Baked Cake Doughnuts with Chocolate Glaze

Happy Saturday!

I think I should be a little concerned that I now associate weekends with baking doughnuts. While they’re “guiltless” they do tend to lack fiber, vitamins, and minerals. But I figure that’s what lunch and dinner are for, right?

I’m so rational.

Just like last night when I practically begged for a brownie sundae. My dad questioned, “Who’s the dietitian in this family?”

Everything in moderation, dad. Everything in moderation.

These were baked last Saturday and come Monday morning, 12 of them went to work with me. 18 made – 12 leftover = 6 consumed.

6 consumed doughnuts – 1 for Mr. P = 5 doughnuts consumed by yours truly.

5 doughnuts x 106 calories = 530 calories


530 calories / 2 breakfasts = 265 calories per breakfast. :-D

Leaves plenty of calories available for a side of fruit and a tall cup of coffee with the fixins’. Like I said, guiltless. Even if this is becoming a weekend habit.


Baked Cake Donuts slightly adapted from Wilton and Cake Duchess

2 cups cake flour, sifted (of 1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour + 1/4 cup cornstarch) 1/2 cup granulated sugar 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 3/4 cup fat-free milk 1 Tbsp white vinegar 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 1 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted

1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 2 tsp corn roulette syrup 1 Tbsp canola oil 1 tsp water


Mix milk with vinegar. Set aside to turn into buttermilk!

Preheat your oven responsible gambling to 425 F. Spray your donut pan with non-stick spray.

In a medium-sized mixing bowl bowl, whisk together the melted butter, buttermilk, and beaten eggs. In a large mixing bowl, general information sift together the cake flour (or flour + cornstarch), sugar, baking powder, and salt. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir together until just combined.

Carefully spoon the batter into about 2/3 full. Bake for 7-8 minutes, or until the tops of the donuts spring us poker sites back when lightly touched.

Allow to cool in the pan for a couple minutes. Remove the donuts onto a rack to finish cooling before you glaze poker sites them.

For the glaze, microwave all the ingredients together in a microwave safe bowl on 50% power for about 1 minute, stirring in-between, until melted. Add additional water (by the half teaspoon), if needed to thin. Dip one play poker online half of each doughnut into the chocolate and allow to dry on a drying rack. Yield: 18 doughnuts with glaze

Nutrition Information (per doughnut): 106 calories; 2.7 g. fat; 24 mg. cholesterol; slot machines online 194 mg. sodium; 18.7 g. carbohydrate; 0.3 g. fiber; 2.5 g. protein

Result: This is comparable to any chocolate-glazed cake doughnut. The cake flour and buttermilk make these mobile casino spongey and light, and the chocolate glaze is a rich, sinful finish. Yet at 106 calories a piece, no need to feel a tinge of guilt! Enjoy!


The only reason Mr. P only subtracted one from the total was because he was too impatient to wait for the doughnuts, he had to go buy the fried ones instead. His loss! My co-workers were happy campers! ;)

Question: What’s for breakfast this morning?

Be well,


  1. says

    These look so good. I don’t even really like donuts online slot machines all that much but I’m thinking I mayy need to make these. As for breakfast this morning, probobly the summer usual: cut up fruit with yogurt and homemade granola.

  2. says

    It’s funny how you said you now associate weekends with baking doughnuts — when I first online poker us read the title of this post I though, oooh it’s Saturday, I can make these today, lol! They look so good, Nicole! Hope you’re having a great weekend!

  3. says

    You and your donuts!! Everyone sports betting online time I read one of your donut posts I make a mental note to buy a donut pan. I have a BBB gift card that is burning a hole in my pocket that needs to go towards a donut pan.

    Oh and 100 calorie donuts?!…BOOYAH!

  4. says

    wOw. I feel a doughnut baking weekend coming on. These look terrific and I love the toppings. PS – I love how since I’ve begun a Dietetics student, people always assume every dessert I make or eat is somehow “healthy”! I think I get away with a lot (oh yeah, this hot fudge sundae is full of calcium and protein!) ;)

  5. says

    OH man, these seem so very wrong… but so very right. I love doughnuts, and these appear to be pretty harmless in moderation.

  6. says

    HI there! I share your afinity for doughnuts, and can not wait to make these! Do you think I could swap whole wheat flour for the AP and add the corn starch. I ask bc its what I keep on hand (even for cookies…) and it would add some of that elusive fiber…


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