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Donuts Please.......

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Anyone out there have a good donut recipe? This will be the fourth time I have attempted donuts. Last night the receipe was very easy it called for potatostarch, eggs and a couple other simple ingredients. I fried them but the middles were raw.... It was gross. I have not tried the receipe for mash potatoe donuts. Several receipes keep going back to adding cold mash potatoes. The receipes seem a little tedious so im not sure about attempting these yet. Please anyone! I have conquered so many food items; donuts not yet one. The Kimminnike donuts are good but they just are not like a Dunkin Donut. You remember nice and fresh sweet light donuts.... Help.... My tummy will be eternally greatfull!!!


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Someone, somewhere mentioned taking the Chebe mix - and just rolling it into a donut shape and frying it.

I honestly have not tried it, so I don't know how it would work. But, it's worth a try - right? =)

Oddly enough, I've never liked "real" donuts, but I LOVE the Kinnikinnick Maple Glazed!!!


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I can't help you with a recipe but I can say we love the glazed donuts from celiac specialities in michigan.They are the very best we have ever eaten.They also sell a mac & cheese that is great. It is made by Heartland for them.

C.specialities also has a nice line of other things too, muffins & etc.I just usually get the donuts but I have tried other things.

enjoy

mamaw

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Kinnikinnick donuts are a little heavy for me too, but their cinnamon rolls are really good.

I've had limited success with an old-fashioned "fried bread" type of thing like my grandma used to make. She would just take regular (gluten of course) bread dough and flatten and stretch a ball of it with her hands until it was kind of like a fritter size. Then she'd fry it and we'd put sugar or jam on it. It was the best. Not a donut. But still that kind of idea.

I've only tried it a couple times with gluten-free bread dough and it worked pretty well. I've pretty much lost my sweet tooth as a process of this whole gluten-free diet. My husband and my daughter don't have a sweet tooth either so any experiments end up going to waste. So I haven't gotten too experimental with things like donuts persay. But a piece of fried bread every once in a while while baking bread works for me.

Nancy

Oh my GOSH!!! I just looked at the Celiac Specialties website and the donuts look amazing! http://www.celiacspecialties.com/Seeourdonuts.htm , by the way...

Are they all cake type donuts?

Nancy


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Just what I have been looking for! I have been looking for a tasty doughnut premade. Dh ate cream filled krispy kreme's in front of me the other day. One of my old favorite foods :angry:

mamaw- Do you pick them up or order them? They are about an hour away from me and I'm not familiar with the area except that its near detroit. Is it a safe area? Yeah Im from a hick town so the big cities scare me :lol:

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Hi AutumnE

I mail-order just about everything because I too have not much near me.I think the area is safe but I can't say for sure. If you e-mail Debby she will be able to tell you for sure. I live in Pa...

I wish someone would come out with a super cream one next!!!!!!! For now when I get hungary for that I eat a cream puff.......

My daughter was there on her vacation & she didn't say she felt unsafe.... I get a tad panicky at times when I'm in big cities too. It must be a small town phobia or something!!!!!I know life in a big city is no way close to my daily routine.I like to visit & learn & see things but I wouldn't (couldn't) live in a big city.

blessings

mamaw

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I tried the Kinninnick donuts too. They were heavy and thick...not tasty to me. I'll be interested to see if anyone has a recipe!


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Thanks :)

I might just order them myself also. With the price of gas nowadays especially. I love super creamy doughnuts too. I get super nervous in big towns, I use to live about 20 minutes away from one and it left with a jaded view, it is one of the most crime ridden cities in the u.s. so it scares me to leave my community.

I like to visit big cities but I wouldnt want to live there.Where I live Im surrounded by corn fields and I wouldnt have it any other way :)

I have donut pans, Im going to buy their mix instead of the ready made and add cream in the middle. YUM!

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