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Ten stars - these were incredibly good, and they definitely tasted like the real thing. They even were better - I never liked any donut so much! The recipe description is excellent, I followed it to the letter and was rewarded with six beautiful, tasty donuts. Thanks so much for sharing, I will make these again often.
Made for Second Annual Tailgate Party of the Diabetes Forum.
This is a fantastic recipe. The donuts were moist and delicious. The only tough part of making these was putting the batter into the donut pan. I think I needed to add more than 4tbs. of water because it was just so thick. Other than that, the donuts were OUTSTANDING!
I was not impressed. There are a lot of different kinds of gluten free flours out there. I thought they should make a sujestion on what one to use. These doughnuts have a gummy texture to them. I am not sure if it is the baking or the flour I picked. I tried this recipe twice with a gluten free flour I got from Costco and the gluten free flour mix out of the American test kitchen gluten free cookbook. Both equally gummy. I tried a recipe out of against the grain a pumpkin doughnut and it was gummy too. This recipe called for coconut flour and almond flour. So in the end still looking for a good gluten free doughnut recipe. I'm thinking it needs to be fried. I wish the American test kitchen had a doughnut recipe in their book because everything I've tried so far I have liked.