Doughnut Machine Minis

This is a batter recipe I found to use with an electric mini doughnut machine I have (a bit like a sandwich toaster but with seven rings to take a spoonful of batter each) - when I couldn't find the instruction leaflet with the recipe in it. After cooling slightly on a rack, I warm a spoonful of apricot jam with a splash of water and brush on lightly before dipping in hundreds and thousands or chocolate flakes. This quantity makes about 20, easiliy doubled if you are catering for a children's party or such.

Ready In:
17mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Sift dry ingredients together.
  • Separately whisk wet ingredients.
  • Combine and whisk.
  • Heat doughnut machine.
  • Brush each dip with hint of oil.
  • Put one dessertspoonful of batter into each dip.
  • close lid.
  • Cook for 3 minutes.
  • Remove to cool on a rack and repeat with remaining mixture.
  • Decorate doughnuts.
  • you could dip in melted chocolate.
  • but I brush with a little warmed apricot jam and dip in sugar strands or hundreds and thousands or chocolate flakes.
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"This is a batter recipe I found to use with an electric mini doughnut machine I have (a bit like a sandwich toaster but with seven rings to take a spoonful of batter each) - when I couldn't find the instruction leaflet with the recipe in it. After cooling slightly on a rack, I warm a spoonful of apricot jam with a splash of water and brush on lightly before dipping in hundreds and thousands or chocolate flakes. This quantity makes about 20, easiliy doubled if you are catering for a children's party or such."
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  1. Moyni
    This is a batter recipe I found to use with an electric mini doughnut machine I have (a bit like a sandwich toaster but with seven rings to take a spoonful of batter each) - when I couldn't find the instruction leaflet with the recipe in it. After cooling slightly on a rack, I warm a spoonful of apricot jam with a splash of water and brush on lightly before dipping in hundreds and thousands or chocolate flakes. This quantity makes about 20, easiliy doubled if you are catering for a children's party or such.
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