Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Mini Donuts







These mini donuts are baked, not deep-fried.  Preparation is similar to making muffins, i.e. combine wet and dry ingredients, stir and bake!  It is really quick and easy, and makes a wonderful kids' party snack or tea-time treat.  

Ingredients:
(makes about 30 mini donuts, each about 4 cm in diameter)

(A):  Sift together
150g plain flour
1 tsp baking powder

(B):
1 egg
60g sugar
150g yogurt (I used strawberry flavoured yogurt)
45ml milk
4 tbsp melted butter
1 tsp vanilla essence
Pinch of salt

Method:

1) Whisk egg and sugar together.  Mix in other ingredients in (B) till combined.

2) Add in sifted flour/baking powder and stir to combine.  Spoon batter into a piping bag and pipe into lightly-greased donuts pan, about 3/4 full.

3) Bake in preheated oven at 180C for about 10 to 12 mins till light golden brown.

4) Cool the donuts, dip in melted chocolate or candy melts and coat with crushed Oreo cookies/nuts/sprinkles etc.

[Source: Recipe adapted from Cuisine Paradise]




11 comments:

  1. Wowowo WaiFong these mini donuts are simply gorgeous!!!!! It reminds me of those mini donuts that i venture few years back :)

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  2. Thanks Ellena, your donuts recipe is really yummy. When are you going to bake some again ...

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  3. Looks yummy! I must bookmark this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Which ever way.Good idea and look great:))

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  5. Looks really good n yummy! Maybe I should try it too :)

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  6. So pretty! Are you having party? I will come over. Hehe!

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  7. Looks fantastic! Is the baked doughnut taste better than deep fried one?

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  8. wow, these look so lovely...it is as though I am looking at the display counter for a donut shop!

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  9. Thanks ladies for dropping by.. it would be lovely if I could serve you some donuts!

    Hankerie: This tastes different from the deep fried donut. The fried version contains bread flour. This is purely from plain flour and taste more cake like.

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  10. Hi, I don't have a donuts pan? any advice?
    Thank you
    FW

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  11. FW - you need a donut pan for this. Alternatively, you can do the traditional kind of deep-fried donut using a mixture of bread flour & plain flour.

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