For those days when you're having taste-conflicting cravings for junk food, try whipping up a batch of these maple bacon donut fries. They're sugary, salty, fatty, warm and carbohydrate-rich, making them the ultimate comfort food. Something tells me that they're worth the wait necessary for preparation.
Within 45 minutes, you can turn Pillsbury Grands Homestyle Biscuits into fried donut strips. I know that I'd be tempted to eat them just like that if I'm truly hungry, but the toppings are what make this indulgent meal really heavenly. A glaze is made with sugar, butter, milk, maple syrup and hot chocolate fudge, essentially serving up a dessert-style poutine. I'm quite sure that this dish would do exceedingly well if incorporated into restaurant menus. Cooks, take note!
Maple Bacon Donut Fries Fulfill Cravings for Sugar, Fat and Salt Simultaneously
Amelia Roblin — March 6, 2015 — Lifestyle