|And just for the record, I didn't even get a chance to sift the powdered sugar before The Bugs dug right in ... pretty blog picture be darned!|
The dough becomes these little puffs of soft and fluffy deliciousness that pretty much melt in your mouth. And when you top them with butter or syrup or honey or cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar ... or all of the above in The Bugs' case ... it makes for a mighty fine morning!
yield: about 10 per loaf
Frozen Bread Loaves
Your choice of toppings: cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar, honey, syrup, butter, sliced berries or bananas ...
1. We use Bridgford bread loaves (in the grocery store freezer section) and they run about $3 - so reasonable and super versatile! So far, we have made strombolis, homemade pizza, cinnamon rolls, slider buns and fried dough! Anyway, allow the loaf (loaves) to thaw and rise.
2. Then, simply pull off a small piece, flatten it slightly in your palm and slide it into your hot oil. Flip once, remove when lightly browned and drain on paper towels.
3. Top with toppings, grab a few napkins, bite and sigh. Repeat, repeat, repeat.
I think The Bugs and their buddy Connor downed 10 of these each ... (drat their metabolism!!) ... and would have gone back for more!!
Most definitely a splurge. Most definitely a treat. Most definitely on my mind while I stir my Kashi cereal into a Greek yogurt. OH ... go on ...
This project or recipe was shared at the blogs on my Link page!