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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Good Gluten Free Doughnut Recipe?
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I'm an avid Columbus Blue Jackets fan and it has been tradition for 8 years now to have what we call a "stinger doughnut" before the opening game. This is basically just a tim horton's plain doughnut with green frosting and blue sprinkles. Nothing special. Well, 8 years until CELIAC decided to be like Walter White and come knocking. I was pretty bummed about this but I decided, you know what? To heck with that. I'm going to fight fire with fire and I will just make my own.

 

The problem is: I have no idea how to do that. So I figure I will buy a doughnut maker on Amazon. Anyone have a good recipe? I've searched for some online and it looks like I just need to find a good flour. I'm a horrible cook (but learning). All suggestions are welcome! :) 
 

Take care my friendly Celiacs.

 

Jesse

 

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I know nothing about how to make donuts..... but..... love the Blue Jackets and our unbeatable Buckeye Football Players!!!

 

Good luck on the donuts.

 

Colleen

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Try the King Arthur website. They are really good with gluten free recipes. Also I suggest you use King Arthur Gluten Free Flour. Whatever you make always turns out better with their flour.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-classic-baked-doughnuts-made-with-baking-mix-recipe

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Try the King Arthur website. They are really good with gluten free recipes. Also I suggest you use King Arthur Gluten Free Flour. Whatever you make always turns out better with their flour.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-classic-baked-doughnuts-made-with-baking-mix-recipe

I just got finished making a Gluten Free 3 Berry Pie. Crust; 2 1/2 C. All purpose G. F. King Arthurs Flour, 2 Sticks +2 T. Real Butter, 1 t. Salt, 1 T. Ice Water, 1 T. Cider Vinegar.  Mix in a Food Processor. Divide the dough in half. Wrap and place in frig for 1/2 hr. Roll out between 2 sheets of Plastic Wrap.

Filling; 1 Bag of Frozen Blueberries, 1 Bag of Frozen Strawberries, 1 Bag of Raspberries. Place them together in a large bowl (still frozen). Mix 4 T. G. F. King Arthurs All Purpose Flour, Juice from 1/2 Lemon, Zest from the Whole Lemon, 1 1/2 T Corn Starch, 1 C. Sugar.

Mix all together and pour into a prepared pie crust. Add some slices of Butter UNDERNEATH THE FRUIT. Then add your top crust.

Bake at 375 degrees for 15 - 20 min. Then 350 degrees for 40 - 50 min.

*Note, the crust will not be the same as a regular pie. It WILL be more flaky.

Wrap the edges with foil to assure no burning.

Enjoy! I know we sure did.

Connie Burns

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Connie, sounds like I need to come hang out at your house! :)

 

/rant

The one thing I cannot satisfy while gluten-free is my craving for a YEAST doughnut.  Not a cruddy cake doughnut.  I would pay anything for a gluten-free yeast doughnut that tasted like the non gluten-free version.  :(   I have a dream that some day, I will get this.  

/end rant

 

But I do like King Arthur gluten-free mixes and flour the best, so I would definitely try one of their recipes out first if I were going to start.  

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