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Old 02-21-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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donut recipes?

I would like a really good donut recipe that replicates Dunkin' Donuts cake donuts. Specifically I want cake donuts with raspberry filling or lemon, apple, blueberry, etc. filling. I don't have an issue with gluten, so bring it on!
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It has been so long since I've had a Dunkin donut, I didn't know they had filled cake donuts. How do you fill a donut with a hole in the middle?
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It has been so long since I've had a Dunkin donut, I didn't know they had filled cake donuts. How do you fill a donut with a hole in the middle?
The donuts I've had in the past that were filled, did not have a hole in the middle. I wasn't much of a fan of jelly donuts but I sure loved cream filled donuts. Krispy Kreme vanilla cream donuts were the best!
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It has been so long since I've had a Dunkin donut, I didn't know they had filled cake donuts. How do you fill a donut with a hole in the middle?
hahahaha, I may be just misremembering a thing or two, it's been so long. I think, though, that they had cake doughnuts that were filled with some kind of jam and dusted with powdered sugar on the outside. that was 40 years ago, though, so I could well be imagining something that I would love to have had!
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this is what I'm talkin about (click on the link above)

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hahahaha, I may be just misremembering a thing or two, it's been so long. I think, though, that they had cake doughnuts that were filled with some kind of jam and dusted with powdered sugar on the outside. that was 40 years ago, though, so I could well be imagining something that I would love to have had!
You didn't imagine them. I liked Krispy Kreme more than Dunkin Donuts but I loved Dunkin Donuts' bavarian cream donut.
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Donuts from LCF Don't know whose recipe this is?

These doughnuts came out perfectly. No disappointment
You need the vegetable glycerin. I made it as written. barbo

These are not mini donuts. This recipe requires a doughnut-baking pan.

Donuts (makes 10)

2 tablespoons pancake syrup
2 teaspoons vegetable glycerin
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 eggs
3/4 cup almond flour
1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons pork rind flour
8 pkts. Splenda (or sweetener of your choice)
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
4 tablespoons butter, melted

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Oil 10 wells of a donut pan.

In a small bowl, using a fork, beat together the syrup, glycerin, vanilla and eggs. In another small bowl stir together the dry ingredients, and then stir in the butter. Stir the flour into the egg mixture until smooth.

Spoon mixture into the wells. Bake 8 minutes. Remove from pan immediately. Let cool before frosting. Store in refrigerator.

Frosting:
4 oz. cream cheese, room temp.
4 tablespoons butter, room temp.
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
4 pkts. Sweetener (or to taste)
3 tablespoons heavy cream

With a mixer beat all but the cream. Add the cream and beat until well blended.
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Widget's Donuts

I just looked down some threads and this is Widget's post.

Good recipe Widget!
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http://rlv.zcache.com/jelly_filled_d...83tdcp_400.jpg


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I thought those were yeast donuts, not cake donuts.

Told you it's been a long time.
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LOL those are yeast donuts with filling. Not cake.
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I guess dianafoot hasn't had donuts in a long time either.

I am sure there are quite a few recipes for cream puffs and eclairs floating around this forum. Oopsies come to mind.

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oh, he he, it is true, it's been a looooooong time since doughnuts were on the menu. and you're right that picture is one of a yeast donut. I might try a recipe I found for baked sufganiyots (don't you love that name?) and decarb it. Wish me luck! here's where I found the recipe: My Kitchen Snippets: Baked Jam Filled Donuts
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Okay, I did not see that, please blot it from my memory (and put a bit of chocolate on top!)
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"Yeast Donuts" equal "German Krebbel" or "Berlin Pancakes"

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hahahaha, I may be just misremembering a thing or two, it's been so long. I think, though, that they had cake doughnuts that were filled with some kind of jam and dusted with powdered sugar on the outside. that was 40 years ago, though, so I could well be imagining something that I would love to have had!
Hello Dianafoot, The "Yeast Donuts" that you refer to are known in Germany as "Krebbel" or "Berlin Pancakes". Note: They have nothing to do at all with ordinary pancakes. It's just the German name for that bakery. I am a German myself and have wonderful memories of the days when my mother and grandmother made them for the whole family. They are a traditional treat on New Years Day and Carnival. This is a link to an authentic recipe in English language wth a nice picture: [url=http://www.donauschwaben-usa.org/2009_april_berlin_pancakes.htm] Hope you enjoy! Sibylle
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Hello Dianafoot, The "Yeast Donuts" that you refer to are known in Germany as "Krebbel" or "Berlin Pancakes". Note: They have nothing to do at all with ordinary pancakes. It's just the German name for that bakery. I am a German myself and have wonderful memories of the days when my mother and grandmother made them for the whole family. They are a traditional treat on New Years Day and Carnival. This is a link to an authentic recipe in English language wth a nice picture: [url=http://www.donauschwaben-usa.org/2009_april_berlin_pancakes.htm] Hope you enjoy! Sibylle
thanks for the info and the link!
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This thread is really torcher,lol
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