These 3 step chocolate donuts could not be an easier recipe! And you can make amazing donuts at home for breakfast or anytime in just a few minutes.
INGREDIENTS – 3 Step Chocolate Donuts Recipe
1 package 8 organic flaky biscuits
4 cups sunflower or safflower oil, enough to fill a deep frying pan 1/3 to 1/2 full (don’t overfill)
1/2 cup chocolate frosting (preferably organic) or you can you can make mine HERE
Place parchment on a sheet pan.
Put 8 biscuits on pan and use an apple corer to cut a hole in the middle of each one.
Heat oil to 350F
CAREFULLY drop 3-4 donuts into the oil without spatter.
Cook 2-4 minutes on each side until golden, allowing the oil to come back up to 350F between batches.
Place on paper towels when you remove them from the oil.
Heat the frosting in a plate in the microwave for about 30 seconds or until soft. Be careful not to overcook the chocolate.
Dip one side of each donut in the chocolate.
I hope you Enjoy!
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