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Wilton Nonstick 6-Cavity Donut Pan
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- Material: steel with nonstick finish
- Durable nonstick pans clean up easily in the dishwasher
- Recipes are included
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I took these out of the package on Christmas morning, whipped up a quick batch of batter, and BOOM! fresh, warm, perfect doughnuts on the first try. I used the Ina Garten "Cinnamon Baked Doughnuts" recipe and we especially loved the more cake-like texture. I'm not a big doughnut fan personally but I'm definitely a fan of these. And hooray for no-fry doughnuts because I'm not a fan of fried foods either. I like a less sugary, less fat-filled doughnut and these definitely fit the bill. After filling one of the pans with batter using a spoon (it can be done but it's a bit time consuming when you have salivating guests gathered about), I piped in the batter to the second pan with my pastry bag. Easy peasy. Although I didn't need any with this batch, I'll use Baker's Joy or the equivalent to prevent possible sticking in the future.
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Some things to note:
The doughnuts do not turn out an even golden brown. The underside will be a darker brown than the topside. You will see the differences in the photo I've included with this review.
If you put too much batter in the pan, the doughnut holes will fill-in and the doughnuts look more like muffins. To solve this boo-boo I carefully removed the excess baked dough by gently poking out the centers with my impeccably clean fingers.
The pan is dishwasher safe IF you do not use the dishwasher detergent tablets. I use the tablets, not the powdered detergent, so I will be washing the pans by hand.
Finally, I used a baked doughnut recipe found at another website. I did not use the enclosed Wilton recipe to make the doughnuts.
Necessity is a mother, ya know.
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3 large eggs
1 cup sugar
1 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 3/4 cups + 2 tablespoons flour
1/2 cup cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
variation substitute canned pumpkin puree for applesauce
preheat oven 375
beat everything except flour together until smooth. add flour and stir until just mixed. lightly grease two standard doughnut pans. fill the well of the pans about 3/4 full (using about 1/4 cup batter in each well)
**I used an 1/8 cup (coffee scooper) to fill these to keep the mess down
bake for 12-15 minutes or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Remove them from oven and after about 5 minutes,with wood or silicon spoon loosen edges and transfer them to cooling rack, while they are still warm but no longer fragile, gently shake them in a bag of cinnamon-sugar
personal note : I found that it makes about 22- 24 doughnuts
*****DO NOT Store these in covered container, the sugar will "melt" and they will get "soggy", doughy...even though they are cooled before putting in container, they are fine left out,< and not stacked> over night...rack recommended