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Smart Planet MDM-1 Mini Donut Maker


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  • Bake delicious fresh donuts in less than 4 minutes
  • Easy to use and safe for even the youngest baker
  • Recipe book included
  • Compatible with any store bought donut mix
  • Non-stick surface
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 10.2 x 10.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002Y0483O
  • Item model number: MDM-1W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Make delicious mini-donuts in minutes without deep frying. Easy to use with boxed mixes or your own favorite recipes. Mon-stick surface releases donutsinstantly and makes clean up a breeze. Enjoy this healthier breakfast option.


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Yes, it does make nice, tasty mini donuts using the recipe provided in the instruction book.
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It's a wonderful little donut maker.
Carol Mello

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235 of 237 people found the following review helpful By Steven A. Godun VINE VOICE on June 16, 2010
I bought this as a fun activity for me and my three year old daughter. Out of the box you get the donut maker itself (which is about the size of a small George Foreman grill) with an attached power cord, and a small instruction/recipe book (which has only one or two recipes in it). The cooking surface is Teflon-coated. It is a truly bare-bones setup but then again you don't really need a whole lot with this.

Setup is a breeze: Just plug it in and close the lid. After a few minutes the red "heating" light goes off and you're ready to go. Lift, fill the six reservoirs with appropriate batter, close, wait about three minutes and you're done. So far we have made chocolate donuts from brownie mix, and yellow and spiced apple donuts from cake mixes. All came out very nice. The cake mix-based donuts cooked a little faster than the brownie mix-based ones.

Each donut is about 2" in diameter with about a 1/2" sized hole in it. One thing that maybe is worth noting: This is a donut machine, not a donut HOLE machine. You will not get tiny-sized "Munchkins" from this machine, only tiny donuts.

TIPS: Use a pastry bag (or a plastic bag with the corner snipped off) to fill the donut molds to avoid spills on the cooking surface. (Be careful with plastic bags or with plastic pastry bag tips; don't let plastic touch the hot surface!) Before filling, wipe the bottom half of the donut molds with some vegetable oil on a paper towel. Use a wood dowel or wood toothpick to remove the donuts; the donuts will flip right out without any sticking. DON'T use cooking spray as it gets everywhere and is hard to clean up (see "the bad" below).

THE GOOD: Very fast donuts, perfectly sized for small children and as a novelty for adults.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By the general on June 4, 2010
I just bought this donut maker, and I am really liking it. I didn't know quite what to expect since these are made very differently from deep-fried donuts, but except for a different texture, they are very much like mini-size donuts found in the grocery store. It is really easy to mix up the batter and cook up a bunch of donuts.

It is actually a little hard to burn them, as they brown nicely and don't blacken quickly. I dipped them in butter and then a sugar/cinnamon mix, and the result was delicious. Looking forward to finding more recipes!

****3/17/2011

After using for several months, I have not yet found something to dislike! I have used a couple different recipes, with very positive results. Every person who has tried them is a fan, giving me some measure of celebrity status. :) They are also great with coffee!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen L. Brown on July 19, 2010
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I bought this donut maker for portion control! My husband loves chocolate baked goods. Of course this little snack machine makes tiny donuts that do not taste like donuts you get from a donut shop, however, these do taste like cake donuts. I found nice recipes online for free. Many websites have baked donut recipes that will work.

I made chocolate donuts that did not have a WOW factor! I am a baker so I improved the recipe by adding a little more fat, sugar and salt (of course we all love that). Now they are lighter and more tasty. Next I will try a recipe for Vanilla donuts with chocolate frosting and again I will improve the recipe.

You can make master mixes from any recipe by mixing together the dry ingredients and pack them airtight. This makes it easier to bake from scratch. There is no end to what you can bake in this machine. Great for a little sweet snack.

Use your imagination and have fun. This machine is very easy to keep clean. The donuts always come out easily. I put a tiny bit of vegetable oil in the donut wells before the first batch of 6. That is all you need to do. They pop right out using a toothpick after baking for 2-3 minutes.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Carol Mello on March 28, 2011
I asked for this as a xmas gift from my sister-in-law and I actually got it. Sometimes I don't always get what I ask for but I think I did this time because it was inexpensive and oh so easy to find and order on Amazon. I did not get around to playing with it until about a week ago in the middle of a night of insomnia.

It's a wonderful little donut maker. Does just what it says it will do.

Now my tips based on my usage of the little machine:

1. Do not remove the sticker on the top. It's not just hype; there's an ugly hole under there.

2. The book has only one recipe for cinnamon donuts. However, the basic recipe, I feel, could easily be modified to produce a variety of donuts by changing the spice in the mix and using a different glaze. If I come up with some yummy variations I will post them as comments to my review.

3. The book recipe produces a batter that is not very sweet. My son (23 yrs old) and I agree that the batter could be a tad sweeter. Next baking session I intend to up the batter sugar content slightly (by 1/4 cup or less -- will let you know in a comment the ideal amount of sugar after experimenting with it). Right now the batter produces a donut that without the glaze tastes like a waffle.

4. The book recipe batter is a thick batter, thicker than a cake batter but not so thick as a drop cookie batter.

4-Optional Mixing Info A: Batter mixes up very fast with a Kitchen Aid planetary motion mixer rather than a hand held or traditional mixer but don't go out and buy a Kitchen Aid mixer just for the donut maker as they are expensive ($299 when not on sale).
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