The easiest homemade fried donuts made using refrigerated biscuit dough covered in Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter glaze. You’ll never go back to making fried donuts any other way again.
My husband has two:
The first one is Reese’s peanut butter cups.
The second? D O N U T S.
He is utterly and completely addicted to them and not the baked donuts that I’ve made for him in the past either. Nope, he likes ’em deep fried and covered with a sugary glaze.
So when I had a chance to try out a few jars of Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate, you can guess who was the first to immediately grab a jar. Have you guys tried it yet???
The few yeasted donut recipes that I’ve tried in the past have always been a hit or a miss and I really didn’t want to set myself up with all that work and hot oil to come out with another failed donut attempt. I am not usually a fan of deep frying but there are just those recipes that make it completely worth it — and this is totally it!
I was always intrigued by those refrigerated biscuit donut recipes that I’ve seen floating around the web and I finally decided this was the perfect chance to try it out.
And you know what? I’m so glad I did because these Easy Homemade Fried Donuts are soooo freakin’ good and basically foolproof!
Even my husband joined in the fun and helped me to deep fry a few.
We start out with your favorite store-bought refrigerated biscuit dough. No mixing or yeast needed. Just grab a small cookie cutter and cut out the center.
They fry up soft and fluffy on the inside and perfectly crisp on the outside. I used a dutch oven and kept the oil consistent at 375 degrees. This ensures that the donuts don’t get greasy and fry up nice and puffy.
Donut recipe from: Pillsbury
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