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Wilton Nonstick 12-Cavity Mini Donut Pan
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- Makes 12 mini doghnuts
- Durable non-stick coating
- Dishwasher safe
- Recipe included
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Great for family projects, baked doughnuts are more delicious, easier to make and healthier than fried doughnuts. Durable nonstick pans clean up easily in the dishwasher. Recipe included. Limited ten-year warranty.
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With this basic recipe you can then add a little cocoa powder, any extract flavor or my favorite, boiled apple cider syrup (King Arthur Flour) for cider, crumb donuts. I brushed on a little diluted honey and dipped them into palm sugar. Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Coconut Sugar, 16-OunceI even tried a low carb batter recipe using coconut flour One 16 oz Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flourand it turned out great. Any store bought box cake mix or homemade recipe will work fine. Donuts fall out easily with baking spray. Fun little pan for kid size treats!
UPDATE: I just made the cutest corn bread "floaters" for soup. Used a regular packaged mix (Marie Calendars)and it worked out great. I added cheese and chives. I have some powdered tomato Tomato Powder Organic - 1 lb,(Frontier)and onion flakes for next time!
Although the instructions say that you can put these in the dishwasher, they also recommend hand-washing them with a non-abrasive sponge, which is what I did.
In case any of you like to also experiment with non-traditional ingredients, it might help to know that the non-stick functionality of these worked great, even though I used applesauce and whole wheat flour in the vegan blueberry donuts I made. (In the past, I've found that not using eggs or traditional oils can make the final product stick to a pan, but that wasn't the case with these pans.)
The heart shape is also really darling, and adds a fun look to whatever tasty treats you whip up.
I'll update my review as I've had these longer, but, for now, these are really nice quality pans that I definitely recommend!
Each donut is recommended to be made with half a tablespoon of batter.
The donut recipe I used (http://www.abeautifulmess.com/2013/02/macha-green-tea-donuts.html, delicious by the way) makes a dozen large donuts but my friends and I ended up with 4 dozen mini donuts. (Good thing I bought 2 pans! Also, this recipe was great because the donuts didn't stick to the pan! Just remember time needs to be cut down to 5-7min at 350F.)
Overfilling the cavity results is odd, mini bundt-cake like desserts, as my dear by impatient friend experienced. Which isn't bad, but it can't really be called a donut at that point. ^^||
tl;dr - I'd recommend getting the normal-sized donut pan for the impatient, but these make cute little donuts once you get the hang of it!