Oh and don't forget to eat it too. Melt the butter in the microwave or on the stovetop. Work lightly and gently with the dough. Hi, your recipe looks great & I really want to try it! Ensure that you sift the cocoa powder with the flour to avoid any lumps in the mixture. To know when it's hot enough, fry a little bit of dough in the oil. We made donuts yesterday and they came out very tasty. If it's hot enough this should puff up and be golden brown after cooking for roughly 2 minutes per side. Skip. Allow the donuts to fry for about 3 minutes per side (donut holes for 2), or until golden brown. To make sure your oil is the right temperature test it with a donut hole. Drizzle glaze over the donuts as I have done with this recipe. You can simply make your own buttermilk substitute at home. I hope that this helps answer your question and please let me know how it turns out . I have always fried these donuts and never baked them, so I am not sure of how they will turn out when baked. The dough itself is made by combining the wet ingredients into the dry in one bowl. If you like this recipe how about trying out my other donut and dessert recipes. By clicking sign up, you agree to our terms of service and privacy policy. If you don’t have buttermilk, don’t worry. These tiny pieces might burn in the oil. And how did you come up with the idea to add the nutmeg in the batter? Is it necessAry that the butter should be heated?i want to try this recipe.thanks, Hi Reina, yes you can melt the butter in the microwave. As it soaks in it will create a softer crust. From there I flatten the dough with my hands and cut my donuts out using both a large and small cookie cutter. Try adding more flour, depending on how weak your dough is. Mix powdered / icing sugar with 2-3 tablespoons of hot water. In a deep-frying pan or pot, heat up oil to deep fry the donuts. When ready to fry carefully drop the donuts into the oil. You should be able to cut out about 12 donuts. My donut recipe is super simplified as it requires no yeast, is made entirely by hand, and shallow fried as opposed to deep fried. Allow it to fry on one side before turning it very gently as well. I made lots of yeasted donuts many times before, but never a no-yeast one. Making the No yeast soft donuts. My delicious homemade No Yeast Soft Donut Recipe is so quick and easy to make. Definitely saved this in my favorites. These donuts are quintessentially old-fashioned. I made them today. Enjoy immediately. Fill a pan with about 1 inch of vegetable oil then line a baking tray with a wire rack and paper towel for the donuts to cool and drain, set aside while making the dough. My classic donut glaze recipe is made of just three things: powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla. But french fries and doughnuts don’t seem to affect it too much. So 2 cups will weigh between 240-250g. Join millions of other Bold Bakers. Then use your palms to press the dough into roughly a 12-inch rectangle about 1/2 inch thick. If the oil is too hot, they do tend to brown or burn on the outside before it has been cooked on the inside. They came out perfect! Gemma… this recipe is AMAZING!!! Not to mention totally delicious looking! Welcome to my blog on simple gardening ideas and easy to follow recipes. That was so awesome. I am glad that you enjoyed the recipe. Hi! Place the glazed donuts onto a wire rack .Allow excess glaze to drip off the donuts. I do have a really great yeast donut recipe as well if you would like to try that out. Learn how to make chocolate-glazed donuts, maple-glazed donuts, Funfetti-glazed donuts and other donut glazes. Added a tablespoon of sour cream into the milk mix…my hubby enjoyed the crunchiness on the outside and soft as cake on the inside…first time i made doughnuts without eggs…quickie recipe that might just satisfy your craving! In another bowl, sift the flour and baking powder and Stir in the sugar and salt. Thanks’, Hi Uthra, I get about 15 donuts with this recipe using 2 cups of flour. Next time I will do the glaze and do half the batch as chocolate. Idk why, the flavor just wasn’t right. No yeast, no eggs and no deep-frying: Marcus Bean's doughnuts are taking the sinful out of sweets. Registration confirmation will be e-mailed to you. Hi Beth Thank you and you are welcome . 5 or Fewer Ingredients 8 or Fewer Ingredients No Restrictions. Be careful as the oil will be very hot. Trying it out this week for my son’s birthday and will post back! These donuts are best eaten immediately or preferably on the same day that it has been prepared. Hi Keira ☺️ Thank you. Did you use all purpose flour or cake flour? All you do is fry your lovely little donuts and donut holes for about 3 minutes per side, just until golden brown and puffed up. One question though: can I bake the donuts instead of frying them? Work it in so that it forms a soft dough which you are able to cut into. To check whether the oil is hot enough, fry a little bit of dough in the oil. Just click, Roll the warm donuts in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar, Dip in warm melted white, dark or milk chocolate, Add a bit of fun with colour sprinkles over the chocolate. Just mix, shape, fry and glaze. Hi, CheshireCat, thank you. Press out the dough to about ½ inch / 12mm thickness and cut out using a donut or cookie cutter. Using a whisk, gradually whisk the dry ingredients into the wet until a sticky dough is formed. Press out the dough to about ½ inch / 12mm thickness and cut out using a donut or cookie cutter. You don’t need to wait for your dough to proof or worry about if your yeast activates since this recipe is yeast-free.