1 bottle or so of vegetable oil
1/4 c. sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 c. Bisquik Baking Mix
1/4 c. water (maybe more)
Fill an electric skillet (that’s easiest) or a heavy, high-sided, flat-bottomed frying pan with vegetable oil, about 1″ deep. Heat to 375″, or until a bubble of water crackles when dropped in.
Set up an old cookie sheet or foil with a cookie cooling rack on top of it, to catch dripped oil, and later, cinnamon. Keeps your workspace cleaner.
In a large plastic bag (gallon ziplocks work well), mix sugar and cinnamon, and set aside.
Mix Bisquick and water to make a soft dough. Add water if needed.
When oil is ready, drop by teaspoonfulls into hot oil. Fry approximately 30 seconds on each side, until they are golden in color. Remove to cookie rack to drain.
While still warm, drop puffs into cinnamon/sugar mix and shake to coat.
Makes about a dozen, unless you’re eating them as they come out of the cinnamon bag…