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Monday, May 2, 2011

Strawberry Glazed Doughnuts


So I figure now is as good a time as any to relay some big news...

I'm heading off to London and Paris on Sunday!  Classes end on Friday and then two days later I'll be on a plane for my first time abroad ever!

I'm so excited I try not to think about it often... it makes studying almost impossible.

And in my last week home to prepare for my trip, I haven't gone to the gym once and have been busy eating strawberry doughnuts.

I know, I know, I don't know what's wrong with me either.

But these doughnuts were so worth it.


The other morning I woke up with a craving for strawberry glazed doughnuts, but a quick internet search yielded nothing what I had pictured in my head.  So I just made them up!  

I was lucky enough that someone ordered some the next day, because when I made them a second time they were absolutely absolutely perfect.  And these babies are still baked, so they're not as bad as the fried ones.

(That's my argument to myself - and we're going to keep it that way)


I love these so so much, and am so glad I created them, and I think you will be too! :)

Enjoy!


Strawberry Glazed Doughnuts
Servings: 10 doughnuts

Ingredients:

Doughnuts:
1 cup flour
1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1/3 cup milk
1 egg
1 tbsp melted butter
10  medium to large strawberries (between 1/2 and 3/4 cup depending on size), pureed with 2 tsp seedless strawberry jam
1 tbsp pure maple syrup

Glaze:
3 cups powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cups cold milk

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  Grease a 6-doughnut pan with baking spray.  To make doughnuts combine dry ingredients in a large bowl and whisk together.  Create a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add in milk, egg, butter, and maple syrup.  Stir until well combined.  Stir in strawberry mixture, starting with 1/2 of it and adding more only if needed.  Batter should be wet, but not runny.  Put dough into a pastry bag or plastic bag and snip approx 1-inch off end.  Pipe batter into each well, reserving extra batter.  Bake for 7-9 minutes until doughnuts spring back when touched.  Let cool five minutes and turn onto a cooling rack to cool completely.  Spray pan again and continue with the rest of batter until all doughnuts have been made.  While doughnuts are cooling make glaze.  To make glaze, stir all ingredients together until smooth.  When doughnuts are cooled dip each into glaze (twice if you want to be naughty about it) and place back on cooling rack to let glaze set.  When glaze has set enjoy!

(some notes - added 9/24/12 - A few people have commented that they enjoyed adding some leftover strawberry puree to the glaze for even more strawberry flavor.  While I have not tried this personally I think it's a great idea and something to pursue if you feel you would enjoy it as well.  Also a few people have noted their donuts are flat.  The most common case for this would be a too runny and wet batter.  If you fear this might be the case, err on the side of a drier batter, mixing in puree only until just moistened with no flour streaks remaining.  Good luck!  - Mary)

Doughnut recipe: A Mary original
Glaze adapted from: The Pioneer Woman Cooks






118 comments:

  1. ew if we get all fat in france how are we gonna look hot for harry? shoulda reversed our trip...

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  2. Looks good! Since I don't have doughnut pans I'll try them in a muffin tin. Mmmm!

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    1. thank you! feel free to let me know how it goes! :)

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  3. Mmm, looks delicious - I saw your recipe on Pinterest and I'm going to have to try it tomorrow with my kids!

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    1. thank you! feel free to let me know how it goes! come back soon :)

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  4. Looks yummy!! thanks for the recipe

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    1. I hope you get to try! Come back soon :)

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  5. What's the best way to bake these if you don't have a doughnut pan?

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    1. I have heard from several people that they have had success trying these in a regular size muffin tin. As I haven't tried this myself I can't say for sure, but if you would like to try my best recommendation would be to check every five minutes or so until a cake tester comes out clean. Be sure to let me know if you do! :)

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    2. What about a Babycakes cake pop maker? For donut holes?!

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    3. i personally have no experience with the cake pop maker so i really can't say. but if you have one sincerely i don't see the harm in trying. it could be great! :)

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    4. Just tried it in a cake pop maker and they didn't come out that we'll. Still wet in the middle and cooked them until they were pretty dark

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    5. I'm sorry to hear that. As I stated I have no experience at all with them! Thanks so much for coming back and reporting how it went!

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  6. these looks delicious!!! Found them from Pinterest. :) Thanks

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  7. Can you give a measurement for the 10 strawberries or an approximate size of each berry? We just went and picked fresh ones and they vary in size from a dime all the way up to a golf ball.

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    1. I would make a guesstimate that my strawberries were around 3/4 cup given the varying size of them. I would assume there can be a little give and take with that, as the important part of the recipe is that when you add the wet mixture to the dry, you want the batter to be wet but not runny. The next time I have a go around with the recipe I can try and pinpoint a more exact measurement if you'd prefer, but I have a feeling it will shift slightly every time. The key is to make the batter wet but not runny. I hope this helps!

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  8. I just came across your recipe on pinterst and it looks delicious! I want to make these for Father's day breakfast tomorrow as my dad loves strawberries. Unfortunately I don't have a doughnut pan... Would this recipe make 12 standard size muffins? (if I adjust the baking time/temperature, of course.)

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    1. I have heard from several people that they have had success trying these in a regular size muffin tin. As I haven't tried this myself I can't say for sure, but if you would like to try my best recommendation would be to check every five minutes or so until a cake tester comes out clean. Be sure to let me know if you do! :)

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  9. Mine weren't nearly as pink, but tasted awesome! I used 1/2 cup strawberry mixture, I was afraid to make them too runny.

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    1. Mine shift in pink-ness every time I make them (as strawberries don't come in one consistent shade of red). If pink-ness is important to you you could always consider adding a drop or so of red food dye to the mix! Im so glad you liked them. And better to err on the side of not runny, because once they cross that line it's hard to come back!

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  10. These look soooo good! Any tips for making them without a doughnut pan? :S

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    1. I have heard from several people that they have had success trying these in a regular size muffin tin. As I haven't tried this myself I can't say for sure, but if you would like to try my best recommendation would be to check every five minutes or so until a cake tester comes out clean. Be sure to let me know if you do! :)

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  11. i tried making these...I followed step by step.. and they did not come out right:( is there a secret?

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    1. Hmm since I wasn't with you when you made them, it's hard to know if i can give an exact secret to know what went wrong. My best advice I can give is to keep trying and don't let kitchen fails deter you in any way, i certainly still have my fair share. I hope you come back soon anyway!

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  12. I am so looking forward to making these tonight! I have a question though, they only had a mini donut pan at Williams Sonoma so I purchased that. Will that change the cooking time or anything at all?

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    1. The amount of ingredients for the recipe should definitely still work, however I'm not sure how many mini donuts it will yield. As for the cooking time, I would say start checking possibly after 3 minutes or so and then onward until the donuts spring back when touched. I've never used a mini one before though so check to see if on the pan it comes with a standard recipe that hints to a cooking time. Good luck and feel free to let me know how it goes! :)

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    2. When I made it just now, 3 dozen mini donuts and 5 minutes cooking was perfect.

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  13. Those were the best I've ever made. Though I substituted maple syrup for honey and used peaches instead of strawberries. Will be trying mango version today!

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    1. Oh wow that sounds wonderful! Please feel free to let me know how it goes! Thanks so much and come back soon! :)

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  14. I tried making this recipe and could not get the glaze to stick to the donuts. =/

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    1. If you attempt them again perhaps try adding a little more powdered sugar to your glaze to make it thicker, or perhaps after the first dip in the glaze, allow it to set and then dip again. I'm always a fan of multiple dips. I hope this helps! Come back soon.

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  15. These were amazing and so easy. My 3 year old loved them!

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    1. I'm so glad you liked them! :) Come back soon.

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  16. just have to say that these are "okay". They didn't turn out as nearly as good as they look in the picture. kind of plain, and can't really even taste the strawberry. I used 12 strawberries in the puree. disappointed....but lovely picture.

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    1. I'm sorry they didn't turn out stellar for you. thanks for taking the time to comment and i hope if you ever try any other recipes they turn out great :)

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  17. My doughnuts did not turn out as pink and pretty as yours, but they were still good! Plus I used white whole wheat flour which may have something to do with it;) My daughters loved them! I had some puree left over so I added that to the icing hoping to get a more pink color, my 2 yr old adores anything pink. I think it helped add some more strawberry flavor. I will definitely be making these again!

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    1. Ugh! Jenny D! I wish i had read that before i just gobbled up my extra puree!! NUTS!

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    2. what a great idea about the strawberry puree jenny! although i don't think i'd mind eating with a spoon too :) thanks so much for stopping by and I'm so glad you enjoyed them! come back soon :)

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  18. Loved the recipe and it inspired me to make a variation: whole wheat blue berry mango donuts with mango cream cheese frosting. Thank you for your inspiration

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    1. wow! those sound fantastic! like absolutely fantastic. did they turn out well? thank you so much for stopping by and for the inspiration in return. come back soon :)!

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  19. Mine also didn't turn out as good as the pictures. I am ok with that, but you couldn't really taste the strawberry. At all. Any suggestions on that?

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    1. hmm if you seem to be having problems with the strawberry flavor coming through, perhaps adding a bit of the leftover puree to your icing? some people have mentioned in comments above they found that wonderful however I have not yet tried it myself. thanks so much for taking the time to comment and come back soon :)

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  20. Mine came out kinda flat, so I guess I maybe got them too runny, but they tasted good anyway! Thanks for the base recipe, can't wait to try some other flavors too!

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    1. in my opinion taste is what is the most important thing anyway. thanks so much for stopping by and commenting amy, come back soon ;)

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  21. I just found this on pinterest and these look amazing! Cant wait to try!

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    1. feel free to let me know how they go!

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  22. I really liked the flavor of mine, however I preferred them without the glaze because you could taste the fruitiness more without the addition of the very sweet glaze. The texture was very muffin-like. This was my first attempt at baked doughnuts so maybe they all turn out this way, but I was surprised with the texture. Still very yummy!

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    1. yes the texture is different than the typical store bought doughnut but I do admit i'm very much a fan. thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. come back soon :)

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  23. I just made this delicious little treats! I used my remaining strawberry puree instead of the milk in the glaze...OH MY! Not lacking in any strawberry flavor that way! DELISH! Thanks for the great recipe!

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    1. i'm glad you liked them rhea! i've heard that from a few people and it sounds like a great addition to it! thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. come back soon :)

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  24. Wow this looks delicious! I like that they're baked and not fried. Now I want to try them, I'll have to hunt for a doughnut pan.

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    1. they can be found in most well stocked baking stores (and maybe even some craft stores) if not definitely online! thanks so much for stopping by and come back soon :)

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    2. I found mine at Wal Mart. Ross also has them sometimes if you have one of those stores nearby.

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  25. I made these today, they didn't turn out like your picture looks (your picture looks fabulous)... I'm sure it was the way I mixed it up because mine ended up really flat once I took them out of the pan. BUT they taste fabulous. I was only able to get 12 donuts out of the recipe tho... not sure if that's normal.

    Since it only made 12, I adjusted the glaze quite a bit. Used 1 c powdered sugar, 3 T milk, 1/2 tsp vanilla (I love vanilla) and just a sprinkle of salt.

    For those of you on Weight Watchers... my recipe (with the glaze) ended up being 3 pts per donut (keep in mind much of the glaze dripped off and I didn't even use all of what I made to begin with... so i adjusted for that).

    Anyway - thanks for a fabulous recipe. I will be digging through your blog to find more. I've started my own blog for those that want to follow my (second) journey of weight loss. http://healthfullyeverafter1.blogspot.com/

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    1. thanks so much tabitha! your blog looks great (checked it out!) keep up the good work and stop by anytime. :)

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  26. Found this via Pinterest; Just made them this afternoon. Mine definitely did not turn out as "pink" as yours, so I think I'll add more puree, less milk next time. I'm thinking that would also help with a more strawberry'y flavor. Very fun recipe.

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    1. i'm glad you got to try them tasha! you could always add a drop or two of red food coloring if very pink-ness was something that was very important to you, but more puree would also add to this as well. thank you and stop by again anytime :)

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    1. as stated in the recipe I used 2 tsp seedless jam. thanks for stopping by :)

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  28. I made these today after buying a doughnut pan just for this. Mine came out very flat and did not have a lot of flavor. I will try to add more puree instead of milk next time.

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    1. I hope this works for you. I also could recommend potentially adding a little more dough to your doughnut pan although since I was not with you I can't be sure what was the case. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  29. I have a mini donut pan I plan on trying these with. Also I am going to make the batter tonight and bake the donuts first thing in the morning.

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    1. Feel free to let me know how it goes! I bet the mini ones would be extra addicting! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  30. I am so excited to try these but can you tell me what you mean by a well

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    1. I'm excited you're excited to try them! For a detailed description of a well, maybe this link will help. Good luck and thanks so much for stopping by!

      http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081201200322AA1ua2y

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  31. Finally found a donut silicone pan and tried this recipe. My husband thought they were good but not sweet enough...Any suggestions to making them sweeter?? Does it make a difference of using frozen vs. fresh strawberries?

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    1. Hmm it is possible that you could add a bit more sugar without the texture being compromised but this is something you would have to play around with and see. Also I'd never say no to a second dip in glaze for more sweetness. In my experience frozen strawberries retain more water than fresh so just account for that if you thaw them or puree them frozen. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  32. I had the same problem making these, it appears, as some others. They weren't very pink & didn't have much strawberry flavor at all, but I followed the directions exactly as it said. Your pic looked so yummy so my expectations were high for this recipe... I was bummed when they didn't turn out the same. Suggestions?

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    1. I'm really sorry these didn't turn out as you expected. I found pink-ness varied from batch to batch (as does color in nature) so if you weren't opposed to artificial coloring a drop or two (or your desired amount) of red food dye would ensure a pink batch of your liking every time. For extra strawberry flavor you could always consider adding some extra puree into the glaze as some suggested they had enjoyed. Hope this helps and thanks so much for stopping by!

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  33. These did not work out for me very well either. The donuts themselves were flat and soggy (perhaps the batter was too thin) and they didn't have much flavor. I am not opposed to trying them again. I like the idea of adding some of the strawberry puree to the glaze instead of milk.

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    1. If this seemed to be your problem and you'd like to try again I recommend erring on the side of a dryer batter, adding puree until it is just moistened enough to see no streaks of flour. Also many have mentioned the addition of strawberry puree to the glaze for even more strawberry flavor. I hope this helps. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  34. Any suggestions for a replacement on the strawberries? My husband LOVES desserts with strawberry, but hates the seeds.

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    1. hmm any other berry would be a fun place to start! feel free to come back with any new combinations you try :)

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  35. MY OH MY!!! Just finished baking these up. My first baked doughnuts ever and let me say I impressed myself :) I got a doughnut pan from goodwill $2 and my batter made 6 there was enough left over batter for 2 more doughnuts. I added about 1/2 C more of flour due to it looking a little runny after adding the strawberry mix! I saved a little of the strawberry mix for my glaze which was so delish! It wasn't flat one bit and looked like a bakery donut. I decided to be "naughty" and added the glaze once I placed the doughnuts on the cooling rack. I will for sure be making these again! Could you please tell me if they will be ok for a day in room temperature or should I refrigerated it? It might not last a day lol, but just in case.

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    1. hmmm that's a great question. i left mine out at room temperature for a few hours and they were fine. if you're nervous about how long i don't think refrigeration would hurt! feel free to come back and report on how it goes!

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  36. Hello! I made these today with a babycake maker (it makes 20 by the way).. I subbed the milk for extra strawberry puree...mine came out really good... I wouldn't say they have a real donut texture though, but I still loved them. Heres a pic..http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a359/iam_blond/IMG_0232_zps3547c4c7.jpg

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    1. that is AWESOME! i'm so happy you liked them! that picture made my day :)

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  37. OH MY GOODNESS. These look absolutely perfect! I will be baking these this weekend! I'm so excited to try them out! Thank you so much for sharing your creative genius with all of us! :)

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    1. I hope you enjoy them! Feel free to come back and report how it goes! You're too sweet. Thank you so much :)

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  38. I made these for my Valentine's Day post. They turned out wonderful. My husband loved them. Thanks!

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    1. That's so awesome Tara! I look forward to seeing that post! I'm so glad you liked them!

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  39. Made these as part of our weekly 'breakfast for dinner' meal and they were a huge hit with my husband and two sons. My toddlers thought I was the coolest mom ever for making doughnuts for dinner. My batter didn't have as much of a pinkish hue as I was hoping for so I just added a couple drops of red food coloring. Turned out great, thanks for the recipe!!

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    1. Toddlers have to be some of the toughest critics around so I'm so happy I could help out! Nothing wrong with extra pink in my book! Thanks for commenting and letting me know how it went! Come back anytime :)

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  40. These look so delicious! I have a babycakes donut maker.....has anyone tried cooking them in there??

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    1. I believe there is a conversation above somewhere in the comments. I have not tried this but I believe someone has and said it did not work that well for them. I have no experience with the makers though so I can't say for sure. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  41. Would you advise against using almond milk in place of the regular milk? I'm making these tomorrow so any quick help you could give would be great. Thanks!

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    1. Personally, I think almond milk would work fine as a substitute, although I've never tried it and can't say with 100% certainty. Just keep in mind that almond milk has a different taste than regular milk and therefore the finished product may have a slightly altered taste as well. I'm of the camp though that it can't hurt to try. Feel free to report back how it goes if you do! Thanks so much for stopping by. :)

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  42. So gorgeous! Such a lovely color. The glaze works wonderfully, but I've yet to try the strawberry doughnuts. Can't wait!
    Sara
    http://triedandtwisted.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much! If the pink color is super important to you I would suggest a few drops of food coloring as the degree of pinkness in fresh strawberries varies. I checked out Tried and Twisted. Awesome stuff! The bird's nest necklace - I died! Want one so so much. Thanks so much for stopping by. I'll be sure to check back with Tried and Twisted!

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    2. I made these strawberry donuts a couple days ago and was disappointed that they didn't turn out like the photo. I didn't like the texture of the donuts, too doughy and not the strawberry flavor I expected. If I made thes again I would cut the amount of milk and add a few more strawberries that are puréed. Also, the glaze recipe makes too much icing, I would cut the recipe in half. Joyce

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    3. I made these as a Valentine's Day treat and was disappointed in the texture. Recipe made 12 donuts and I bought a donut pan at Bed,bath & Beyond. I read in the blog that someone added 1/2 more flour and that might work! Mine were doughy and not like the picture of them. I like the idea of not adding all the purée mixture and saving and adding it the icing. Icing recipe makes too much, could cut that in 1/2 recipe. I'd like to hear of others who made recipe, I read a few who had the same difficult as I did. Joyce

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  43. What kind of flour to use self rising or all purpose? First time dougnut maker.

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    1. Hi! All of my recipes are all purpose flour if not otherwise specified! Good luck!

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  44. This recipe was a disappointment as it didn't turn out like the photo and lacked strawberry flavor. The donut was doughy and not at all like the cake donuts you buy at a bakery. Also, there was too much icy and you could cut the recipe in half for the icy. I would cut back on the milk and add more strawberry purée if I was to make again! Joyce

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    1. Sorry they didn't work out for you! I appreciate you taking the time to come and comment! Come back anytime you'd like regardless. We'd love to have you here! Have a good one!

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  45. We made these today in our mini doughnut maker. So yummy! Thanks so much for posting!

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    1. Great! Thanks so much for commenting! Come back anytime!

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  46. trying these today. I don't have a doughnut pan but I found this- Dee

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7519975_convert-muffin-pan-donut-pan.html

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    1. Feel free to report back how it goes! Good luck!

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  47. We made these for the second time. We were out of strawberries, so we used blueberries- Yum! They are so good. Also, we used egg replacer and rice milk and the recipe still works great. Thanks!

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    1. Haven't tried blueberries! Bet it was awesome! Glad to know egg replacer and rice milk were still successful! Thanks so much for sharing! Come back anytime!

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  48. I made these and they turned out pretty good. Not as pretty as your picture shown, but my hubby and son still loved them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  49. Little mishap with my execution, but this recipe was awesome! http://www.thedailypin.net/2013/03/baked-strawberry-donuts.html

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    1. That's awesome Christa! So glad! Come back anytime!

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  50. I tried them today and they are delicious! I glazed some with chocolate :))

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    1. Chocolate always sounds like an amazing option Manuela. Thanks so much for commenting, stop back anytime!

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  51. Absolutely delicious!! The only thing is that mine seemed a little too moist when sitting in the fridge for even a day. They ended up feeling a bit wet, as did the glaze. Any suggestions or thoughts on why this could've happened?

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    1. I've always kept mine at room temperature, it's possible that refrigeration somehow did this, as to why I'm not quite sure. If you enjoyed I would suggest keeping at room temperature until serving or possibly waiting to glaze until ready to serve. As for leftovers, I would attempt to leave them covered at room temperature. Hope this helps. Feel free to report back! Thanks so much for stopping by, come back anytime!

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  52. These look like something my kids would LOVE! Thanks for sharing and I hope your trip was fabulous! :)

    (PS I 'found' you via Pinterest)

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    1. My trip anniversary is coming up on two years! That being said it WAS fabulous. It's a surprise but this year I'm off to Rome! Thanks so much for stopping by and come back anytime!!! I hope you enjoy them if you try them.

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  53. i just made these, they were yummy!! i didn't have fresh strawberry's but did have a flavoring and some food colouring, but when strawberry's are in season i will be making these again! you have some great recipes i will be visiting again :)

    oh iv put a few pictures on instagram if you would like to see: bethstaples

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  55. Made these today and they were good! I didn't have a donut pan and used a mini/micro bundt pan I had. I had leftover strawberry puree and just made the glaze out of that. I glazed them as they were served because I was afraid the glaze I made would make them soggy if I let them sit. I definitely need to double the recipe next time!

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    1. That's a great idea Tiffany! I'm so glad they worked out for you! Thank you for stopping by! Come back soon! :)

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  56. Do you think it would work if I used olive oil instead of butter?

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    1. Hm, I'm not sure! I haven't had the best luck with olive oil as a substitute because in my experience it lends to a flavor I don't particularly like. But that being said, why not! Try! It might be great!

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