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    Scott Adams

    GF Favorite Donuts (No Donut Maker Needed - Gluten-Free)

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    Originally by Betty Crocker and made gluten-free by Barbara Emch.

    Heat oil (3) to 375 degrees in a deep pan.
    Mix with wire whisk:



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    1 2/3 cup Bette Hagmans gluten-free mix (Use sweet rice flour)
    1/6 cup soy flour
    2 teaspoons xanthan gum
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    ¼ teaspoon salt
    ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
    ¼ teaspoons nutmeg
    ½ cup sugar

    Add dry ingredients to the following in a large bowl and beat with dough
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    3 eggs
    ½ cup milk (use slightly less)

    Mix ingredients well then form into a ball and turn onto tapioca floured surface. Sprinkle more tapioca starch onto dough. Roll until ½ thick. Cut with donut cutter. With wide spatula slide donuts into hot oil. Fry 2-3 min on each side and remove with slotted spoon onto a large cookie sheet lined with paper towels. After frying donuts, fry donut holes and leftover dough. After they are cooled sprinkle with confectioners sugar or cinnamon sugar. Can be frozen and heated in microwave.

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    We followed the recipe exactly until it came time to form the donuts. Since we didn't have a donut cutter, we just formed small donut holes and tossed them in the deep fryer...they were great! This will be a recipe we hold on to.

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    I subbed coconut flour for the soy flour, and they came out with a nice nutty flavor. I used our mini donut maker, and they came out perfect. They are delicious by themselves, but the kids put Nutella with sprinkles on top. I'm definitely keeping this recipe.

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