Try these ice cream donuts and try not to fall in love - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Try these ice cream donuts and try not to fall in love

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

With the weather getting warmer, it is the perfect time of year to indulge in some ice cream.

But the rising temperatures can causing that sweet treat to melt down your cone and onto your hand.

One way to solve this problem could be to eat it quickly, but only if you have a guaranteed way to avoid a brain freeze.

A better way to keep the ice cream from melting is to put it into a delicious donut hole.

Ingredients

Servings: 12 donut holes

1 6-count pack of biscuit dough
Vanilla ice cream
Canola oil, for frying
½ cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon milk
Raspberries and mint, for garnish

Preparation

Open the pack of biscuit dough and cut each biscuit into halves.

Take one half and press it into a flat and circular shape.

Place a small spoonful of ice cream into the center of the dough.

Carefully wrap the edges of the dough over the ice cream, creating a very tight seal.

Repeat with the remaining biscuit dough and freeze them for 1 hour.

Heat oil over medium-high heat.

Fry the frozen dough balls until golden brown.

Drain them on a paper towel.

Freeze for another 30 minutes.

In a small bowl, combine powdered sugar and milk, stirring until smooth.

Pour the glaze evenly over the donut holes. Serve immediately!

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