Got three minutes.? Why not make these delicious pastries, fire up your deep fryer, and have these sweet hacks in minutes. Get ready for a sweet fix morning noon or night with these super easy to make donuts holes. For the ingredients, you need biscuit flour, oil to fry, granulated sugar, and as many toppings as you want. You are going to start by heating your oil to 350 F in your deep fryer or use a heavy-bottomed skillet set it to medium but a great way to check and see if your oil is ready is to take a little dough and throw it in there and if it starts to dance and turn golden brown you are all set.
Take the dough out and take each individual biscuits and cut it into quarters and cut it in half and then half again. Get some of the dough inside the hot oil carefully drop them in 6 at a time depending on how big your fryer is. When they are floating right to the top give them some help so that each side gets nice and golden and you are going to fry them for 1 or 2 minutes.
After they are done cooking place them on a paper towel-lined plate and let them drain and if you are in a rush just toss them with a little bit of granulated sugar. But the fun part where you can really have fun with all the toppings. Place some donuts in a bowl and sprinkle some granulated sugar on top and toss them around to get them fully covered.
If there is anything you learn from making Oreo Toros is magic dust crushed cookies. The first topping you are going to use are crushed Oreos, crushed nutted butter crushed animal crackers, and a turn of other things to dip them in like cookie butter, peanut butter, and Nutella. Just add them in a bowl of donuts and sprinkle the crushed Oreos and toss them up to get the magic dust. And take a little bit of Nutella and place it on top of the donut and enjoy it.
- 1 (1-pound) can biscuit dough
- Vegetable, peanut, or canola oil, for frying
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- Crushed Oreos, Fruity Pebbles, Nutter Butters, or peanuts
- Fruit jam
- Caramel sauce
- Cookie butter
- Heat oil in a deep fryer, heavy-bottomed dutch oven, or skillet until it reaches 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Cut biscuits into quarters, and then deep-fry them for 1-2 minutes or until golden brown. Use an oil strainer or spider to remove them from the oil and transfer them to a paper-towel-lined plate to drain off any excess oil.
- While they’re still warm, roll the doughnut bites in granulated sugar and any additional crushed toppings to coat. (Dip or spoon on saucier toppings like Nutella.)
- Yield 4 to 5 servings