It’s time for another Friday Favorite, this one showcasing a fun little item Paul and I discovered on our trip to Vermont.
Our children like donuts. I do not. But I found a pan at King Arthur Flour that makes 6 donuts, baked in the oven, instead of bought at Dunkin Donuts (or fried at home, I guess?)You can even just use a muffin recipe, and your family is none the wiser. (Maybe I should make some bran muffins and pass them off as donuts?)
The pan came with a printed recipe, which was deemed a success. But last night, I made a batch with a box mix of pumpkin bread, and the kids and Paul and my adorable nephews inhaled them. I glazed the donuts with Paul’s homemade maple coffee frosting, and though I didn’t try one, they were said to be a hit. (Speaking of Paul’s frosting, that’s a post all on its own someday, when I can catch him in the kitchen and share his recipe for frosted cinnamon rolls. You will thank me. They are that good.)
Here’s an image of the pan, from the King Arthur website:
Here’s a link for you. (They have a mini donut pan, too, which I only found out about now… hmm.)