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Recipe by Tamara Friedman

Baked Chocolate Donuts

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Parve Parve
Easy Easy
6 Servings
Allergens
40 Minutes
Diets

Whip these donuts up in a pinch using just a mixing bowl and spoon! These are moist, airy and full of chocolaty goodness! Ice them with this decadent icing to really take the flavor over the top. A perfect delicious alternative to frying donuts.

Ingredients

Batter

  • 1 teaspoon baking soda

  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

  • 1/2 cup water

  • 1/2 cup rich whip, not whipped

Icing


Wine Pairing

Massenez Pear Williams Brandy

Directions

Prepare the Donuts

1.

Mix all donuts ingredients together by hand. It will be thick.

2.

Use a cookie scoop to put into donut tins. Fill halfway. If using mini donut molds, put the batter into a piping bag and pipe the batter into the molds.

3.

Bake for 20 minutes at 350ºF.

Prepare the Icing

1.

Heat rich whip in a small saucepan, add in vanilla, corn syrup, confectioners sugar. Mix well.

2.

Take off fire and add chocolate chips. Stir until melted and smooth. If it’s too thin, let sit for a few minutes to thicken up.

3.

Dip each donut in the icing and then sprinkle with colors sprinkles or topping of your choice.

Baked Chocolate Donuts

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Sully katz
Sully katz
1 year ago

They taste very good but more like a chocolate cake. I don’t have a donut pan so I used a muffin pan and put some silver foil in the middle for a whole. Old folks have to improvise !
And as I didn’t have the ingredients for the icing tonight, I put some ice-cream and whip with sprinkles on top. Not bad for a 77 years old. Was delicious Lekovod 4th light of Chanukah.

Sara Oppenheim
Sara Oppenheim
2 years ago

Can I make theses donuts if I do not have a donut tin/mold? What can I use as a substitute?

Raquel Admin
Raquel Admin
Admin
Reply to  Sara Oppenheim
2 years ago

Yes, you could be able to use a muffin tin. However you may have to adjust the time in the oven, so just keep an eye on them.

NT Friedman
NT Friedman
3 years ago

Absolutely scrumptious!! A must at every Chanukah party!!! Totally worth trying!!!

Sara
Sara
3 years ago

Any possible substitutions for rich whip?

Leah
Leah
Reply to  Sara
3 years ago

if you want to make it dairy heavy cream

Raquel Admin
Raquel Admin
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Reply to  Leah
3 years ago

If you want to keep it parve you can try coconut milk from a can or parve milk (however it is not as rich so it won’t be exactly the same).