Sunday, December 11, 2011

Hot Cocoa and Homemade Donuts

Perry must have been cold this morning when he arrived at our house.  We found him on our stove all ready to make hot cocoa!

Austyn...I just love how excited she gets every morning when she finds Perry!  It is such an adventure for her.

Gannon-- He wasn't nearly as excited about Perry as he was about the smarshmallow smiley face Perry made for him.  He went straight to them and started eating :)

While we were making hot cocoa, Gannon and Austyn decided that donuts would go perfectly with it.  So, off we went on a donut-making adventure!

Here's what we did:

-First, you will need a can of refrigerated buttermilk (not flaky layers) biscuits.
I used the small ones...not sure it matters, but that is what I had.

Flatten out your biscuits and cut a hole in the center.
I used a bag tip for piping icing to cut our holes.  Just use whatever you have handy.


Next, submerge the donuts (and holes) in melted butter.
Then, dip them in sugar.

Finally, spread them out on an ungreased cookie sheet, and bake them at 375 for 12-14 minutes.


And, of course, here are a few photos of the kiddos enjoying their hot cocoa and donuts!

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