Mini Dounuts

Guess what my grandmother sent me? A DONUT MAKER!

MIni Donuts

I’m so happy about it. It gives me the possibility to produce mini dounuts on my own without frying them :).

I unwrapped the package in the evening and the next day, I made about fifty cute and super delicious donuts. Mini-donuts, actually. I found the recipe in the instructions of the gadget – I know, not very creative – but it turned out to be a very good one. I can’t wait to try out variations.

Check this out.

Mini Dounuts

(makes about 50 donuts)

260g (2 cups + 2 tbsp) flour
130g (½ cup + 1 tbsp) sugar
1 pkt vanilla sugar
150 ml (½ cup + 3 tbsp) milk
100 ml (½ cup – 2 tbsp) heavy cream
3 eggs
3 tbsp corn oil
1 pck (3 tsp) baking powder

powdered sugar, for dusting

Preparing this dough is really easy: Put all the ingredients into a large bowl. Stir with a stand or a handheld mixer, until the batter is smooth. Preheat your donut maker.

Fill in about 1 tbsp of the dough into each mould and bake with the lid closed for about 3 minutes.

Dust the with powdered sugar… and eat :)

MIni Donuts

2 thoughts

  1. Have you got any variations yet? I would love to see posts of those too :-)
    My Mother bought this a few days ago and I’m about to try the recipe on the manual now! Lol, wish me luck!


    1. although my brother keeps telling me, I have no variations by now, sorry :/

      but with the given recipe I am sure you will be successful, it is really not hard to make :)


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