Even if you don't like or drink egg nog you need to try these little goodies. There is eggnog in the donut as well as the glaze. What a wonderful treat for your family!
Eggnog Mini Donuts with Eggnog Glaze (Makes 18)
2-1/2 Tablespoons canola oil
1/4 cup sugar
scant 2/3 cup eggnog
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
couple dashes salt
1 cup powdered sugar
2-4 Tablespoons eggnog
Using a whisk, mix together the oil, sugar, eggs, and eggnog.In separate bowl mix the flour, baking powder, and baking soda.
Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix until smooth.
*I used our local Kalona Supernatural organic eggnog. It has a great flavor that is just the right spice for this donut without adding more spices to the batter.
Scoop the batter into a disposable decorating bag.
Cut the end off and pipe into the donut maker. Don't worry about the little ends. They'll melt down into the donut. Shut lid and let cook. I peeked at mine after a minute or so and saw the bottom was getting browner than the top so I flipped them and cooked them a little long. Shouldn't take more than 3-4 minutes total. (If you have a pan to use in the oven try 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.)
For the glaze you'll need to put your powdered sugar in a bowl and slowly add some eggnog stirring until it's the right consistency . Depending on how thick your nog is will determine how much you need. You don't want the glaze stiff like frosting but you don't want it thin like milk.
Dip the donut tops into the glaze. I chose whichever side didn't look as nice.
That is a cute donut maker! I just got one, but it's a pan to bake the donuts. Going to try it today but with a chocolate recipe. I would LOVE this recipe, but my kids do not enjoy eggnog. One day I will make some for just me! They look delicious!ReplyDelete
I didn't care for the eggnog straight so I thought if I used it in something it would be OK. It gives just enough flavor with the rum extract and spices in the nog to say "hello" without screaming it.Delete
I have leftover eggnog which I do not drink so I may just have to try these out, look delish!ReplyDelete
I found I wasn't a fan either so I figured I'd put it in something!Delete
It looks absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing. PinReplyDelete
Thank you Ken!Delete
Love baked donuts. Your recipe sounds delicious and I love the glaze too. Definitely will be making these. Pinning & sharing.ReplyDelete
Baked makes you not feel so bad when you down a "few!" Thanks for pinning and sharing Joanne!Delete
Ohhhhhh these look so yummy! And I love that they are little mini donuts!ReplyDelete
Makes you feel a little better when you indulge and they are baked so bonus X 2!Delete
Hi Jenny! Thank you so much for sharing these amazingly delicious looking donuts with us at last week's Get Crafty Friday! Guess what...you've been featured this week! Thanks again!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, I appreciate it!Delete
dunkable deliciousness! Thank you for sharing and joining in the fun at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. I am leaving some hugs on your sweet blogReplyDelete
Thank you so much Katherine, always a pleasure to hook up with you!Delete
oh.my.goodness.. that sounds incredible! just found you at the Tablescaper, lovely photo caught my eye! i will have to give these a try!ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much for the compliment Kelly!Delete
Yum, love baked donuts and these look incredible! Thanks for sharing Jenny!ReplyDelete
Thank you, they are rather addicting, good thing they are baked! ;)Delete
My husband loves eggnog and so I try loads of baked goods with it - saving this for the holidays this year for sure!ReplyDelete