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May 10, 2020
by Mimi Holtz
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Banana Cinnamon Baked Donuts with Coconut Glaze

 

Banana Cinnamon Baked Donuts with Coconut Glaze

Homemade Baked Donuts

The local donut shops have been closed around here, and I’ve been craving a good old fashioned donut .  A few weeks ago I noticed a photo on Instagram that made my mouth water.  My friend  Dorothy of ShockinglyDelicious had posted a recipe on her blog for Easy Glazed Baked Donuts. 

Before I could make donuts I needed  to order some pans.  I ordered Wilton donut pans and as soon as they came I tried Dorothy’s recipe.  She was right:  those donuts are really easy and really tasty!  I tried out colored sugars and decorative non-pareils to decorate the donuts after they were glazed — so much fun!  And let me tell you, I was the woman of the hour when my family came into the kitchen and discovered those yummy donuts!

Easy Baked Donuts

Mother’s Day Donuts: Banana Cinnamon!

I decided to try a different flavor this morning for Mother’s Day.  I doubled Dorothy’s recipe, added mashed banana instead of half the sour cream, used some brown sugar along with the granulated sugar, and added cinnamon . For the glaze I used coconut extract instead of vanilla.  Easy!  (Scroll down the page if you are in a hurry to find the recipe.)

A Few Tips

The first time I made Dorothy’s donuts, I figured out that I had over-filled the donut pans because there wasn’t really a hole in each donut. Not that it mattered, those donuts were so delicious that  nobody missed the holes!  Today when I made a new batch, I was careful to fill the pans just 3/4 full, and the donuts came out just right.  I must admit that I was happy to see those donuts with proper holes in them.

The donut pans I ordered online are non-stick, so I didn’t need to spray or grease the pans. What could be easier?

donut pan
The glaze can be flavored with any kind of extract you wish.  The first time I used lemon extract.  Today I used coconut because I was making banana cinnamon donuts and coconut goes so well with banana.  I found some pretty sparkly colored sugars in my pantry.   So fun!

banana cinnamon baked donuts recipe

Cool the donuts in the pans for about 5 minutes, then let them finish cooling on the wire rack.  Make sure they’re completely cooled before you dip them into the glaze, and then into the decorations.

Banana Cinnamon Baked Donuts with Coconut Glaze

Easy old fashioned cake donuts you can bake at home in your oven. Dip them in flavored glaze and sparkly sugars or sprinkles!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time12 mins
Course: Quick Bread
Cuisine: American
Servings: 15 donuts

Equipment

  • donut baking pan
  • mixing bowl
  • small bowl for glaze
  • small bowl for decorations

Ingredients

  • 3 medium eggs
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1 ripe banana peeled and mashed
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3 Tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 4 Tablespoons melted butter
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • t teaspoon cinnamon

Coconut Glaze

  • 2 tablepoons melted butter
  • 2 teaspoons corn syrup
  • 2 teaspoons water
  • 1/2 teaspoon coconut extract
  • 3/4 cup powdered sugar
  • sparkling colored sugars for decoration or sprinkles or non-pareils

Instructions

Donuts:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. If not non-stick, spray donut pans with cooking spray.
  • In a medium mixing bowl, beat the eggs, and whisk in the sour cream, vanilla, oil, melted butter, sugars, and salt.
  • Stir in the flour, cinnamon, and baking soda until well combined.
  • With a soup spoon, carefully fill the nonstick donut pans with batter. This recipe filled two pans (total 12 donuts) and an additional 3 donuts. Bake for 12-14 minutes. The donuts will be golden brown and the top will be dry and springy.
  • Remove donuts from the oven and let cool in the pans for 5 minutes so that they will release from the pan without tearing. Cool completely on wire racks before glazing.

Glaze:

  • Melt the butter in the microwave oven. Add corn syrup, water, coconut extract, and powdered sugar to the butter and stir well until smooth.

Decorate:

  • When the donuts are cool, dip the tops of the donuts into the glaze and then dip into a bowl of colored sugar or sprinkles. Place on the wire rack until the glaze has set and is dry.

Notes

Recipe Source:  Adapted from Dorothy Reinhold at ShockinglyDelicious.com.  She adated hers from Dana Commandatore at Wakeandbakemama.com, and she adapted hers from a recipe from Thesemisweetsisters.com 

 Everything is Better with Bacon!

I cooked some bacon to go with those donuts.  I do mine in the oven on a cookie sheet – 15 minutes at 375 degrees F.  The Farmer made me a beautiful Latte and our daughter made scrambled eggs. Later our son stopped by with a friend so we shared “socially distanced” donuts and bacon out on the porch.  What fun!

Bacon in the oven

Mother’s Day Art

A special gift for Mother’s Day — a signed Rainbow Butterfly painting  from my two-year-old granddaughter!  Could Mother’s Day be any sweeter?

Mother's Day Art

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popovers hot from the oven

April 27, 2020
by Mimi Holtz
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Popovers!

popovers

On A Quest for Giant Popovers

Do you love popovers as much as I do?  Piping hot from the oven,  crispy on the outside and hollow on the inside…ready to melt the perfect pat of butter.  Large enough to stuff with yummy fillings. Popovers that create tasty memories.  I was craving popovers, so I started reading recipes, trying them out, and serving a new trial to my family every afternoon.  We all became obsessed with achieving the perfect popover.

Recipes and Tips

During the past week  I made popovers almost every day,  trying a  total of seven recipes before we all agreed that we were experiencing the perfect batch of popovers. Continue Reading →

April 19, 2020
by Mimi Holtz
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How to Peel Garlic Cloves Easily

 

Peeled garlic

The Easy Way to Peel Garlic

I used to try to peel garlic cloves with a paring knife.  It was frustrating and I’d lose much of the garlic.  Today for #NationalGarlic Day  I’m sharing the way to peel garlic cloves without touching them with a knife!  Easy and fun!

Mason Jar with Lid for peeling garlic

You Need a Mason Jar with a Lid

The jar that I use is a plastic one, but you can use a glass Mason jar or any clean empty jar with a lid.  Separate the garlic cloves and place them into the jar. Continue Reading →

Cabbage and Bacon

April 15, 2020
by Mimi Holtz
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Cabbage and Bacon: A Comfort Food

Cabbage and Bacon

Looking for a new comfort food that’s full of vegetables?  Cabbage and Bacon is here!  I must admit that we rarely eat cabbage, outside of cole slaw or the traditional corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day.  I know some folks use cabbage soup to lose weight, or put a little red cabbage into their salads.

fresh cabbage

Cabbage?

We’ve been sending out Variety Boxes of fruits and veggies to folks who are staying home during the corona virus quarantine, and some who can’t leave their homes to shop.  One of those folks asked if we could send some cabbage. Continue Reading →

Sparkly Sugar Cookies

April 14, 2020
by Mimi Holtz
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Sparkling Sugar Cookies

Easter sugar cookies

Sparkling Sugar Cookies For Easter

These sparkling  little sugar cookies are the perfect Easter snack with a cup of tea!  Nestle them into paper muffin cups for the Easter Bunny to deliver as a sweet gift!  (Scroll down for the recipe) Continue Reading →

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