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  1. Rowan

    I was given a doughnut maker (the electric kind) as a gift earlier this year and have had varying success using it for baked doughnut recipes that aren’t electric maker specific. Some recipes state specifically that they won’t work in an electric doughnut maker, but I’m not sure what to look for in the recipe composition to make that call on my own. I thought it might be moisture, but some batters seem quite wet in the bowl and work well in the electric maker while others that seem dry or doughy in the bowl don’t work. Any ideas or experience with what might be the best thing to look for? And, I suppose I might as well ask, any thoughts on how these would fare? πŸ™‚

    Looking forward to making these babies one way or another!

    1. Gingee

      I made them in my electric donut maker. They were done PERFECTLY in about 5-7 minutes for each batch.

      I also coated them in candy making chocolate. I believe I’ve entered heaven. Thank you Brittany for your cooking and baking genius! I’m gluten free. I have vegan friends and I know I can always find something on your page that we can all have and LOVE!

  2. Sybil

    I was just thinking about trying them in my donut maker since I don’t have the pans. I plan to try it (today or tomorrow) and will report back! If it doesn’t work, I guess I had better go buy some pans!

  3. Shari

    Oh my – First off let me say, I jsut found you about a week ago. I love to read what you post. You are a delight and sweet.
    I am going to try to make these tomorrow. How are they the next day? Did you have any left over to try?

  4. Shari

    I just made these. Having been unable to find a donut paln, I opted fora cake ball pan. They worked wonderfully. I was afraid to fill completely so my balls are not complete, but my next batch I will fill and see. I just melted semi sweet chocolate chips and coated the top and sprinkled crushed candy canes. One batch made 18 balls and one muffin.
    Going to try chocolate with orange exract for my next batch.
    This really is so easy to do.
    Thank you so much for the recipe.

  5. Erika

    I made these tonight and they came out lovely – Thank you! But, I just wanted to clarify the yield… I have a USA Donut Pan – which made 6 large donuts using the exact ingredient measurements in this recipe. I thought that was for 12, but 6 perfectly large donuts was all it made. =) Thanks again for sharing this recipe!

  6. Amanda

    Will these work with Coconut Palm Sugar or Agave? I want to be sure I can do these. πŸ™‚

  7. Gingee

    I accidently added 1 1/2 Tablespoons of water instead of 1.5 teaspoons! I made them in the little “babycakes” donut maker. They came out light and fluffy instead of dense. Boy was a relieved! Tasting one right now and it is deeeelish!

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