Glazed Donut Bites

Coated Donut Bites are a basic method to appreciate doughnuts without all the whine of making your own batter. Yet, they are as yet shrouded in the equivalent custom made coating I use for my Apple Fritters formula so you realize they will be acceptable! For a hand crafted doughnut, attempt my Glazed Cake Donuts.

Coated Donut Bites

I love doughnuts, and I have made a lot of natively constructed assortments like my Amish Glazed Donuts. Be that as it may, let’s face it. Now and then there simply isn’t a great opportunity to get ready and turn out hand crafted batter. In this way, this formula is as simple as purchasing a container of scone mixture, dunking them in some hot oil, and covering with a sweet vanilla coating. It doesn’t get a lot simpler than that!

With only a couple of fixings, you can have new doughnuts prepared to eat at whatever point you are longing for them! Topped with a custom made coating, nobody will ever realize that you didn’t make the batter yourself!

Glazed Donut Bites

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Recipe by iambakerCourse: SnacksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Glazed Donut Bites are a simple way to enjoy donuts without all the fuss of making your own dough


  • 1 tube biscuit dough, flaky

  • Canola or vegetable oil, for cooking

  • 1 1/4 cups (150g) confectioners’ sugar

  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla

  • 3-6 teaspoons water


  • Fill a frying pan halfway with oil. Heat over medium heat until the oil reaches 375°F with a candy thermometer.
  • Make the glaze by combining the sugar, vanilla, and 3 teaspoons of water. Add more water, 1 teaspoon at a time,
  • Make the glaze by combining the sugar, vanilla, and 3 teaspoons of water. Add more water, 1 teaspoon at a time, until a pourable consistency is reached.
  • Separate the dough into 8 biscuits.
  • Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces, pinching the edges to keep the dough from spreading (fanning out) during the cooking.
  • Drop the dough into the hot oil and cook until brown. Flip the the donuts with a metal slotted spoon to cook the other side.
  • Place the cooked dough on a paper towel to absorb the grease, and then drop the donuts into the bowl of glaze and turn to coat evenly.
  • Place on a wire rack to cool slightly.
  • Serve warm.


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