Tag Archives: doughnuts

Lemon baked doughnut recipe

4 Jul

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lemon baked doughnuts.

My love of baking is legendary but what you may not know about me is that I love politics. Before you click ‘unfollow’, hear me out: I’m not going to share my politics with you, nor bore you with stats. I just find elections exciting and the democratic process fascinating. Plus there’s always a cake stall for which I undertake a marathon baking effort. Continue reading

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Nutella banana doughnuts – baked donuts

11 Apr

 

Nutella banana baked doughnuts. The Hungry Mum

School holidays + doughnuts = happy. Like most kids mine are staaaaarving when we have friends over to play, like today. Breakfast followed by a snack followed by morning tea then a snack then lunch then a snack – you get the picture. Continue reading

Caramel baked doughnut recipe

3 Feb

Caramel baked doughnuts - The Hungry Mum

Once upon a time, there was a little girl who very much looked forward to the annual show held in her town.

The show took part in a park just footsteps from the little girl’s home and as the big day approached – it was always at the end of November – she watched in excitement as the show took shape.

One of her favourite stalls was run by the local boy scouts, who made and sold hot doughnuts. In today’s overly cautious world it is hard to imagine a group of rambunctious boys and a huge pot of boiling oil, but back then it was fine. Continue reading

Froot loops baked doughnuts

9 Oct

Froot Loops baked doughnuts

So I am sure you have seen the pictures of cronuts/doughnuts/shakes studded with Froot Loops all over social media. I have, and was amazed at the things you can do with a packet of breakfast cereal! Continue reading

Baked blueberry lemon doughnuts

12 Jul

The Hungry Mum  blueberry and lemon baked doughnuts

Lemon is lovely, don’t you agree? I adore baking with citrus – the aroma of a zested lime or lemon coupled with the scent of general baking is amazing.

I recently found myself with a glut of lemons after my mum-in-law gave us a basket full from her tree. This recipe only used one of countless lemons but the freshness of these lemons really lifted the taste.  Continue reading