Save $12.00! Nonstick Deluxe Donut Pan--with a free Donut Mix!
Go crazy! Make donuts any day!
Donuts that are just as good, half the trouble, and a whole bunch better for you!
If you can make muffins, you can make donuts--in the oven!
And look at what you can make from double chocolate to maple nut.
Make healthy donuts the easy way and avoid the grease of frying. It's fun to make donuts without deep frying. Just fill the pan and bake. If you can make muffins, you can make donuts. And these are almost fat free.
Use either our mixes or the included recipes. You'll have great looking donuts the easy way and without the expense, mess, and fat from frying. They'll look like they came from the store and taste better. Impress your family and friends.
- 6 mold donut pan.
- Nonstick finish--easy to clean.
- Heavy duty professional construction.
- Recipes are included.
You can make donuts that are nearly fat free. Both the recipes and our mixes are low fat.
Try our donut mixes to make great donuts at a great price. Each mix makes 12 donuts.
Choose from the following donut mixes:
- Coconut Crunch
- Maple Nut
- Double Chocolate Chocolate Glazed
- Frosted Orange Cream
- Sweet Cherry Almond
Its nice to know how baked donuts work. Nearly all donuts are fried. Deep fat frying makes the outer layer crispy and gives us the texture that we love in donuts. It also adds fat.
Baked donuts rely on low fat batter to create crispy donuts--fat rich batters will not create crispy donuts. The heat of the oven and a dark pan that absorbs heat tend to make the outer layer of the donuts crispy. While baked donuts will never be as crispy as deep fried, they are still delightful with much less fat. And you don't have to break out the deep fryer and buy a gallon of oil.
Notes from the kitchen
We tested this pan extensively in our test kitchen and were very pleased with it. It baked evenly and made great donuts. We made donuts using all of the mixes we sell. We served them to people in our store and they loved them.
The favorites were the maple nut and the coconut crunch. Both the mixes and the recipes make twelve donuts. If you are going to make donuts often, we recommend two pans. Its easier to divide the batter evenly between twelve donuts when you are using two pans.
Occasionally, you will have donuts stick in the pan especially if you let them cool completely. We recommend a soft, thin-bladed silicone spatula. It will ease around the curves of the pan without scratching and pop your donuts out.
This is one of our most popular products. We think you will enjoy making donuts. It's fun to make donuts in this quality baking pan. You'll have great donuts the easy way and without the expense, mess, and fat of frying.