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      Baked Donuts

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      Time30 Min
      DifficultyIntermediate
      Serves6

      When planning to whip up some gorgeous treats for friends, Baked Donuts proves to be an excellent choice. Very easy and quick to make, it is also a healthier version of donuts as these are baked instead of fried. Most of the ingredients like all-purpose flour, granulated sugar, milk, etc., required to make these donuts are found in most households. Baking it instead of frying them makes it calori ... e controlled. Baked Donuts calories per serving are just 184 calories. Moreover, it hardly takes half an hour to get one batch of baked donuts ready. Kids would love the amazing sweet flavour of donuts melting in their mouths. It can also be served to friends and family as an after-dinner dessert. To make it a healthier option, you can replace granulated sugar with jaggery. Amazing in taste and flavour, it is a much-desired treat that can be enjoyed at any time. There is no need to wait for a special occasion to enjoy them. If you wish to make them at home, follow the Baked Donuts video where step-by-step instructions are given. This way, even those who are baking for the first time can get awesome donuts ready in no time. When we look for something sweet after a hearty meal, Baked Donuts prove to be an excellent choice as it is healthy and is delectable in taste.

      Nutrition Info. (per serving)

      ProteinFatCarbsFibre184 Cal184 Cal184 Cal184 Cal
      • 5gProtein
      • 5gFat
      • 29gCarbs
      • 4gFibre

      Ingredients

      Dry Grocery

      Atta

      Atta

      230 g

      Salt

      Salt

      1 teaspoon

      Jaggery Powder

      Jaggery Powder

      3 tablespoons

      Yeast

      Yeast

      2 teaspoons

      Refined Oil

      Refined Oil

      2 tablespoons

      Slim Milk

      Slim Milk

      0.5 cups

      Other

      Water

      Water

      0.33 cups

      Directions
      1
      In a bowl, take Slim Milk, water, jaggery powder, and yeast. Stir and let it rest for 5 -10 min. Meanwhile, in a separate bowl take Atta and salt, mix well. As the yeast mixture is bloomed pour it in the Atta along with oil.
      2
      Run a spatula under the dough to make sure everything is well mixed. The dough is supposed to be saggy and on the wet side.
      3
      As everything is well combined, cover it with a wet cloth and let it rise until doubled in size.
      4
      Once it has risen, turn out the fluffy dough onto a floured surface.
      5
      Roll the dough to 1/2 inch thickness.
      6
      Using a round cutter cut the doughnut circle. Then cut out the doughnut hole with a much smaller cutter.
      7
      Place the donuts on a baking tray dusted with little flour, and cover it with a kitchen towel. Let it rise a bit. Meanwhile preheat the oven at 180 degree c.
      8
      As the donuts rise, bake it at 180 degrees c for 15-16 min. Rotate tray during baking to get an even color all over. Transfer the baked donuts on a cooling rack and let it cool down completely.

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      We hope you had fun making it! Enjoy the meal.

      Baked Donuts

      Whether it is a breakfast option that you are looking for or it is a tea time snack with friends that is on your mind, the doughnut is one of the most preferred options and an absolute favourite not only amongst kids and teens but also with adults. The sugary crust on the outside and pillowy fluffiness on the inside is something that is hard to resist, but most of the times, we may not indulge in this sugary delight because it is deep-fried, and let’s face it, one cannot eat fried food on a regular basis as health is paramount! But that may not be the case with a baked donut as it is a way healthier option than its fried counterpart. When one is on a health spree, it is normal that people avoid desserts and sweets like chocolate mousse, chocolate brownie, chocolate mug cake or even Choco chip cookies. But there are options such as chocolate mousse baked doughnut that you can relish without any guilt, and we will be sharing an easy recipe with you that you can make any time! This yummy donut recipe is ideal for weight-watchers and makes for a healthy snacking option for kids. This doughnut recipe is not only easy to make but can also be whipped in a jiffy. So, next time you and your family are in the mood for a sweet delicacy, you do not even have to think twice and as you can try this easy donut recipe that does not require any frying but is baked instead! No matter whether you are a pro or a novice at baking, just follow the step-by-step instructions to make this baked donut recipe, and you are good to go!

      Nutritional Content

      Here’s the nutritional content present in one serving of baked doughnut: Energy – 248 calories Carbohydrates- 40 grams Protein- 5 grams Fibre- 1 gram Saturated fat- 9 grams *The above values are for reference only. Actual values can vary according to the ingredients used.

      Ingredients

      Dry Ingredients 3 ¼ cup of all-purpose flour 2 ¼ cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoon salt 2 ¼ teaspoon active dry yeast Others Ingredients 4 tablespoons butter 1 ½ tablespoon vanilla extract ¼ cups water 1 cup milk Directions Take ¼ cup sugar, flour, yeast, and salt and put all the ingredients in a standing mixture, and mix well using the dough hook. Take 1/3 cup water, milk, and butter in a pan, and heat until it is lukewarm and the butter mixes with water and milk. Keep stirring for a thorough mix. Add 1 tablespoon vanilla extract and mix well. Now keeping the mixture setting on low, add the milk mix to the dry ingredients and churn for a minute or two to activate the yeast. Use a spatula to mix all the ingredients well. Keep the mixture setting to medium and keep churning the dough for 7 to 8 minutes or until it is thoroughly mixed and has a shiny consistency. The dough should be gooey and wet. Grease a deep mixing bowl with some oil and place the doughnut dough in it. Cover the dough with a cling wrap and let it sit for 1 to 2 hours. Roll up the fluffed-up and risen dough in ½ inch thickness using some dry flour. Take a doughnut cutter and press on the rolled-up dough to cut donut shapes. Cover the cut donut shapes with a cling wrap and let them rest for 25 to 30 minutes at room temperature. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Remove the cling wrap and brush the doughnuts with some melted butter. Just graze the doughnut tops and leave the sides. Sprinkle the baking dish with two to three tablespoons of water. Bake the doughnuts for 12 to 13 minutes or until done. Let the doughnuts cool as you prepare the glaze. Add 2 cups water, 3 to 4 tablespoons water and 1 ½ teaspoon vanilla extract in a bowl and mix well to make a smooth glaze. You can add more water to adjust the consistency. Take one doughnut at a time and dip its top in the glaze and place it on the wire rack to set. Do the same procedure of dipping with all the doughnuts. Enjoy warm and freshly made homemade donuts!

      Additional Tips

      Here are some more tips to whip up a perfect donut recipe: If you are wondering how to make doughnut glaze runnier, well, it is very simple as you just have to add more water to adjust the consistency in this donut recipe. Also, you can coat the doughnuts two to three times in the glaze for the added sweetness and crunchiness. If you wish to store the doughnuts for later use, you can do so. However, store the doughnuts in the freezer before baking them. And whenever you want to relish them, take them out of the freezer and keep them at room temperature for some time as it will activate the donut ingredients and then bake them as usual. Now that you know how to make donuts at home, you can make additions or changes to the recipe as per your choice. For example, this baked donut recipe can also be made with whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour for more nutritional content and health benefits. If you want to know how to make donuts at home with more options in glazes or toppings, well, you can choose from honey-glazed to dark chocolate or even use fresh whipped cream. There are umpteen ways of glazing these sweet delights. If you want to use healthier options in place of sugar, you can replace sugar with brown sugar, or even jaggery can be used as an alternative. Baked and glazed doughnuts can be saved for up to two to three days in the refrigerator. Whenever planning on enjoying this sweet delicacy, take it out of the fridge and microwave for a few seconds to restore the fluffiness. Next time you are in a mood for your favourite doughnut, you do not have to think twice as you can whip up this easy-to-make recipe in no time. Enjoy this yummy delight at any time without feeling the guilt of hoarding on calories as it is baked and not fried!

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