Babycakes Donut Maker, Mini
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- Non-Stick Baking Plates
- Make 4 Mini Donuts
- Power Light
- Latching Handle and Non-Skid Rubber Feet
- Convenient Cord Wrap
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Mini Babycakes Donut Maker
Give the gift of sweet donuts anytime, anywhere - or treat yourself. You deserve it.
Nonstick Baking Plates
Making your own donuts couldn't be easier. Spritz with spray, preheat, pour, bake, done. Our nonstick baking plates make it simple to pluck the donuts out and wipe down with a damp cloth. Then you're ready for the next time you (or your household) gets a craving.
Illuminated Power Light
The power light turns on when you've plugged the donut maker in, letting you know that it's heating up. When it reaches the right temperature for baking, it blinks off - handy!
The rewards of your labor are sweet, no? Make 'em sweeter with icing, glazes, sprinkles, cinnamon sugar, crushed nuts and candy - whatever strikes your fancy.
Sour Cream Donuts
1. Combine dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
2. In separate bowl whisk together remaining ingredients, except glaze or topping. Pour liquid ingredients into dry ingredients. Using a mixer on medium speed, blend until smooth.
3. Fill each cooking reservoir with about 2 tablespoons of batter.
4. Bake about 4 to 5 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into donut comes out clean.
5. Glaze or coat with powdered sugar or cinnamon-sugar, as desired.
Makes about 2 dozen donuts
- 1-1/3 cups all-purpose flour
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
BABYCAKES Mini Donut Maker Make 4 Mini Donuts With Non-Stick Baking Plates Latching Handle and Non-Skid Rubber Feet.
HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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I am really happy I purchased it. I used the recipe by Nicole Hunn. If you are gluten free, then you have probably bought her books.
I was able to make 36 donuts in no time at all. I filled a quart size zip lock bag with the batter and cut the tip to pipe the batter in the
donut maker. That worked well, but I am going to purchase a cupcake pen now that I know that I like this little donut maker.
The reason I gave it 4 stars is because when I was done making donuts and cooled the machine, I went to pick up the donut maker and
oil dripped out of the machine and onto my counter and floor. Evidently, moisture and oil gets sucked in under the cooking plates and when you stand the machine up in its locked position the oil drips out of the hinged area in the back. You may be thinking why did I put so much oil in my mix?
There was only 4 tablespoons of oil in the donut batter and I didn't use any on the metal plates. This is just a caution to other users to be aware of.
I stood the machine up on some newspaper over night to let it drain. I don't know how this will affect the donut maker in long term use and I hope that it does not become a hazard.
Tried piping it out of a plastic baggie, which, yes, was easier, but far messier to get it into the bag. May try mixing it in a Pyrex measuring cup with a pour spout next time. The donuts themselves are about the same diameter as Donettes, but not as thick or dense.
Overall, well worth the purchase price.
The first time it was heated up, even after cleaning thoroughly before use, had a fairly strong smell from whatever coatings didn't clean off initially. However after maybe 15 minutes or so running it burned off whatever had still been left behind from the manufacturing process and it's been smell free (aside from the overwhelmingly nice donut aromas that linger for hours afterwards).
Filling the donut mold cavities I just used a freezer bag with a corner snipped off, piped in the batter going around the mold two times, and shut the lid. 3 minutes later: perfection.
A simple toothpick worked like a charm to poke into the donuts at an angle and pull them out of the unit as it didn't come with any utensils or accessories outside of the recipe booklet (which doesn't have half bad recipes, like anything they need tweaks to your own tastes and preferences). Haven't had any issues with donuts sticking in the least, they just pull right out.
The outside of the unit, particularly the handles, don't get very hot which is quite nice. The only thing that's a little chintzy on this is the front latch, it's pretty easy to pop off entirely and wouldn't be too surprised if at some point it ends up breaking.