My favorite donuts are Boston creams. That’s the chocolate covered one that’s filled with vanilla custard. Eating a deep-fried donut isn’t unhealthy enough for me, my favorite has to be the one that’s injected with even more fatness.
These How To Duonuts aren’t as unhealthy as a regular donut, and they’re just as delicious! Now, I’m not saying these baked donuts are healthy, but they are baked instead of deep-fried, and not filled with custard, so they aren’t as bad as your typical donut. But, come on, this thing is rolled in sugar, so don’t blame me when you can’t squeeze into your Spanx anymore.
They almost taste like a crispy muffin, if that makes any sense. The crispness and melted butter are what give you the impression you’re eating something that’s been fried instead of baked. And we all know that fried generally tastes better than baked.
To make the cake part of the Duonut, you will need:
To make the Duonut topping, you will need:
1/4 cup of butter, melted
1/2 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
You’re going to make the cake part of the Duonut first, so refer to the portions indicated in the first set of ingredients.
Combine the melted butter, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla extract in a bowl. Once that’s been mixed together well, add the flour. The batter will be a little runny.
Fill the wells of a muffin pan halfway.
You can use a pan for either full sized muffins or mini muffins. I used the full sized muffin pan and this batch gave me 9 donuts. I think you’ll have better results with a mini muffin pan, if you have one, but full sized definitely works too.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Make sure it’s cooked all the way through by inserting a toothpick into one. It should come out clean if it’s done. Allow the donuts to cool before moving on to the next step.
Prepare the topping using the portions indicated in the second list of ingredients. In one bowl, mix the sugar and cinnamon together. Keep the melted butter in a separate bowl.
Dip the top of a Duonut in the butter, then dip it in the sugar and cinnamon mixture. You can also roll the bottom around in it too, if you’re fat like me. It should now have a nice, sweet coating
You’re done! Time to pig out!