Doughnuts…yum! Doughnuts with cinnamon sugar… even better! When we were little we loved going to stay with our Grandma Baker. Oh how she spoiled us! When it came time for breakfast she let us choose and often we would make doughnuts. We remember vividly sitting at her kitchen counter cutting the biscuits and putting them ever so carefully in the grease. Grandma let us each have our own paper bag full of cinnamon sugar to shake. Only a grandma would find joy in spilled sugar all over her kitchen. Thanks for the precious memory Grandma! We hope you enjoy this easy and irresistible doughnut recipe with your loves.
Grandma Baker’s Doughnut Recipe
- 1 tube refrigerated biscuit dough
- canola oil
Heat oil in an electric skillet at 350 degrees. Allow oil to heat as you separate biscuits and cut a hole in each center. We used a water bottle cap for this! Fry doughnuts and doughnut holes a few at a time until lightly browned. (Watch for oil splatters!) Flip the doughnuts halfway through to get both sides. Remove from oil using tongs and place in a paper bag filled with cinnamon and sugar to your liking. Shake bag to your heart’s content. Remove and cool on a paper towel. Indulge!