I had forgotten all about making donuts out of canned biscuits. We used to do it a lot when my children were small but then, for some reason, it just got lost in my memory. Maybe because we have just about stopped completely with frying foods. ANYWAY, when I spent the night at beautiful daughter's house, she fixed these for us the next morning, bringing memories flooding back for me. The grandkids think they have died and gone to heaven when their mom fixes these for them!
Just take each biscuit and roll it, gently pull it, stretching it....then just pinch the ends together and, walla...you have a little donut.
You've got to remember to lower them into that hot oil slowly...I don't want you to get burned. I used just a fork to turn mine, then drained them really good on paper towels.
I'd forgotten that you have to keep your heat at just about Medium or even lower or else the inside of the donut will be doughy and not done enough......the first one I ate a little while ago WAS too doughy so I had to let my oil cool, turn down the heat a bit and try again. I didn't know until this morning that I have forgotten how to fry foods! BUMMER !!!
Of course, you can dip them into so many different things; brown sugar, cinnamon and sugar, honey....our favorite is Hershey Chocolate Syrup and powdered sugar. GOOD GRIEF.... fried AND all this sugar can't be good for you but it's oh, so tasty. Having this kind of thing just every once in awhile might be ok, right?