One of my favorite memories as a kid was having our annual "cousin's campout" at my grandmother's house. All the cousins would sleep in a big tent in the backyard. We'd take a jaunt down to the creek to play and roast hot dogs then we'd stay up late swapping stories and tormenting my tired Granny. But in the morning when we'd wake up, we'd run from the backyard into the kitchen, where my Granny Sadie would be making homemade cinnamon donuts for the mass of cousins. It was one of the only times all year that she would make these. Days ago, Noah started begging to make donuts. So this morning, we made our special "homemade" donuts and I shared all my special memories of my cousins with Noah while we made our special breakfast. Hope you enjoy this recipe.
Cousin Campout Cinnamon Donuts:
1 cup sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
**(flaky layers and Grands will not work)
1. Pour about an inch and a half of oil into a pan and heat on medium heat.
2. Lay all the biscuits out and poke a hole in the middle of all of them. We use a pineapple corer. But I've also used the tops to medicine bottles, tops to giant markers, etc. Just make sure whatever you use won't contaminate your food!