Cook2 hrs 15 mins
These are the real deal, not muffins. Adapted from the Scribbit website. Posted by request.
Make and share this Baked Apple Doughnuts for Abm recipe from Food.com.
- Combine all ingredients except cinnamon sugar and melted butter in the order recommended by your bread machine manufacturer.
- Start dough cycle.
- When dough cycle is finished, remove dough from machine.
- Divide into 14 pieces and shape into donuts (or pat out and use cutters).
- Place on a baking sheet and let rise 30 minutes.
- Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350°F.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or until browned. and done.
- Immediately brush each doughnut with butter and dip in cinnamon sugar.
- To make without a bread machine:.
- Heat the milk to 110-115 degrees.
- Pour on top of the brown sugar and yeast, and let it sit for 5-10min.
- Add oil, egg and apple.
- Stir flour, salt and spices together and stir into yeast mixture.
- Turn out onto a floured surface and knead until smooth and elastic, about 10 minutes.
- Cover the dough and let it rise in a warm place until doubled.
- Punch down the dough, and roll it out 1/2 inch thick.
- Cut into doughnut shapes.
- Transfer doughnuts to a baking sheet.
- Wait to cut out the "hole" until you have transferred the doughnut to the baking sheet.
- Bake as above.
So delicious! I took the preview reviewer's comments, and used 2 apples, chopped into chunks, which I added to the dough after the dough cycle. They're hard to keep in the dough, so I ended up poking them in, which worked quite well. Done this way, these little gems yielded chunks of warm, soft apples, surrounded by a slightly dense dough, swaddled in melted butter and cinnamon-sugar. Great way to get my apple doughnut fix without being deep fried! Thanks for posting, Chocolatl - I've had my eye on this recipe for a while! Recipenapped for Veggie Swap 22.
I don't have a bread machine. Can I use the dough hook on my mixer?<br/>Thanks;
Yummy! We really enjoyed these doughnuts warm, right out of the oven. We didn't really think that the texture was doughnut-like, but more between a bagel and a doughnut. It didn't matter though, we loved them anyway. I went on the suggestion of the previous reviewers and added some additional apple. I used the large grated apple in the dough as written, but after the dough cycle was complete, I kneaded in one apple cut into chucks. Because the extra apple added more moisture to the dough, I also had to knead in some additional flour. We wanted warm doughnuts for breakfast, so I put the dough in a greased gallon Ziploc bag and put it in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, I set the bag on the counter for several hours to let it warm up and rise. I rolled out the dough and cut with a doughnut cutter. I got 16 large doughnuts and some doughnut holes, too. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.
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