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    Baked donuts from a cake mix?

    Recently I saw an ad for the donut pan and they said there was a recipe for making them in the oven with a cake mix..anyone seen this? I can not remember who's ad it was..I got the pan at Michaels and am anxious to try this....not fried...and with a cake mix....

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    Here's a recipe for vanilla cake mix doughnuts -

    Baked Doughnuts

    Makes: 18-20 3-inch Doughnuts
    Active Time: 13-15 Minutes
    Total Time: 30 Minutes
    Tools Required: Medium Bowl, Doughnut Pan, Two Small Bowls, Spatula, Oven Thermometer
    Ingredients
    For Doughnuts:
    Full box Vanilla Cake Mix
    2 large eggs
    1 stick melted butter
    1 cup milk

    For Topping:
    Store bought vanilla frosting
    Store bought chocolate frosting
    1/3 cup chocolate sprinkles
    1/3 cup rainbow sprinkles
    1/3 cup white sprinkles
    1/3 cup mini chocolate chips
    Directions
    For Doughnuts:
    Preheat oven to 350F. Lightly grease doughnut pan. Combine eggs, butter, and milk. Add mix. Stir until smooth. Pour batter into prepared doughnut pan. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes.

    For Topping:
    Place vanilla frosting and chocolate frosting in separate small bowls. Melt frosting until creamy. Place doughnuts upside down into melted frosting.
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    Yum, those sound tasty

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    Yum

    Now, I'm brain-storming trying to think of what I have on hand without purchasing another specialty pan. Do you think I could use my mini-muffin pans for oddly shaped "donut holes?"

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    Yummy!!!!!!!
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    Great! Thank you..... Now I, too, have to get a doughnut pan or figure something out. Thanks for posting the question and the recipe.

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    will have to look for the donut pan thanks fors for sharing
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    Doughnut Maker

    I recently purchased one of these doughnut pans and tried the recipe below but used a lemon cake mix instead.
    Since the recipe did not dictate whether or not to fill the doughnut batter to the top......I did!
    Unfortunately, when they baked, the "HOLE" was covered over. So I improvised.
    I turned the "doughnuts" over, filled the "hole" with lemon curd, then drizzled a lemon glaze (lemon juice, powdered sugar, a little milk until creamy) all over. Wahlah! I had lemon glazed doughnuts! They were a hit!
    Goes to show mistakes can be an opportunity to create other goodies.
    I can see the endless possibilities: jelly filled, cream filled, etc.

    Here's a recipe for vanilla cake mix doughnuts -

    Baked Doughnuts

    Makes: 18-20 3-inch Doughnuts
    Active Time: 13-15 Minutes
    Total Time: 30 Minutes
    Tools Required: Medium Bowl, Doughnut Pan, Two Small Bowls, Spatula, Oven Thermometer
    Ingredients
    For Doughnuts:
    Full box Vanilla Cake Mix
    2 large eggs
    1 stick melted butter
    1 cup milk

    For Topping:
    Store bought vanilla frosting
    Store bought chocolate frosting
    1/3 cup chocolate sprinkles
    1/3 cup rainbow sprinkles
    1/3 cup white sprinkles
    1/3 cup mini chocolate chips
    Directions
    For Doughnuts:
    Preheat oven to 350F. Lightly grease doughnut pan. Combine eggs, butter, and milk. Add mix. Stir until smooth. Pour batter into prepared doughnut pan. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes.

    For Topping:
    Place vanilla frosting and chocolate frosting in separate small bowls. Melt frosting until creamy. Place doughnuts upside down into melted frosting.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by margon View Post
    I recently purchased one of these doughnut pans and tried the recipe below but used a lemon cake mix instead.
    Since the recipe did not dictate whether or not to fill the doughnut batter to the top......I did!
    Unfortunately, when they baked, the "HOLE" was covered over. So I improvised.
    I turned the "doughnuts" over, filled the "hole" with lemon curd, then drizzled a lemon glaze (lemon juice, powdered sugar, a little milk until creamy) all over. Wahlah! I had lemon glazed doughnuts! They were a hit!
    Goes to show mistakes can be an opportunity to create other goodies.
    I can see the endless possibilities: jelly filled, cream filled, etc.

    Here's a recipe for vanilla cake mix doughnuts -

    Baked Doughnuts

    Makes: 18-20 3-inch Doughnuts
    Active Time: 13-15 Minutes
    Total Time: 30 Minutes
    Tools Required: Medium Bowl, Doughnut Pan, Two Small Bowls, Spatula, Oven Thermometer
    Ingredients
    For Doughnuts:
    Full box Vanilla Cake Mix
    2 large eggs
    1 stick melted butter
    1 cup milk

    For Topping:
    Store bought vanilla frosting
    Store bought chocolate frosting
    1/3 cup chocolate sprinkles
    1/3 cup rainbow sprinkles
    1/3 cup white sprinkles
    1/3 cup mini chocolate chips
    Directions
    For Doughnuts:
    Preheat oven to 350F. Lightly grease doughnut pan. Combine eggs, butter, and milk. Add mix. Stir until smooth. Pour batter into prepared doughnut pan. Bake for 13 to 15 minutes.

    For Topping:
    Place vanilla frosting and chocolate frosting in separate small bowls. Melt frosting until creamy. Place doughnuts upside down into melted frosting.
    [/QUOTE]

    This is great thanks so much...will try it!

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