar with 1 tablespoon of cinnamon. Spread on a plate, or put in paper bag.
Heat your oil to 325 degrees.
Open the canned biscuits. You have 2 choices on the size. We fried them whole and also cut them in half; we preferred the half-size.
Gently place the biscuits into the oil and fry for 4 1/2 to 5 minutes, until golden brown (make sure you flip halfway through the cooking time).
Remove from oil and drain on paper towel. While still hot, roll biscuit in cinnamon-sugar mixture on a plate and cover evenly. If you have a paper bag, you can shake the hot biscuits in the bag with the cinnamon-sugar mixture.
We dare you to eat just one!