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    I must admit I forgot where I got this from... Just a recipe I'm posting for myself.

    Recipe #189453

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    Recipe #189464

    Not sure where I got this from... Sorry...

    Recipe #189454

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    Recipe #189459

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    Recipe #189461

    From Cooking for Engineers ( Tip: If you want to add fillings (e.g. berries) add them after you've poured the batter onto the griddle.

    Recipe #194722

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    Recipe #189475

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    Recipe #189456

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    Recipe #189455

    yummy goodness!

    Recipe #189523

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    Recipe #191178

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    Recipe #189472

    Great with strawberries and whipped cream! From

    Recipe #194980

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    Recipe #189465

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    Recipe #189467

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    Recipe #189470

    From Tips: If you dont have nutmeg, you can leave it out. You have to really flatten the dough and poke a big hole into the center, as the doughnut will puff up, and close the doughnut a little.

    Recipe #196133

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    Recipe #189457

    From The amount of tepid water varies - sometimes you need more water, sometimes not so much.

    Recipe #196370

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