Posted: 12/17/2012 10:51:48 PM
Made an error on my statement of measurement - should have said you don't need 3/4 cups each of cinnamon and sugar...1 cup total should be plenty.
Posted: 12/17/2012 10:48:30 PM
Hot tasty mess! First you don't need 1/3 cup each cinnamon and sugar. 1/3 to 1 cup total cinnamon sugar mixture would be plenty. I would dip the biscuits in the butter & cinnamon sugar before baking. I think they would look more appetizing. I tried the pastry bag and it was not a hit with me, however I don't think putting the filling in a blaster would be very easy. Might try using a funnel to fill it. Plus I would just call these cinnamon jelly biscuits, not donuts. Overall, tasty.
Posted: 12/16/2012 10:07:13 PM
I made these and was surprised how super easy it was!! One of the easiest things that I have made in a long time! I sent my hubby to the store to buy a baster, but they were out so what he did was buy the reusable ketchup/mustard squeezers and I filled it with the raspberry preserves. With the smaller tip it was easier to use and I didn't have to refill it at all.
Posted: 12/16/2012 6:30:46 PM
A baster sounds like a piece of special equipment. I would just use a pastry bag. I have to agree with yoyo1198 that they should be fried.
Posted: 10/24/2012 2:16:00 PM
Have made these before for my jelly donut loving husband and he definitely gave it a thumbs up. Delicious!
Posted: 6/5/2012 4:00:56 PM
These sound yummy! Has anyone tried to freeze them yet?
If so, how did you reheat them and were they as good as freshly made?
Posted: 6/5/2012 1:36:53 PM
I've got to agree with Maximillian here. Don't see how this would pass for a doughnut. Now maybe if it was fried? It might be tasty, but a doughnut it ain't. Perhaps Pillsbury should rename it?
Posted: 4/27/2012 2:16:36 PM
These were SO good! I'm not really a jelly doughnut lover, but the flavor of these with the cinnamon-sugar/butter combo was amazing! My husband and kids scarfed them up before they even had a chance to cool!