A few weeks ago I came across a super easy made-from-scratch donut recipe. It claimed to take only fifteen minutes and doesn’t require yeast or resting time. I love donuts but they can be so time consuming to make. It’s usually easier to go out and buy one. But this recipe seemed so simple I had to try it.
And it really is that easy. These came out light and fluffy like just fried donut holes should taste.
I was watching a dvd with the family and didn’t want to disturb them with my mixer. This recipe just requires you to mix the dough quickly by hand in a bowl. It took only a few minutes to prepare and then the donuts were ready to be fried.
The batter itself is very very sticky. Therefore this recipe works best for donut holes rather than rolling out the dough and cutting out doughnut shapes.
These were delicious with a simple sugar coating. It reminded me of Pillsbury dough donuts except better tasting because there is none of the salt or biscuit taste.
I would definitely make this again when I’m in need of quick fix for donuts. You can view the full recipe on Cooking Classy.
If you’re looking for a traditional yeast rising doughnut recipe, my favorite one I’ve come across can be found here.