Nothing better than a classic fried sugared donut! Covered in sugar, this donut is special because it takes only three ingredients to make this. You won’t believe what the one major ingredient is!
There is absolutely nothing in the world that I love more for breakfast than a classic fried sugared donut and a large cup of coffee. Every morning, when I go to a favorite local coffee shop near work, I’m always looking for their pastry display case to have a sugared donut. They sometimes have it and they sometimes don’t. On the days they have it, it’s probably one of the best ways to wake me up in the morning because I instantly perk up and get excited to bite into a freshly fried sugared donut. There’s just something about the light crispy dough and the sugar crystals covering your lips.
I ate far too many of these sugared donuts after frying them up. They were so fluffy and yeasty – just like real donuts, but you’d be surprised to know that I made these with the canned Pillsbury biscuit dough! YES! It’s true!!
I was so skeptical with frying the Pillsbury biscuit dough. I didn’t think they would taste anywhere near a donut. I thought it would just taste like a fried biscuit or worse, it would just sit in the oil and soak it all up.
I was so happily proven wrong.
You NEEEED to make these. They’re the easiest things to make and will fix any donut craving you have. I want to go buy a bunch of biscuit dough now and just fry them up and cover them in sugar so I won’t have a sugared donut craving again! I’m guessing my jeans won’t like that very much ;)
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