Sunbeam FPSBDML920 Donut Maker, Yellow
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- Enjoy fresh baked donuts with the fun shaped sunbeam donut maker
- Uniquely designed donut shapes create 5 delicious donuts in minutes
- Warm up & ready lights indicate that the doughnut maker is on and heating
- Lid latch holds the donut maker closed while making donuts and is designed to stand upright to minimize storage space
- Non-stick plates make clean up easy
- Fun-shaped donut maker creates freshly baked donuts
- Makes up to 5 round-shaped donuts in just minutes
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Top Customer Reviews
Before putting the dough into the wells, I brush butter in them and it helps the donut brown nicely. Make sure not to overfill the wells, only fill halfway, or the mixture will bubble out the sides and create a donut with excess. I leave each batch in about 10 minutes to ensure the donuts are cooked through and the outsides are brown. If you don't add enough batter, your donuts will brown unevenly. If I'm making cinnamon sugar donuts, I dip the donuts into butter and swirl to get a coating, then dip them in a cinnamon sugar mixture to top them. These store very well in the fridge and freezer.
I was skeptical about having to store donuts and losing flavor or texture in the process. To my surprise, popping these in the toaster oven make them spring back to life as if they were fresh out of the maker.
I have enjoyed using this appliance so far and look forward to finding more recipes to try out to share with friends.
*PS- (UPDATE 12/22) here are the ingredients for the Cinnamon Sugar donuts (my fave so far)
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1 large egg
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup melted butter or 1/2 cup margarine
Cinnamon sugar mixture for tops (add more as necessary):
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Mix together, brush the wells with butter, then fill the wells up 1/2 way. Should produce 12 donuts.
A handle for the lid would have been nice because lifting the latch is a little awkward, especially with an oven mit on. Here are a couple of small batch, low calorie recipes, using Splenda and limited fats. You can have a couple of donuts for a small meal or snack without blowing your diet. How fantastic is that!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A while back, I purchased a retro donut maker from the Salvation Army – new in box for $5 – it was called the Daizy Donut Factory (or something like that) and it worked pretty well... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol T.
Easy to use and easy to wipe clean. Do not overfill, and they will be perfect every time. A fun maker for the whole family.Published 1 month ago by Bead Lady
It worked great for the first half of the first batch of donuts. Then it died completely and would not turn on anymore. Read morePublished 5 months ago by OldMan
A gift to my daughter who wanted this for Christmas. She used it about two times so far and loved it. The part she doesn't like is that she had to make the batter (teenager). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Peter Corel
Quick and easy to make donuts. I completely cheat and just buy cake mix of choice and some frosting and make some donuts and I have no issues. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cambo
great product just about anybody can use it donuts are cooked to perfection.Published 12 months ago by al sierra