Chocolate Dippy or Sugarcoated Doughnuts--Paula Deen

Total Time
35mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 10 mins

I am dying to try this recipe but haven't had the time yet. Anything Paula does is amazing so I don't doubt this one will be any different!!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. For Doughnuts:.
  2. Remove biscuits from the can and poke a hole in each one and form doughnuts.
  3. Drop into hot oil and brown on both sides (about 2 minutes per side).
  4. Dip into the melted chocolate sauce and enjoy!
  5. For sauce:.
  6. Melt chocolate and butter in saucepan over very low heat.
  7. Stir in sugar, alternating with evaporated milk, blending well.
  8. Raise heat to medium and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally.
  9. Lower heat and cook/stir until mixture becomes thick and creamy (about 8 minutes).
  10. Stir in vanilla, then remove from heat.
  11. Put a for through the doughnut holes and stick immediately into chocolate and put on plate.
  12. Alternative:.
  13. Put confectioners sugar in plastic bag, and toss doughnuts with it.

Reviews

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I have been making donuts this way for years. Vary quick and easy. I have made maple glaze a few times, but never chocolate. Tossing with powdered sugar or cinnamon/sugar is our favorite. The glaze sounds delicious, but seems like more work than I am interested in. LOL

LisAnn1671 December 30, 2007

I make these fairly often for my kids. I like to quarter the biscuits to make doughnut holes. Then I just mix powdered sugar with just enough water or milk to make a nice glaze. Take them out of the grease, drop in glaze, roll around and eat as the rest cooks! LOL! A quick delicious treat!

cjgrace2003 July 24, 2007

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