When working on something spectacular for later snacking, one needs a simple meal. This is the spectacular snackage mentioned in the Super Simple Salmon recipe. I have been itching to do homemade doughnuts for a while now. The recipe here is a little labour intensive, but entirely worth it. And having a bread machine will take some of the workload off you.
I will start by saying that we searched high and low for a recipe that would provide the perfect white doughnut. We combed through the reviews to see if there were pitfalls not mentioned in the recipe, and what the outcome would be. The recipe we found here on Dine & Dish met the criteria I had for the perfect doughnut.
SPRINKLES! I FORGOT SPRINKLES! Part of this whole thing was that I was craving a white glazed doughnut with rainbow sprinkles. Well that and … does anyone remember the little mini doughnut factory kiosks in the mall? YEAH, I wanted some of those too. Well. I totally forgot to put sprinkles on the doughnuts! Oh well. I am sure I can find another occasion to make these. What? Today is a day of the week ending in “Y” PERFECT! I’ll make doughnuts!
These were delicious. The dough wasn’t overly sweet, and not at all cakey, very light, scrumptious with the toppings. That was exactly what I was going for. The glaze was delicious, bringing to mind Krispy Kreme doughnuts. We made 28 whole doughnuts in total. You will have more if you make doughnut holes too. But there were only four of us for the little gathering on Sunday nights. There were three doughnuts left. It was because I was using them for photography. WE ATE 25 DOUGHNUTS!!! My husband pulled the puppy eyes and got the last three for breakfast.Happy Grilling!
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