2-Ingredient Chinese Restaurant Doughnuts
Don't you just love those light, sugary doughnuts you get at Chinese restaurants? This copycat recipe for 2-Ingredient Chinese Restaurant Doughnuts is a super simple way to make them at home! All you need are a can of refrigerated biscuits and sugar. These take just minutes to make, and when they're done you'll have delicious golden brown homemade doughnuts that taste just like the kind at your favorite Chinese restaurant. You simply can't go wrong with a 2-ingredient dessert recipe.
Cooking Time5 min
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Jan 31, 2018
I am a huge fan of quick and easy recipes like this. I have found that refrigerator biscuits are an absolute blessing when it comes to quick and easy recipes or last minute entertaining. These donuts are scrumptious! I have made a similar dessert using these bicuits, but coated them in a melted butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon mixture that is then baked in the oven. So good! Drooooooooool. You can't go wrong with this recipe! You should definitely give it a try.
Nov 28, 2017
These are the best doughnuts as a light dessert, or a breakfast on the go. I always love getting these at the restaurant we go to. Now, I have been making them at home, thanks to this recipe! I have even added some homemade strawberry jam, apple butter, or chocolate frosting to the inside once these are done. You just pipe it in, and you have a completely different taste. You can also add some cinnamon to the sugar you roll them for cinnamon sugar doughnuts.
Apr 30, 2017
How can you go wrong with a recipe that starts with..."get a cheap can of biscuits"? How easy is that. I absolutely love these little donuts. I've coated them with sugar as called for, but I have also done cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar, glaze, and I have even gone so far as to fill them with a little squirt of jelly. So, go get yourself "a cheap can of biscuits" and have some fun.
Mar 06, 2017
I am happy to find this because our favorite Chinese buffet was taken out of the restaurant it was in. This is one of my husband's favorite things from the place. I was sure it was a biscuit dough so this is a very easy little dessert to make. Just right for a small simple, sweet. This is soft and nice for an adult for a bit or for a child to have for a dessert or snack.
Dec 20, 2016
Huh? That's it. Wow. Easy. I'll have to make these then.
Jul 07, 2015
I wish I could just make a whole batch of these myself and eat them without sharing. Of course I would feel bad for not sharing. I will make these donuts tonight.
patty j smit
Oct 05, 2014
but the cookies have tons of ingredients, mostly stuff i can't even pronounce! :(
Sep 16, 2014
It would be nice if these recipes came with printer friendly options!
Sep 16, 2014
We appreciate your suggestion and improving our print function is something our development team is currently working on. We hope to have a more print-friendly option coming soon, so be sure to check back!
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