Glazed Baked Donuts allow you to enjoy a sweet breakfast treat without the deep frying of a traditional donut. And who doesn’t like to start the day with sprinkles?
My family loves a sweet treat at breakfast, but I’m not much for frying, so I’ve never attempted traditional donuts at home. These Glazed Baked Donuts are a breakfast game-changer.
I recently got some wonderful nonstick donut pans, so I christened them with a very easy baked donut topped with a little lemon powdered sugar glaze and sprinkles. I had seen and was inspired by donuts with sprinkles on my new friend Dana Commandatore’s Instagram account, and soon I plunged down the Internet rabbit hole to find the recipe she used, as my starting point.
I made just a couple of small tweaks, and with this recipe, you can have donuts on the table in 35 or so minutes, including cooling time.
I know you’re staying home and wanting to bake. Let this be your next little oven project and put your own spin on them! And don’t hate me for enabling you.
Other flavoring ideas for Glazed Baked Donuts
1. Donuts flavored with eggnog extract, and icing flavored with freshly grated nutmeg.
2. Donuts flavored with Fiori di Sicilia, and icing flecked with fresh orange zest.
3. A vanilla flavored donut, with icing flavored with root beer extract.
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If you like to bake but don’t yet have donut pans, I highly recommend these pans by Zulay Kitchen . They come 2 to a pack, are super sturdy and won’t warp in the oven, have a slick nonstick coating and they go right in the dishwasher. The donuts were easy to remove without even greasing the pan, for me. I am thinking of trying a sort of bagel next in these pans. I’ll let you know how it goes! Thanks to Zulay Kitchens for sending these pans for me to test drive. I think they’ll also make wonderful gifts, so I plan to buy more and give them as birthday or graduation or wedding gifts to bakers I know.
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