Time to Make the Doughnuts (Twice)

Lonely Doughnut prop styling by Joe

Lonely Doughnut prop styling by Joe

Thank Mary. Mary correct. Doughnuts. Must make doughnuts. Link here, (also here, here.)

Made. Frosted. Left to cool while help child w. shower. Return. Bigfoot spouse consume 7/9ths available doughnuts! You ate seven doughnuts?

JOE: Is that wrong?

BFOOT: Now I have to make more for the morning!

JOE: Oh

Not even angry, because so, so easy and happy excuse hang out new BFF micro-Bundt pan.

Mary’s Doughnuts

ALMOND FLOUR DOUGHNUTS IN THE STYLE OF A PLAIN DUNKIN’ DONUTS CAKE DOUGHNUT, BUT LESS SWEET AND WITH A HAZELNUT-CHOCOLATE GLAZE. READ AND USE THE REAL RECIPE HERE

Baker’s Joy one off-brand micro-Bundt. Heat oven to 350.

Blitz together in Vitamix: 140g almond flour (15g CHO); 1/4 t each salt, baking soda, nutmeg (0g CHO); 3 eggs to = 6 fluid ounces (I had to use 5 of the weird, small blue eggs from the hipster urban farmer to = 3 normal eggs) (0g CHO); 40g maple syrup (28g CHO); 1/4 c melted butter; 1 t vanilla

Spoon the resulting batter into 9 micro-Bundt spaces—that’s about 1/2 to 2/3rds full per space, and bake for 10-12 minutes. They will be puffed up and firm. Flip the pan over on to a cooling rack; the doughnuts fall out neatly.

Meanwhile, while the baking happened, you ought to have been melting together 3T of Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut butter (15g CHO) with 1T butter. Dribble/spread this on the top of each adorable doughnut.

Total w. glaze = 58g. Divided by 9 doughnuts =  6.444… call it 7g CHO each.

Mary’s Doughnuts II

APPLE CINNAMON DOUGHNUTS WITH MAPLE SYRUP GLAZE

HERE WE GO AGAIN

Baker’s Joy the micro-Bundt. Heat oven to 350.

It's fun when hypoglycemia treatment foods try to go all legit. Like the chicken wings or salmon marinated in the contents of one juice box, or the Glucolift pasties on a topless lady cake

It’s fun when hypoglycemia treatment foods go legit. Like the chicken wings marinated in the contents of one juice box, or Glucolift pasties on a topless lady cake

Blitz together in Vitamix: 140g almond flour (15g CHO); 1/4 t each salt and baking soda; 1 t each vanilla extract and ground cinnamon; 2 eggs to = 3 fluid ounces; contents of 1 Go-go Squeeze Apple Cinnamon apple sauce delivery system or 1/3rd cup apple sauce (12g CHO); 25 gtt liquid stevia extract; and 1/4 c melted butter

Spoon the batter into 9 micro-Bundt spaces—that’s about 1/2 to 2/3rds full per space, and bake for 10-12 minutes. They will be puffed up and firm. Flip the pan over on to a cooling rack, and adjust the darlings so they are right-side up.

Place a sheet of waxed paper or parchment under the cooling rack and drizzle 1T maple syrup (14g CHO) over the doughnuts. A lot of the syrup will fall on to the paper. Place the doughnuts on the paper and skate them around in the syrup until it is mostly absorbed.

Total w. glaze = 41 . Divided by 9 doughnuts =  approximately 5g CHO each.

The dog pillow came into my life at the same time as the micro Bundt. Happy fall!

Happy fall.

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16 responses to “Time to Make the Doughnuts (Twice)

  1. 9 carb donuts?! Sweet! I may have to get a micro-bundt pan…

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    • Katy

      I hope you will make them and post your version(s). I’m getting a little bit woozy with possibilities. I want to figure out pumpkin and gingerbread doughnuts.

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      • Mary M

        Low carb, gluten free, and GOOD, who can complain?
        I’m glad you made them and liked them so much.

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      • Katy

        also high-protein maybe? B. had two for breakfast today, and packed 2 in his lunch. do you ever double the recipe? i saw on one of the links it said they’re best eaten warm, but we liked them just as much the next day.

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      • Mary M

        I never double the recipe, only because I never thought about it. Now I will, I’m sure!
        I grew up frying doughnuts at least once a year. Old style like Laura Ingalls Wilder books. I miss that frying party, but these are sure easier.
        Did you see my Vitamix question on your FB page? Curious about them…

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  2. If you figure out pumpkin donuts, SEND ME THE RECIPE STAT. I do not cook or bake that often, but for low-carb-pumpkin-yumminess-in-a-donut? I will make friends with my oven again.

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  3. Recipes are pretty much useless to me, but I’d like to place an order if I may. Do you deliver?

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  4. My toddler loves GoGo squeeze applesauce packs. Double duty! (Beyond treating my hypos) Mmm, I’ll have to make those doughnuts!

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  5. Jess

    This sounds amazing. And mini bundt pans. Must have!

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  6. Diaun

    I just made these for breakfast. My kids think I’m a rock star. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. g

    LOVE your weights! I tared the vitamix container and added everything! So EASY! We will definitely make again!

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