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Monday, June 20, 2011


I can't for the life of me remember what recipe I used for these :( but it is really the toppings that matter. You can throw the doughnuts together with any old bread or roll recipe.

When the dough is ready, roll it out on a very floury surface and cut out circle shapes (I used the lid from a peanut butter jar for this)
p.s. this is a very messy process

Then cut out doughnut holes from the middle of each doughnut (I used a vanilla lid)Now, fry up your doughnuts, between low and medium heat for best results

Before I put toppings on my doughnuts, I dipped them all in glaze
(about 1-2 tablespoons of milk for every cup of powdered sugar)

Now comes the fun part, finally. The toppings. This one is drizzled in carmel sauce and Dulce de Leche

mmm.... my husbands favorite was the smores doughnut, dipped in chocolate and graham cracker crumbs, with a marshmallow melted in the middle

My favorite were the chocolate toffee

Other varieties I made included chocolate with sprinkles, peanut butter, cinnamon sugar, almond glazed, toasted coconut, and butterscotch glazed.

1 comment:

  1. Um... why are you so AWESOME?!?! These look so good!!!


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