Bonut-pétit!

Perri Ormont Blumberg
November 8, 2018
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First, Alton Brown had us swooning with his sweet Charleston boat wedding to Elizabeth Ingram (especially with the couple's adorable Atlanta Humane rescue pup, Abigail the Mangey Boston). Now, we're swooning for sweet carb-y balls of...fried biscut donuts? Yes, they're a thing, and boy does the Cooking Channel star of Good Eats: Reloaded make them look tantalizing. Fried and glazed to perfection, biscuits become a dessert-worthy treat thanks to Brown's culinary prowess. See a quick look at the making of "bonuts" on Brown's Instagram below.

Good Eats: Reloaded debuted in October 2018 with the purpose of "...renovating, updating -- and in some cases, repairing -- classic episodes of the long-running series." His now-loved bonuts came to be in a 2016 episode where the TV personality walked viewers through the culinary technique behind the genius creation. Get Brown's original recipe here.

WATCH: Alton Brown Weds Elizabeth Ingram on a Boat in Charleston

Well, we have two key takeaways, ladies and gents. 1) We sure wants some biscuits and 2) How much fun is it to say the word "bonut?" Bonut, bonut, bonut-pétit!