These sopes are blissful little fried puffs of dough rolled in cinnamon and sugar. They are soft, sweet, and amazingly easy to make!
Sopes are traditionally a savory dish but rules are meant to be broken and I love being the one to do it! It wasn’t hard for me to dream up this little delights. Who doesn’t love sweet fried dough…doughnut, anyone!? So, after a particularly rainy afternoon I thought I would make an extra special snack for my little man for him to enjoy after school. These can be made in just minutes using uncooked refrigerated biscuits and frying them…I did say this is an extra special snack, right!?
Cinnamon and Sugar Sopes
- 1/4-1/2 cup oil (vegetable or canola)
- 1 can-8 count uncooked biscuits
- 1 cup sugar
- 3 tsp ground cinnamon
Preheat 1/4 cup oil in an electric skillet or pan over medium-high heat. Remove each biscuit and flatten with the palms of your hands. Fry each biscuit in the oil a few minutes on each side until they are browned and crispy. In a medium bowl mix the cinnamon and sugar. Roll the fried biscuits in the cinnamon sugar immediately. Serve as an after school snack or for dessert.