“Cops have a grudge against all that is not a doughnut.” – Dedrick D. L. Pitter
“Between the optimist and the pessimist, the difference is droll. The optimist sees the doughnut; the pessimist sees the hole!” – Oscar Wilde
I like doughnuts. I mean, who doesn’t, right? Well, I guess some people don’t. But overall, doughnuts are a cherished delicacy. 😉 When it comes to regular doughnuts, I’m pretty sure that Apple Fritters are my favorite. However, the best of the best, the most amazing, the most yummy, the most rare and sacred doughnuts are: Krispy Kreme. Oh my goodness. Krispy Kreme doughnuts just melt in your mouth and they have the most exquisite taste.
Wow. I can’t believe I just used the word “exquisite” in reference to doughnuts. I’m quite passionate, aren’t I? haha
Now, some of you may argue that Dunkin’ Donuts are the best, but I’m here to tell you – argue away. It will never change the fact that Krispy Kreme tops Dunkin’ Donuts any day. 😀 I have some friends who would definitely argue this fact with me, so I just had to mention it. 😉 But seriously, take a plain glazed Krispy Kreme doughnut, and microwave it for 9 seconds on high. It’s absolutely perfect, and will totally melt in your mouth. Yum!!
Anyway, doughnuts are delicious. And thanks to Rach @ This Italian Family, I now have a recipe to make homemade doughnuts. This recipe is super easy and super fast. And when I say something is easy and fast, I mean it. I personally prefer to spend a maximum of one hour in the kitchen at a time. You know, I have other things to do, people to see, and blog posts to write. I’m happy if I can get my cooking done in under an hour. 😉 But, if it does take over an hour, I will oblige…just not as happily as if it were under an hour. 😉
These doughnuts took about….20 minutes, max. And I’m including preparation in that. Plus – they were super delicious! This recipe is definitely a keeper, and I plan on making doughnuts again soon.
Melt in Your Mouth Doughnuts
- 1 ten-count can home style biscuits (or whatever you prefer, just not flaky layers)
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 1/2 tbsp. cinnamon
- 1 stick margarine (or butter), melted
- vegetable oil for frying
Isn’t that refreshing? Those of us who are in Christ Jesus are set free from sin and death. Of course, we’re still humans, and we’re still tempted with what everyone else is. However, the difference is, that as Christians, we do not have to pay the price for Eternal Life. We’re set free – saved – from that requirement, because Jesus Christ paid it for us when He died on the cross and rose again 3 days later. There’s no way that I could possibly ever be thankful enough for what Jesus did for me. He’s awesomesauce. 😀
Well, have a great week! I’m crazily busy trying to write a Literary Analysis Essay due next week for my literature class. *insert pulling my hair out* I’ve never, ever done an essay like this one before. However, I love writing, so it’s not that bad…I just have a lot of homework to somehow get done this week. O.o
And….I’m gonna go now. Ciao! 😉
*title quote from George Jean Nathan