|by Joanna Farrow|
Contains a tempting selection of contemporary-looking biscuits of all shapes and sizes, which have been embellished with icing and decorating to s...
Tip: Try from buttermilk biscuit for more results.
1 - 6 of 6 for donut from buttermilk biscuit
Preheat oil in ... degrees F. Cut biscuits in half. Drop ... until lightly browned (turn to brown both sides). Remove from oil and drain on paper towels.
Separate the biscuits. Use a 2-liter pop cap or 2 donut cutter, if you ... brown on both sides. Use a fork and put donuts in the glaze and do both sides.
Found in the ... Prepare and bake biscuits according to package directions. Immediately from the oven dip ... baster and fill with jelly. Serve warm or cold.
In a brown ... each separate uncooked biscuit to make the ... sides until lightly brown from the frying pan place the donuts in the brown bag and shake.
Boil oil in a pot or wok. Shape biscuit into ring or ... let cool on paper towel. Sprinkle on a lot of powdered sugar, cinnamon, sugar, or Quick Eat Donut.
Heat oil or ... Open can of biscuits and poke your ... look like a donut. Fry into ... can be cut apart and frosted with Cool Whip, serve as a knee cap.
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