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Prep Time
5 minutes
Cook Time
5 minutes
10 people

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1. Preheat oil in a frying pan enough to cover half the biscuit when placed in the pan.

2. Open the can and separate the biscuits. Poke a hole in the center of each biscuit, I use a soda bottle cap it works well.

3. Fry biscuits about 2 minutes on each side. Drain on paper towels. You can roll them in just about anything like sugar, cinnamon, powdered sugar, or you can frost them with icing.


When my daughter had a sleepover with her friends in the morning we cooked these and everyone got to help. They loved getting to roll their doughnuts in whatever they wanted and they even helped poking out the middles of them. It was a big hit with the kids.

Categories: Breakfast, Main Dishes

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I love making these for my children. So easy, inexpensive and a reminder of my childhood every time I make it!!

ashleyschardine, Walton, KY

THis was a great way of make a tasty , no expensive treat that my kids love. Thank you Save a Lot , Us moms needs all the help we can get.

titigrisi2, Kissimmee, FL

My family likes to have these for snacks at night. They are best eaten while hot or at least warm. I have fixed these for years and they are one quick and easy fix. I use the regular size biscuits and use the middle for doughnut holes. So good!

reva.mckinney, Mount Vernon, KY

Great work! Beats Dunkin Donuts!!!

lroberge, Ludlow, MA

I first made this recipe, after seeing Paula Deen make these on her show. She said her granny use to make these with her, and would then put them straight out of the oil, into a brown paper bag filled with powder sugar and shake them. (The kids love shaking the bag) I have made them many times and they are a huge hit with my family. Mmm Mmm

mlsingleton, Rutledge, TN