These are the real deal!
"When I was a kid, college students would come through the neighborhood selling Original Spud Nuts. If we could get Mom to buy some, we were in heaven. When we got a chance to carry this mix, we jumped all over it. We've now made hundreds of these donuts and we love them--just like when we were kids."
These are easy to make. Just add water to the mix and beat with the dough hook or knead with your hands. Let the dough rise. Cut out the shapes and let them rise again.Fry them for 25 seconds on each side.
Compare these with Krispy Kreme donuts. See if they're not better. And you get to make them yourself.
This two-pound mix includes SAF Gourmet Yeast packet. Makes 30 donuts. You may use half of the mix at one time by using one teaspoon of the yeast in each half mix.Or you can try our Daily Dozen Spudnut Pack that makes 12-13 donuts. Unused dough can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.
For Instructions: https://www.preparedpantry.com/blog/donut-instructions/
How to Make Chocolate Covered Donuts
Make them according to the instructions above.
Place a cooling rack on a large baking sheet. The baking sheet will catch the drips so that cleanup is easy.
Heat a bowl or a tub of chocolate fudge frosting in the microwave pourable but thick. Take a donut, hold it horizontally, and dip partway into the warm frosting. Turn it and twist it as you lift the donut as you lift it.Repeat with the rest of the donuts.
Raised glazed donuts are best fresh but can be eaten the next day.
Ingredients: Unbleached, Enriched Wheat flour (niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), hydrogenated soybean oil, granulated sugar,sweet dairy whey, salt, potato flour, wheat starch, lecithin, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, L-cysteine, sodium stearoyl lactylate, sodium bicarbonate, yeast, spices, artificial & natural flavorings, egg yolk solids, ascorbic acid, yellow #5. This product contains wheat, eggs, and dairy products and may contain traces of peanuts, soy, or tree nuts.