Course Breakfast, Dessert, Side Dish, Snack, Treat
Cuisine American, French
Baking sheet lined with parchment paper or silicone cookie sheet
2 medium sized bowls
large spoon or spatula
A bowl or zip bag to shake your donuts in
½CupGrape Seed OilFor a lighter donut, add ½cup of applesauce
1tspVanilla Extract*Optional, but yummy!
1Cup Sugar*You can cut the sugar in half for a lighter donut, and use a sugar substitute
1tsp Baking powder
Cinnamon Sugar Topping
¼CupSugar*make more if you bake lots of donuts
Preheat the oven to 350°
Mix all of your wet ingredients together in one bowl. Mix Well
Mix all of your dry ingredients together in another bowl.
Combine your dry ingredients to your wet ingredients a little at a time, until everything is well combined.
Using a spoon, scoop about a tablespoon of batter of dough onto your lined cookie sheet. You can also roll balls of dough into a ball, using floured hands so they will not stick. line them on the pan.
Bake for 10 minutes until a fork or skewer comes out clean. They should be nice and golden.
While your donuts bake, prepare your cinnamon sugar mix
Roll in Cinnamon Sugar
Once the donut balls come out of the oven, transfer to the Cinnamon Sugar mix, roll, or shake in a bag. Lay them on a cooling rack
Calorie intake will depend on the ingredients you use. THese are based off the substitutions that I added. Baked regularly, the calories would range about 100 depending on the size of the ball.Everyone's donut sizes will vary.
Keyword baked donut, donut, donut ball
Baked donut balls https://randomnestfamily.org/2020/10/15/baked-donut-balls/ October 15, 2020