I bought several cans of biscuits on my last trip to the grocery store and my kids kept asking me what I planned on making with them since I normally don’t buy a ton of biscuits.  I told them that I was going to make them surprise using the biscuits.  Today my son asked me to make the surprise recipe.  I told him that was an excellent idea and asked him to help me.  I remember when I was younger that we used to make homemade Donuts at home, so I decided to make donut holes in hopes that they would taste similar to sopapillas.  However, they aren’t as light and flakey like a sopapilla.

Learn how to make homemade donuts at home, please visit Uplifting Families for the recipe.

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