I love doughnuts. One of my dreams would be to make great donuts (is that spelled right?) I don't want to make them out of biscuits. I want something that is "airy" if that makes sense and not the cake kind. Those are usually heavy. We don't have a donut shop anymore here in town so a person has to pick up donuts at the grocery store. I want something homemade. I am actually trying a recipe tonight from the TOH magazine I got in the mail today. So if you are a donut maker I would ever be grateful to you. thanks
I have a wonderful donut recipe I use... I don't have time until this evening to post it for you tho....they are yeastie and nice and fluffy... yummmm I have not made them for a while... time to do that!! The King loves donuts!
You gotta love a good, fluffy donut!
Oh Yes !!! That's what I'm talking about ! I know I won't "wear" them well but atleast they still make clothes to kinda fit me. ha ha
Crispy and Creamy Donuts
This recipe sounds so good it brings a tear to my eye (snif, snif). These sound awesome.I will be trying these this weekend! My thanks to you for posting it!!
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I did try the recipe from the TOH magazine last night and the lady's recipe was awesome. Krispy Kreme doesn't have nothin on her... "Hot and Now" . is that what Krispy Kreme says.
So go look for your magazine and try it. I will say it did take me a little longer to make them or atleast for them to rise but you know its according to the heat where they are rising. Sure worth the wait !!
queenelI did try the recipe from the TOH magazine last night and the lady's recipe was awesome.
queenel, I'm posting the recipe for those who may not have the magazine.
"One year I entered 18 different baked goods in the county fair and all of them won a ribbon. Here is my favorite prize-winning doughnut recipe. I have been making doughnuts since I was a bride 58 years ago!" Betty B. Claycomb, Alverton, PA
Nutrition Facts: 1 doughnut equals 270 calories, 11 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 22 mg cholesterol, 129 mg sodium, 39 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 4 g protein.
First-Prize Doughnuts published in Taste of Home February/March 2010, p66
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This is my favorite donut recipe.
1 C Water
1/2 C Margarine
3 Tbsp Sugar
1 C Flour
Boil water and margarine and continue boiling until it melts. Add flour and sugar, cool. Add eggs one at a time.
Drop by Tbsp in hot oil
I put sugar in a lunch bag and drop them in when they are hot so they get covered. I use plain sugar, but powdered or a cinnamon sugar would also be good.
Best served right away.
I'm making these and yogurt parfaits for breakfast this morning.
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