100 Bite-Sized Donut Recipes To Sweeten Your “Hole” Day
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?
Confetti Cake Mini Donuts
How do you like this name? The Homer Simpson: Pink-Sprinkle Mini Donuts
Blackberry Crumble Mini Donuts
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!
I used a couple of donut pans for this recipe.
It’s easy to fill the donut pans if you use a pastry bag with no tip.
The donuts baked up nicely in 7-9 minutes!
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!
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*I received a copy of Mini Donuts. The comments in this post are 100% mine.