Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Busted Doughnuts

Do-NUT What I am Doing!



Today I decided I would create a breakfast fit for a queen! Were going to call it high tea for southerners. It's extremely cold out and I thought to myself, I said self; why not doughnuts!































I started to just eat all the chocolate ones, which are my favorite. There is nothing like a devils food chocolate doughnut. Except a devils food chocolaty doughnut with good organic milk! Yes, it is low fat milk!


 But then I saw this beauty, just look at it. Perfectly glazed, hot, soft, fresh circle of goodness.




























I had fruit cocktail in the refrigerator, and I said I can make this so much more healthier.




 This doughnut was begging for a sprinkle. Yes I put more than just a sprinkle, go big or go home!


Don't worry I am about to EAT all of you.

The season of sharing, just not my doughnuts.

 
Busted Doughnuts

Prep Time: 20 minutes- to purchase Doughnuts
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 2-4 (LOL) depending on your mood!

Ingredients:
4 glazed doughnuts
1 can of fruit cocktail
2 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp powdered sugar

Directions:

Drain fruit cocktail over a bowl and sprinkle on 2 tbsp of sugar, mix well and set aside for 5 minutes. Split doughnuts making sure not to cut all the way through, stop about 1 inch away from end and set aside.  Stuff doughnut with macerated fruit cocktail, adding as much fruit cocktail that will fit. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of powdered sugar on each doughnut. Enjoy.   

2 comments:

  1. Thank you Dina, it taste really good. If you decide to make it, try it with strawberries or peaches it's so yummy. Taste like a cobbler but sweeter.

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