It’s amazing how a simple little round cake with a hole in the middle can bring so many smiles. Whether you prefer to dip them in your coffee or milk or not dunk them at all, these o-shaped rings have the wonderful side effect of causing great outbursts of pure joy.
In my family, we make our donuts in the fryer. I love donuts but I felt like coming up with a healthier version (after all, I AM waging war on refined sugar ;-). So, I treated myself to a donut baking pan and it’s been non-stop fun ever since. Just imagine how popular you’d be if you could serve donuts for breakfast, as a snack and, of course, for dessert.
If you don’t know what to ask for this Christmas or your next birthday, take my word for it, it’s a great gift idea. Hahaha!
I know a donut baking pan is a strange gift to give or receive… but the important thing to remember is, you’ll be rewarded by all those smiling faces around you.
Pleasure overload guaranteed!
By the way, the GLUTEN FREE version of this recipe is just as scrumptious as the regular one.
Feel like something a bit fancier? Add a little Caramellosel spread to your donut. It’s heavenly! Even simpler: spread a bit of chocolate date puree on top and then dip them in your favourite topping. And you so you know, they’re also delicious with just a little peanut butter on top. Yumski! What a great energizing breakfast idea.
This recipe will feature in my second cookbook in English: Goodbye Refined Sugar! Have you got your copy?