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These easy baked doughnuts are great when you need a quick sweet treat or a breakfast for kids.

prep:
15 mins
cook:
10 mins
total:
25 mins
Servings:
16
Max Servings:
16
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).

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  • Mix baking mix, milk, egg, 2 tablespoons sugar, and cinnamon together in a bowl with a whisk, beating vigorously for 20 strokes. Transfer dough to a floured work surface and knead 5 times. Roll dough into 1/2-inch thickness and cut with a floured doughnut cutter. Place doughnuts onto a baking sheet.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until cooked through and lightly browned, 7 to 9 minutes.

  • Pour melted butter into a bowl. Place 1/2 cup sugar in a separate bowl. Dip doughnuts into butter; transfer to sugar and lightly press until doughnuts are coated.

Cook's Note:

Number of servings will depend on the size of the cutter you use.

Nutrition Facts

123.93 calories; 1.65 g protein; 17.33 g carbohydrates; 5.56 g fat; 19.66 mg cholesterol; 215.83 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Vito Fazzolara
02/12/2016
i made these for my mother's friends in the U.P. they all said they are amazing. i had to agree. what i would do is double glaze the doughnuts by mixing confectioners sugar with water and add some orange lemon apple or lime juice to the glaze which will bring out the great taste of a apple fritter lime fritter orange fritter or lemon fritter.:);)
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Andreelyse Tait
10/29/2017
What a waste
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Happyschmoopies
05/13/2015
I think this recipe had several flaws in the directions. You would be better stirring with a wooden spoon. The recipe does not state what size cutter you should use. I used a 2-1/2" cookie cutter and a large frosting tip to cut the whole out of the center. My yield was nine doughnuts. The recipe also did not state if the baking sheet should be greased or ungreased. Definitely grease your baking pan. The texture and taste is more like a sweetened biscuit instead of a doughnut. The doughnut was very moist. I made some rolled in sugar as the recipe stated and some in cinnamon sugar. We thought the doughnuts were too sugary.
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Vito Fazzolara
02/12/2016
i made these for my mother's friends in the U.P. they all said they are amazing. i had to agree. what i would do is double glaze the doughnuts by mixing confectioners sugar with water and add some orange lemon apple or lime juice to the glaze which will bring out the great taste of a apple fritter lime fritter orange fritter or lemon fritter.:);)
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sopher's mom
12/11/2017
These are not a fried cake donut so they re not going to taste like that. More like a sweet biscuit as another reviewer pointed out. I liked them quite a bit. Used my own homemade baking mix so I needed to add a bit more to get the dough to the right consistency. I used nutmeg instead of cinnamon in the dough and added a tsp of vanilla. I baked these on parchment. I used the butter-cinnamon sugar topping as written. These would be awesome with a glaze I m going to try an eggnog and powdered sugar glaze next time. Good recipe to make as is but tweaking it will be fun too.
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Andreelyse Tait
10/29/2017
What a waste
Melinda Garcia
11/11/2018
I made these but increased the milk because I made them in a donut pan. Very yummy!
Hannah
03/05/2017
This recipe is so perfect for party's or watching a movie so delicious you should make this recipe it is my favorite made it 10 times love this recipe go and try it then leave a review
Cookingking
09/23/2016
I think you should rename this recipe to "Pancake Bites" as the taste and texture of this recipe remind me nothing of donuts and entirely of pancakes. Serve with maple syrup to get the full effect.