Saturday, March 24, 2012

Baked Doughnuts

These turned out pretty but they weren't the best recipe.  I am now going to scour the web to find a better way to make them.  The stupid thing is that I bought one of those special Wilton pans that shapes the doughnuts and yet I ended up cutting them out instead.  Oh well, live and learn.  


Marja said...

I bought those pans as well 2 years ago when in the US. The larger ones and the smaller ones. I used them once and found that you had to put such a small, precise amount of dough in them that it was a hassle so I haven't made them since. How do you shape them? Just make coils and join? Would be cheaper and healthier than the Krispy Kremes (Cost around $17 here for a dozen!).

Brandy said...

I have no clue how to use the pans. The directions that came with it said something about "pouring" batter in. That makes no sense considering that doughnut dough is like bread dough. It doesn't run at all so I have no clue how to "pour" it in. To make the doughnuts like in my photo, use a biscuit cutter to cut the large part and then use a small biscuit cutter (or small juice cup like I did) to cut out the middles. If you figure out how the heck to use the doughnut pans, please fill me in on the secret, lol.