How to Make Filled Donuts (Bismarcks)

Bismarck donuts are filled with pastry cream or fruit-based pastry fillings. You make them the same way as regular donuts except that you don’t cut the centers out and you fill them after they cool. How to Make Bismark Donuts If you can make donuts, you can make filled or bismark donuts. You make them the same as normal donuts, but you don’t cut the holes out. Instead, you take a long thin tip from a decorator set, stick it into the center of the donut, and press until you feel the donut start to bulge. That’s all there is …

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Upside Down Donut Cake

It’s a Donut! It’s a Cake! It’s an Upside Down Donut Cake! Get Your $1 Donut Mix Now! Add it to cart and use code “ZDON” at checkout. Donuts surely can’t get any better than this, an upside down donut cake. Everyone loves donuts, and I know that upside down cake has always been a family favorite, so when we mixed the two together, using raised donut dough instead of cake batter, the result was an absolute masterpiece. Here’s how to do it. Step 1: Mix the Donut Dough Use a Daily Dozen Raised Donut Mix for this donut cake, or …

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Comparative Fat Content in Donuts and Cookies (Including Baked Donuts)

Donuts have always been a guilty pleasure–the crisp outer layer from deep-frying with the fluffy inside all topped with a sweet glaze or icing. It’s hard to say no, but sometimes we worry about the donut calories, especially the calories from fat in a donut. Are all donuts really that unhealthy, and how do they compare to cookies with fat content? Here’s our discoveries. Donut Calories from Fat For our research, we analyzed our donut mix recipes for the fat content, or calories from fat, compared to the total ingredients and calories. We did the same with a few cookie …

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If you can make dinner rolls, you can make baked donuts

Baked donuts have been a great discovery.  They’re as good as those raised, glazed deep fried donuts with a whole lot less trouble and every bit as good. We’ve served them in the store, occasionally, for several weeks and folks love them. They’re filled donuts. I haven’t made them without filling but I suppose they are just as good. And I can’t take credit for the idea.  I found the idea in an ethnic cookbook.  I think they had a Middle-Eastern origin.  The author didn’t call them donuts but they pass for what we call donuts. The Concept The concept …

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