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Old 07-28-2013, 06:41 PM   #1
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PEGGY BUITONI

In your doughnut recipe, you show baking powder twice?
Did you mean to do that?

Cannot wait to make them tomorrow.
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BTW, I often wonder if the Buitoni noodle people get upset the on-line name of a low-carber than never eats noodles, is close to their product name. But my user name is actually spelled Buttoni. My real name is Hardaway BTW, so nowhere near either one. .

Well on the BP, the total in the donut recipe is 1T + 2 tsp. That is correct. I don't know how I managed to put it on two different lines, and have since corrected that as another reader noted that to me. The base BTF for these donuts is 6x Quiz's recipe (1T.) and I added 2 tsp. more. Sorry if I confused. They don't taste excessively of BP, and they didn't rise much at all, so I don't think it was too much.
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Old 07-28-2013, 07:39 PM   #3
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The recipe looked really great! What kinds of donut hole pan do you use, silicone or metal? I need to get one.
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Old 07-28-2013, 07:47 PM   #4
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Metal Wilton non-stick donut pans (6 large slots per pan). The mini-donut pans don't appeal to me. Too hard to fill I would think. I think I bought my two at Hobby Lobby, if I recall correctly, Misti.
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Old 07-28-2013, 08:24 PM   #5
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Where is this donut recipe please? I love your recipes and donuts sound yummy.

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Page 4 this thread, post #116: http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...recipes-4.html
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The mini donut pans/mini donut maker wells are ridiculous to fill. . . or were. . . until I bought one of those condiment squeeze bottles (the kind you see at hotdog stands) and snipped down the spout a bit. Now I pour the batter into the bottle, screw on the top, and voila -- easy fill. Still don't like to clean _that_ bottle as it takes a bottle brush, but I love mini anything. LOL. Totally off topic, but in case you should find yourself tempted by the mini pan, it's do-able.
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The mini donut pans/mini donut maker wells are ridiculous to fill. . . or were. . . until I bought one of those condiment squeeze bottles (the kind you see at hotdog stands) and snipped down the spout a bit. Now I pour the batter into the bottle, screw on the top, and voila -- easy fill. Still don't like to clean _that_ bottle as it takes a bottle brush, but I love mini anything. LOL. Totally off topic, but in case you should find yourself tempted by the mini pan, it's do-able.
Kalatraza,

If you ever find the need, you could use a pancake pen to fill the wells. It is similar in principle to what you're doing, but the spout is wider. It might also be easier to clean.

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What about a pastry bag? Much easier to clean.
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Old 07-29-2013, 11:13 AM   #11
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I apologize for spelling your name incorrectly.
Too many years eating the product that you mentioned.
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You're forgiven, my dear. Dare I say what I did as a kid?....."100 lashes with a wet noodle." Sorry, that just seemed fitting here. LOLOLOL
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Kalatraza,

If you ever find the need, you could use a pancake pen to fill the wells. It is similar in principle to what you're doing, but the spout is wider. It might also be easier to clean.

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I did not know such a thing existed. And now it must be mine. Thank you!
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I did not know such a thing existed. And now it must be mine. Thank you!
You're most welcome

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What about a pastry bag? Much easier to clean.
I am just such a klutz with pastry bags! Seems like I always end up with more batter/frosting/dough on the counter than on/in where it was supposed to go.
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I use a glad bag type. Fill it up and snip a corner off. No need to clean at all, just toss it.
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