Have you been looking for a glazed cake donut recipe that requires no special pan? Look no further.
There is something about donuts that just makes the day feel special. Maybe because it’s a sweet treat that feels like dessert for breakfast? Yea, I think that might be it.
Making donuts at home is easy enough, but many recipes call for a special pan or even a special donut making kitchen gadget. Today, I’m sharing a donut recipe that calls for nothing more than a good ol’ muffin pan and ingredients you are sure to already have sitting in your pantry.
Sound good? I think so too.
The best part about this recipe is that now you can make donuts at home and even bring the kids into the kitchen to help using this simple recipe.
These donut muffins are perfect for a special breakfast (we love to make birthday breakfasts a notable occasion) or even for a delicious lunch box dessert.
Just a note about the flour used in this recipe…I often use Whole Wheat Pastry Flour in my baking as a substitute for all-purpose flour. It is a flour made from a soft, winter wheat that works well when baking pastries, cakes and cookies giving them a much lighter texture than regular whole wheat flour.
Using whole wheat pastry flour is a great way to add more whole grains without the whole wheat taste or heaviness. If you don’t have whole wheat pastry flour, use regular all-purpose flour.Print