Baked Chocolate Doughnuts with Sprinkles

Hoping your day is filled with sweetness and love!  This recipe for baked chocolate doughnuts ROCK!  Our sweet friend Tracy makes them, and I just tried the recipe.  I am hooked.  Completely, utterly, heart fluttering hooked!  Sprinkles are optional, but fun to add.

 

Baked Chocolate Doughnuts

Happy Valentine’s Day!  A whole lot of chocolate love coming your way ….. 

Baked Chocolate Doughnuts

Recipe

The only changes I made to Tracy’s recipe, I did not use coconut (obvious), and I used Dave’s Coffee Syrup instead of vanilla.  I glazed the chocolate doughnuts with the simplest glaze ever – melt 3 ounces of sultry dark chocolate with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, over very low heat.   Remove from the heat.  Stir in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.  Let set for 5 minutes before glazing the doughnuts.

**  you will want to invest in baked doughnut pans, trust me, as this will become an addiction.  Heart doughnut pan and traditional circle pan are a must in any kitchen.

Pass the milk!

Comments

  1. These are so pretty! Such a lovely recipe!

  2. Now this is what I want on valentines day. Doughnuts and sprinkles. Actually, it’s not that different to what I want every other day.

  3. These are the cutest donuts anywhere.

  4. Adorable. Did you see this month’s Saveur… doughnut heaven. Miss you, friend!

  5. These heart shaped donus look lovely.

  6. Yum! These donuts look fab! Love the heart shape for Valentine’s day!

  7. Oh dear Lord. These look phenomenal. Bookmarking as I type.

  8. El, they are wonderful, and thanks to Tracy I am completely addicted!

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  2. […] things first;  doughnuts.  Recently I have an insane addiction to baking doughnuts.  I blame the addiction on the recent issue of Saveur Magazine which is all about doughnuts. […]

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