Mini Cake Donut Recipe ||​

I live for a good donut. About a month ago my mom bought a mini donut maker thingy or whatever you would call it and I’ve been wanting to try to use it so badly! So I spent a day Pineresting easy donut recipes and came across one by It’s Always Autumn They were really easy and I wanted to share it with you guys ((: 

What you’ll need:

Supplies –

  • Bowl
  • Whisk 
  • Donut maker thingy
  • Cupcake liners
  • Wax paper  

Donuts – 

  • A box of cake mix 
  •  1 egg
  • 1/4 cup of vegetable oil 

Glaze – 

  • 1 tablespoon of butter
  • hecka powder sugar (add it till it’s as thick as you want it) 
  • 2 tablespoons of milk

 

 

Donuts – 

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dump the cake mix in a bowl
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add the egg
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add the vegetable oil
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now you gotta mix it up
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put ya mix in the donut maker thingy
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Let them cool down

Glaze –

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First, you gotta cut the butter
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then you gotta melt it
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then ya add the powder suga
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then add the milk and ya mix it till it’s the consistency you want
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put ya donut in the glaze
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I put them in little cupcake thingies
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they were v good

Enjoy your tasty treats! Let me know how yours turned out! Until next time,

Stay Brave Friends.

~ Michaela

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