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Dinky Doughnuts

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These bite sized doughnuts are perfect party snacks. Being baked, rather than deep fried means they are less fatty, and as they don't conain yeast, are quicker to make.

Preparation Time: 35 minutes
Cooking Time: 12 minutes
Serves: 45

2 eggs
1 1/2 tbsp Truvia sweetener (or 125g caster sugar)
200g icing sugar
175ml almond milk
1 tbsp vanilla infused rapeseed oil (or rapeseed oil with 1 tsp vanilla extract)
250g self-raising white flour
Few drops pink food colouring (optional)
Dash of water


Mini doughnut baking mould tray(s)
Piping bag (optional, but useful)

Beat together the eggs, milk, and rapeseed oil.
Mix together flour and swerener/sugar, and create a well in the centre.
Pour the milk/egg mixture into the well and mix together to form a sticky batter.

doughnuts, mini, dinky, baked

Pre-heat oven to 180 ༠C/ 160 ༠C fan/ 375 ༠F/ 5 Gas.
Spoon the batter into a piping bag and pipe it into the mini doughnut moulds.

doughnuts, mini, dinky, baked

Bake for 12 minutes and allow to cool.

doughnuts, mini, dinky, baked

Divide the 200g icing sugar into two bowls and add a few drops pink food colouring to one of them.
Add a little bit of water to both bowls and stir to create icing

doughnuts, mini, dinky, baked

N.B How much water you add depends on whether you want thick or glacé icing. Add more water for a runnier icing. I made a thick pink icing and a glacé white icing.

If making a thick icing, spoon it into a piping bag and pipe over the doughnuts. If making a glacé icing, dip the doughnuts into the icing to cover the top.

doughnuts, mini, dinky, baked

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These look amazing! How much flour do you need?

Oh, I'm sorry, Ill get thar corrected! It is 250g of white self- raising flour.
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