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Baked Doughnuts...Baked Goodness

Baked Doughnuts...Baked Goodness
I know, it seems very strange to put "baked" and "doughnuts" in the same sentence and then expect you to believe me when I say they were good...but they were! But why would I turn a completely good fried piece of Americana into a baked good? Well, for once I was curious to try another recipe after my first success last year. I also have the same reason as last year for trying baked doughnuts yet again. My parents are coming to visit for a while and they love waking up to the scent of nutmeg, cardamom, and cinnamon....and my dad can't resist the attraction of a good doughnut. However, they both have health issues that I have to take ito consideration when baking and cooking (heart and diabetes). Looking online you will find dozens of recipes for baked doughnuts but how would you know if they are any good? Baked Doughnuts, adapted from this recipe: Place 1/3 cup of the warm milk in the bowl of an electric mixer.

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