1 roll of refrigerator biscuits – I use the extremely inexpensive kind.
Texas Pepper Jelly of your choice
What to do:
Preheat your oven to 400.
Use the butter spray on your muffin tin. Be generous.
Now, crack open the roll of biscuits and “pull” a hole in the middle of each one. Make it look like a doughnut.
Put the “doughnuts” in the muffin tin. Spoon a dollop (to your own taste!) of Texas Pepper Jelly in the middle. Don’t cover up the pepper jelly.
Bake at 400 degrees for 8 minutes, and then continue to check progress. When the biscuits are nicely browned to your family’s taste (everybody’s different when it comes to biscuits) remove and serve warm. Do NOT serve straight from the oven because jelly boils and is still hot even when the bread part is just warm. The dough will have risen and engulfed the pepper jelly, and once you’re cooled these down just a bit, every bite will be infused with pepper jelly.
My family doesn’t use any condiments with these; the pepper jelly is enough for them. My sister spread a little butter on hers when she joined us. These Spicy Texas Doughnut Muffins are great for breakfast or snack or any time, really.
Did I mention how easy this recipe is? I’m sure you noticed, but hey. EASY RECIPE!
And so, so amazingly delicious!