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Wanna know a secret? I always have something in my house to make breakfast special. Dinner is great. Lunch is fun. But there’s nothing like breakfast or brunch to celebrate something on a whim. SO, with that being said, I bring you one of Ryan’s favorites for autumn- Salted Caramel Glazed Donut Holes. They’re totally cheater-friendly by using ingredients often found in your pantry or fridge…& that cuts prep time WAY down!
Lets talk icing- what makes this special? Well if you’re anything like me then you just might have a certain creamer in your fridge with a fall theme. Instead of milk as a thinner- use your coffee creamer! It gives more sweetness & definitely a creamy finish. Neat trick right?
- Peanut Oil
- 2 cans of Buttermilk Biscuit Dough
- For Icing:
- 1 cup confectioners sugar
- 2 teaspoons caramel coffee creamer
- ¼ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice or sprinkling fresh vanilla
- salt for the top
- In a deep pan or Dutch oven heat about 2 inches of peanut oil for frying to about 350 degrees.
- Lay out the biscuits & divide each into 3-4 & roll into balls lightly using your hands.
- Fry each biscuit donut until golden on one side then flip with tongs. Cook until golden on the other side.
- Drain on paper towels.
- Mix together the icing ingredients except for the creamer. Add creamer in small increments until desired consistency is reached.
- TO DIP
- Swirl each mostly cool doughnut into the mixture & rotate your wrist for an even finish. Let set on a rack. The icing will even out for a lovely finish. Top with fun sprinkles if you're awesome. But for salted caramel- don't forget the salt!
Have you checked out a new refrigerator lately? I have my eye on something really special- aggressive nodding because I want it! This refrigerator from LG at Best Buy features a sleek glass panel that illuminates with two quick knocks on the right-hand refrigerator door, letting you see inside the easy-access compartment without ever opening the door.