Glazed doughnuts are transformed into an addictive crisp snack, thanks to a panini press. If no panini press use your griddle and a brick wrapped in foil. These are heavenly, and make perfect little gifts.
The chips can also be made plain without the cinnamon sugar.
WARNING: YOU MAY EAT THE FIRST BATCH ALL BY YOURSELF!
Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Chips
8 glazed donuts (When did you ever see 8 donuts in a box? Use the whole dozen.)
1. Preheat panini press, or griddle. Using a serrated knife, cut doughnuts in half horizontally.
2. Place doughnut halves, cut side up, in batches, in preheated hightly greased panni press. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar before closing press. Cook 1-2 minutes or until browned; transfer chips to wire rack to cool completely. If using griddle you will need to turn. (Chips will crisp a they cool). Store in airtight container up to 1 week.