If you love donuts, you’ll want to try this recipe. It’s easy to follow, and it gives you squishy fluffy donuts, just like how good donuts should be. The only warning I should say is that don’t make them too often as they can ruin your diet program 😃.
My mom used to make this potato donut a lot when I was little. So now I try to copy her by making the donuts for my two boys. They love them. Especially my elder one.
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The good thing about making homemade donuts is that you know what you put in the food, and you can also adjust the sugar and the sweetness according to how you like.
Because we too love the shop-bought donuts, like the popular you know what, but I find them way too sweet. So from time to time, I like to give my sons a treat by making homemade potato donuts.
Here, I only glazed the donuts with icing sugar that was melted with milk. But you can use any toppings you like. Try your donuts with chocolate spread, or peanut butter with chocolate sprinkles. And if you dare, you can try the Indonesian way that is butter and grated mild cheddar cheese.
However you like to have your donuts, I promise that you’ll love this potato donut recipe. Because it’s so easy with no fluff recipe. Apart from mashed potato as the secret ingredient for the donuts. This potato recipe gives you about two dozens donuts – depending on your donut’s size – that they’re more than enough to accompany your afternoon cup of tea/ coffee.
Thank you for reading up to this point 😊. I hope you are now thinking to try this donut recipe. Let me know when you do and share your views in the comments below. Also, feel free to share the post and pin it in your Pinterest.
Before you go, don’t forget to check my other recipes that may interest you as well.
- A less-naughty apple and raspberry crumble.
- The easy sponge cake that even your five-year-old can make.
- Indonesian Snow White Butter cookies – Kue Putri Salju.
- Dairy-free chocolate brownies.
- Chocolate mousse pudding with Aquafaba and no gelatin.
- Agar-agar milk pudding with condensed milk and raspberry.
- Chocolate mousse with two ingredients and without eggs.
- Mung bean desserts with coconut milk – Indonesian Bubur Kacang Hijau.
Thank you and all the best.