Old Fashioned Sour Cream Donuts. Old Fashioned Sour Cream Doughnuts : An Exercise in Experimentation - FMITK: From My Impossibly Tiny Kitchen. This post functions as both a recipe and a little behind-the-scenes look at how I experiment to create new versions of recipes.
It starts with a good base recipe. In this case, it was an adaptation of Hand-Forged Donuts’ recipe via Handle the Heat that I decided to use. I knew I wanted to try a few different things: a different shapea “filled” old fashioned (which I can’t find anywhere on the internets! Has this not been done? One major change between the original recipe and my version – I’m using all-purpose flour instead of cake flour. You’ll need baking powder, flour, sugar, sour cream, eggs, vanilla extract. Cream together the sugar and shortening. Roll the chilled dough out on a very well floured surface to about 1/2″ thick – about 8″ in diameter. Cut out as many rounds and holes as you can.
Tip – cut 3 little slits about 1/8″ deep on the tops of the donuts. Place the doughnuts in the 325F oil. Let the doughnuts cool slightly on a rack set over paper towels. Glaaaaaze. Total time. Old-Fashioned Sour Cream Doughnuts. Save So last week I was on one of my many trips to Super Target to pick up groceries when I saw all the aisles had posters for a scannable $10 off a grocery purchase of $50 coupons.
Of course when I get to the checkout lane my grand total was $45 and there were about 3 people in line behind me so I couldn’t go run and pick something else up. Plus, why spend $5 to save $10, right? Well two days later I was back at Super Target. Oh, the hazards of food blogging. Something I don’t suck at is having huge sweet tooth cravings on the regular. Save These doughnuts are just like the old-fashioned cake doughnuts from the bakery. If you make this recipe, be sure to take a picture and tag it #handletheheat on Instagram. Save My Favorite Doughnut Tools: –Cast Iron Dutch Oven –Deep Fry Thermometer –Doughnut Cutter –Digital Kitchen Scale (for weighing the ingredients – any issues I hear about the dough being too dry or sticky are likely due to inaccurate measuring!) Baked Lemon Poppy Seed Doughnuts. I posted a lemon poppy seed muffin a few week ago and at the time I couldn’t decide if I wanted to make lemon poppy seed muffins or lemon poppy seed doughnuts.
I decided to make the muffins and save the doughnuts for another day. Well, here’s another day. I’m so glad I didn’t forget about them because these doughnuts are incredible! They are loaded with a vibrant lemon flavor, their texture is perfectly soft and fluffy, and I love how moist they are. They are much like a muffin but probably better because you get more surface covered in glaze, so it’s kind of like eating muffin tops (you know, the best part of any muffin).
Lemon Poppy Seed Donuts. Wednesday, December 14, 2011 Lemon Poppy Seed Donuts* Growing up I had a serious obsession with sparkles, sequins, or polka dots…and any dress that had one of those items, and I had to have it.
It didn’t matter the color, or the style, I only had eyes for the shine. Apple Cider Donut Recipe. You are going to love me… Actually, you will love Donna, who is a fan-freaking-tastic cook and continues to blow me away with her talent.
Easy recipe and a crowd pleaser every time! – mrshoek
So you can love her, and thank me, perfect!
Check out how Donna makes Apple Cider Donuts, just like the ones she remembers from California ranch country. Thank you SO much for being here today Donna! And by the way, this girl can COOK, you will want to follow her on Pinterest, Google + (links below!) Xo Apple Cider Donuts and California Ranch Country Fall. My husband and I moved to the Pacific Northwest from Northern California 6 years ago. High Hill Ranch is our favorite stop. Back to the donuts. I found the recipe at Shugarysweets.com. Oreo donuts.
2 cups cake flour, sifted3/4 cup sugar2 tsp baking powder3/4 cup buttermilk2 eggs1 tsp vanilla2 tbsp melted butter8 oreos, semi crushed Glaze1/2 cup icing sugar1 tbsp cream or milk6 more oreos, finely crushed Preheat oven to 220 degrees.
Spray donut pan with non stick cooking spray. In a mixing bowl, stir together flour, sugar and baking powder. Add buttermilk, eggs, butter, vanilla and crushed oreos. Make glaze for donuts while they cool. See these chocolate ones there? Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts. Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Cake Donuts. Stop the presses.
Stop them please. I had something else set to run today, a yummy cheesy casserole, but that has got to be put on hold.