Baked Chocolate Donut Recipe

Fried donuts are delicious and I make them again and again. The thing with them is they take time to make. The waiting for the dough to rise is what's going to eat your precious time. So I only make them when I am in the mood for fried donuts and have ample time on my hands. So once I was searching the net for some quick to make donuts, you know the ones where you're only going to spend 30 minutes in the kitchen and then you can already enjoy the fruits of your labor, that was when I discovered this chocolate donut recipe.

The Baked Chocolate Donut Recipe looks so good and so mouthwatering that I immediately read the recipe. I became happy seeing that it'll only going to require less than an hour and you're going to bake it. Too bad it requires a donut pan which I don't have, simply too bad. Anyways, everyday thereafter, I take quick visits at the site where the Baked Chocolate Donut Recipe is posted desperately wanting to try it. That's when something in my brain clicked, i improvised. I was finally able to make one without waiting for the heavens to drop one on my lap. So here's the Baked Chocolate Donut Recipe that I tried to do myself.

1. In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients: flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt.

2. In a separate container, beat the egg then add the milk, melted butter and vanilla extract. Mix.

3. Combine both dry and wet ingredients. Mix well.

4. Pour the donut batter in a well-oiled donut pan and bake at 325F for 20 minutes. I am using a convection oven here so baking time may vary.

If you don't have one like myself, you can also improvise. You may refer to my D-I-Y donut pan tutorial here. A word of caution though, I have seen recipes where the batter is runny, so my improvised donut pan might not work. So please check the recipe first, the resulting batter must be thick like this Baked Chocolate Donut Recipe here.

5.  The donuts are done when a toothpick stick comes out clean when inserted. Remove the donuts from the pan.

For the donut pan, You have to let it cool slightly then you have to invert the pan so the donuts can be removed or just take them out by hand if the donuts did not stick to the pan.

For my d-i-y donut pan, well, I just pushed the center cardboard out then scrape the sides of the outer cardboard circle using a small bread knife to remove the donut. Don't throw the cardboard circles yet because you can still use them to cook the rest of your donut batter. After you're done with your Baked Chocolate Donuts, you may already throw it out.

6. Let cool then sprinkle with powdered sugar or dip in chocolate ganache. Serve these Baked Chocolate Donuts and enjoy!

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Neetha said...

I'm so glad I found your blog! This DIY alternative is just what i need.I really love baking and actually, I have recently made a rectangular pan out of cardboard and covered it with foil kasi wala po akong pambili ng pans that would fit my makeshift "stove oven" so i had to be resourceful.So now na may nalaman na naman po akong alternative sa post niyo,I'm definitely going to try this soon.Thanks po.

Jane said...

we have to make do with what we have. :) thanks and good luck.. :)

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