Have you ever made homemade donuts? Do you know how easy they are to make? Let me show you an easy weezy way to make them, courtesy of Jackie Clagett, (AKA, Mimi.)
When you are at the grocery store, pick up some biscuit dough in a can called Grand, southern style. All you have to do is find something to punch a hole out of the center of each biscuit. A tiny round cookie cutter would work, or anything that is a small cylinder shape.
Heat up about an inch or so, of oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat.
Cook each side. This doesn’t take long at all. I was surprised at how fast they cooked.
Oh heavens this is looking goooooood!
After both sides are golden brown, place them on a paper towel lined plate.
Now – how you fix them is up to you. We dipped them in a bowl of melted butter and then dipped them in a second bowl of a sugar and cinnamon mixture.
We also made up a bowl of glaze by mixing powdered sugar and a little milk. We spread this on a few other donuts and the kids had fun decorating them with sprinkles and chocolate chips.
When you make these – do me a favor. You must eat one of these donuts right after you put your toppings on it. I ate one after it was dipped in butter and cinnamon sugar. It was still warm from just being fried and let me tell you – I decided at that moment that there is absolutely nothing in the universe that could taste any better. I think I cried a little too.
Now I know this isn’t exactly a very healthy choice as far as desserts go. But I say, SO WHAT!
I remember a past episode of Oprah where she had Paula Deen on her show. After a recipe Paula cooked up that was true southern style loaded with fat and grease, Oprah questioned her on the health and calorie content of it. Paula laughed and said “I’m your cook, not your doctor!”
I’ve loved Paula ever since. So go ahead and be bad once in a while.