Giveaway: Mini Donuts Cookbook

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Mini Donuts

100 Bite-Sized Donut Recipes To Sweeten Your “Hole” Day

By

Jessica Segarra

from The Novice Chef Blog

 

 The recipes in this cookbook use three different methods of cooking mini donuts:  the donut pan, the mini-donut machine, and the frying method.

 

  • The donut pan produces a mini donut with a light, airy, cupcake-like texture.
  • The mini-donut machine creates a more dense cakelike donut with a perfectly rounded top.
  • The frying method, either in a deep fryer or deep pan with hot oil, creates a donut very similar to those you most often find in a donut shop.

 

Don’t these donuts look delish?

 

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Confetti Cake Mini Donuts

 

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How do you like this name?  The Homer Simpson:  Pink-Sprinkle Mini Donuts

 

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Blackberry Crumble Mini Donuts

 

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Glazed Fried Mini Donuts

 

Well, you know I’m a sucker for anything “pumpkin” flavored!  So I had to give the Pumpkin Spice with Cinnamon-Maple Glaze Mini Donuts (on page 112) a try!

 

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 I used a couple of donut pans for this recipe.

 

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It’s easy to fill the donut pans if you use a pastry bag with no tip.

 

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The donuts baked up nicely in 7-9 minutes!

 

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The donuts were moist, light, and delicious!  Can’t wait to try more recipes!

 

There are some great baked donut recipes in this book that I can make for my second grade students! They’re going to love them! Especially if I have them decorate their own donut!

 

Check out some of the catchy donut names in this cookbook:

 

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Mini Donuts

Snickerdoodle Fried Mini Donuts

Strawberry Shortcake Mini Donuts

Marble Cake Mini Donuts

The Bugs Bunny:  Carrot Cake Mini Donut

The Paula Deen:  Butter Cake Mini Donuts

Lemon Meringue Mini Donuts

Lemon-Poppy Seed Mini Donuts

 

You are going to love this cookbook!  The recipes are fun and super easy!

 

Mini Donuts is available at Amazon.com.


 

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*I received a copy of Mini Donuts.  The comments in this post are 100% mine.



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Comments

  1. Wanda Warfield says

    I have never made donuts but with the pans and this recipe book, it looks easy and something to serve company

  2. says

    My family loves to buy donuts from the bakery but need to start eating lighter. Baking the donuts would be a step towards that area. It seems like any of the recipes would be delicious.

  3. kesha says

    I have made both and my family likes both baked and fried. I like to do the baked though for something fast so I do not have to wait for the rising of the yeast!

  4. Charlotte Moore says

    I did make baked donuts one time. They tasted like a muffin. Could of been the recipe I used. The lemon sounds good.

  5. Diane Riedel says

    I like both! Fried of course has that wonderful touch of grease in your mouth that feels so indulgent as you eat it. Baked has a more cake like texture that goes so well with coffee. I’ve never made either so it would be fun to make the baked variety! :)

  6. Heather Perry says

    I have never made donuts but love to eat them. I would love to make my own. Great for the kids to help with too!

  7. Jo says

    I have never had baked donuts before so I couldn’t totally say which I prefer, however, I don’t eat many donuts due to the fact that they are fried so baked would be a good alternative. I love donuts!

  8. says

    I LOVE doughnuts adn have been trying to win a cookbook for ages! :) Oh. My. Those pumpkin donuts are a dream… I love anything pumpkin! Let’s see, I much prefer baked over fried (but fried is nice for a special treat). :)

  9. Carmen says

    I think all the donuts at my local bakery are fried so I’m not sure if I’ve ever had baked. But I’d love to try a healthier version so I can have them more often :)

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