S’more Doughnuts

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Are you ready for a ridiculously insane, delicious and easy recipe? Cause I have some doughnuts that will fit the bill! {I’ll advise you to change into your stretchy pants now!}

Some s’mores got it on with some doughnuts in my kitchen the other day and made babies.

Sweet, delicious doughnut babies.

Friends, meet my newest concoction: S’more doughnuts.
IMG_1428Please excuse my S’more addiction lately. I just can’t get enough! {See this recipe and this recipe for proof!}

These are evil. And only take 4 ingredients: biscuits, marshmallow fluff, hot fudge sauce and oil. Total no-brainer recipe! Luckily, when I made these, my nieces and nephews were over to help me eat them all! They couldn’t keep their hands off of them and all 16 were gone under 20 minutes. S’more doughnuts got rave reviews all around!

So, here’s what you do- {1} heat up your oil in a big pot {2} cut your biscuits in half lengthwise and fry {3} fill with marshmallow fluff {4} top with hot fudge sauce.

See what I mean? No brainer!

Try these out and tell me what you think! You know they are calling your name! Ha! 🙂

Happy Wednesday!

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S’more Doughnuts
yield: 16 doughnuts
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Ingredients:
1-16.3 oz. can of biscuits {I used the Jumbo Pillsbury Flaky Layers Original}
7 oz. container marshmallow fluff
11.5 oz. jar of hot fudge sauce
oil for frying, such as canola or peanut oil

Directions:

Pour about 2 inches of oil into a large pot. Preheat oil to 350-375 degrees.

Pop open can of biscuits and cut each biscuit in half lengthwise. {This is why I use the flaky layers–it’s super easy to just peel each biscuit into two equal halves…no knife necessary!} Fry 20-30 seconds per side or until a deep golden brown. Remove from oil and drain on paper towels. Repeat until all doughnuts have been fried.

Place a filling tip into a piping bag and fill with marshmallow fluff. {If you don’t have a special filling tip, just use a round, wide mouth metal one.} Fill each doughnut with fluff. Because the store-bought fluff is so thick, use a lot of pressure while filling to make enough come out. You want the doughnuts full!

Once all doughnuts have been filled, microwave hot fudge sauce until warm and loose. Empty out onto plate. Dip the tops of doughnuts into the chocolate and place on cooling rack. Serve.
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  1. I LOVE making donuts out of canned biscuits! It always impresses 🙂

    P.S. You didn’t put links in for your other s’more recipes where it says ‘here and here.’

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    • Haha! Oops! I got it all fixed…can you tell I was up late finishing this post? Lol!

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  2. I can’t even tell you good these look. I can’t wait to make them!!!

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  3. These look absolutely DIVINE! I look forward to trying these! My husband loves s’mores and doughnuts he will love the combination together all in one. Great recipe!

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    • It is a pretty killer combination!

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  4. Oh sweet merciful – – these look divine! You are an inspired woman, Lo.

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  5. I’ve never made anything like this, but my fresh morning craving could change that soon! They’re gorgeous.

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    • I hope you get to make these soon, Caitlin!

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  6. oh, thank you SO MUCH for making something this naughty SOOOOO easy. 😉

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  7. Um…WOW! First of all, fantastic idea for how to make doughnuts in general. Add marshmallow fluff and chocolate? Yes please!

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    • Have you never heard of making doughnuts out of canned biscuits before? It’s the easiest thing ever!

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  8. You made it way too easy for me to resist making doughnuts when they are this easy and irresistible looking!

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    • They are definitely irresistible!

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    • Hahaha! I tend to do that to myself at least 3x a week!

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  9. Great. My ass just gained 4 pounds just READING THIS.

    🙂

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  10. Holy Yum!!! Can’t believe how easy it sounds to make these… that is VERY dangerous as I do not have nieces and nephews to feed these to, so instead will have to eat them all myself!

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    • No shame in eating them all by yourself!

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  11. This is a brilliant idea! By biscuits do you mean tea biscuits?

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    • No, the pop biscuits in a can….you know, pillsbury?!

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  12. Biscuits as doughnuts? Brilliant! I love how easy this looks, and my mouth and thighs are having an argument right now about whether or not to make these and eat every single one tonight. =)

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    • You’re going to want to eat every single one, guaranteed! I can’t believe people haven’t heard of making doughnuts out of biscuits! I thought everyone knew! Guess not…

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    • Yes! We’d love to have you!

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  13. I would like one-right now:)

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    • Haha! I would too, actually!

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    • My husband did too! Anything chocolate he likes….the marshmallows are just a bonus!

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  14. First, I would cut this doughnut in half. Then, I would place it over my open mouth and squeeze all of the marshmallow filling out. Yum!

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    • Haha! Thanks for the play by play!

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  15. yummmmyyyy!!! wow. such a clever idea too! i came here through tastykitchen – saw your recipe for cheesy garlic bread sticks on the front page! 😀

    a teen chef
    softandstiffpeaks.blogspot.com

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  16. Hi Lauren,
    I found you through another site and these doughnuts jumped out and well made me want to dive in. I just love the cream filling poking out. Keeping these on the make soon list.
    -Gina-

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  17. Made these this morning…delicious! Next time I will sprinkle crushed graham crackers on top! 😀

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  18. So…. I must have these! Is the filling very frustrating to pipe? I am 8 1/2 months a long and very hormonal!! 🙂

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  19. Just love it!!! My husband is a donut fanatic. I made these then again but filled them with a custard filling and the fudge topping…. now I made a variation at least once a week. … thanks for the tip.

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  20. Hello these donuts sound yummy but unfortunately neither the tinned biscuits or the marshmallow are not available in Australia any suggestions ?

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    • Maybe try a homemade doughnut recipe?

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