Doughtnut days


That’s right, we made doughnuts and they were awesome. Recipe curtsy of Random Girl .
We double the recipe and added some extra Mace (worth the purchase it gave the dough a lovely sweet spice). Some where fried, other’s baked (with a unfortunate accident for those on the lower rack >.<).inside shots!

We started with taking the warm baked donuts and dipping them first into melted earth balance and then into a bowl of cinnamon sugar with cinnamon. Very good, although messy our technique was not presented. We also took confectioners sugar with water as suggested for a nice white glaze which was very pretty. Doubling the dipping action for extra sweet crispy goodness. I also turned the eb/brown sugar bowl into a glaze of its own, cinnamon style. Here they are in various forms. Assembly line

Fired VS Baked Bowl for the nerds.

These ones were on the bottom rack…. oops.

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6 Comments »

  1. Trish Said:

    Those look great! What did you notice in the way of differences between the fried and the baked doughnuts?

  2. iReNe Said:

    oh my god. i want everything that i have just seen in this entry!too bad that i am not at all good with cooking 🙂greetings from madrid. go vegan!

  3. Deb Schiff Said:

    Gorgeous!

  4. Lisbeth Said:

    Oh god, yes. Those look incredible.

  5. B.A.D. Said:

    hmmm, this was a while ago. Mostly I remember liking the fried ones better as they became crispy on the outsiders and fluffy inside. The baked ones had more of a doughy/bready texture (and some/most were burnt on the bottom because I forgot about them).

  6. Brad Beattie Said:

    Huh… And these work? I haven't had donuts in near on to 10 years now. Excitement!


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