Gluten Free Fried Doughnuts

Gluten Free Fried Doughnuts
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I have been out and about the past few weeks at Glasgow and Manchester Vegan Beer Fest's and managed to score myself a nice haul of Follow Your Heart Vegan Egg. I have done omelettes, Scramble & a Quiche but now it is time to experiment!
Servings Prep Time
Approx 20 mini doughnuts 15 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 1-1 1/2 hours
Servings Prep Time
Approx 20 mini doughnuts 15 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 1-1 1/2 hours
Gluten Free Fried Doughnuts
Print Recipe
I have been out and about the past few weeks at Glasgow and Manchester Vegan Beer Fest's and managed to score myself a nice haul of Follow Your Heart Vegan Egg. I have done omelettes, Scramble & a Quiche but now it is time to experiment!
Servings Prep Time
Approx 20 mini doughnuts 15 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 1-1 1/2 hours
Servings Prep Time
Approx 20 mini doughnuts 15 mins
Cook Time Passive Time
30 mins 1-1 1/2 hours
Ingredients
Servings: 20 mini doughnuts
Instructions
  1. Put the milk, water, sugar and spread into a sauce pan and heat to 40 degrees Celsius. Mix in the yeast and set aside to activate.
  2. While waiting for the yeast mix up 2 x Follow Your Heart Vegan Eggs as per the instructions on the box.
  3. Mix the remaining dry ingredients in a bowl and make a well in the centre.
  4. Pour the wet ingredients into the well and using a whisk mix from the centre out until you have a nice smooth batter.
  5. Cover loosely with a clean tea towel and leave to rise for an hour to an hour & a half. (This will depend on the room temperature. You want the batter to double in size.)
  6. While the batter is rising slowly heat the oil to 180 degrees Celsius.
  7. Using two spoons shape small balls and drop it into the hot oil and fry until golden. (Approx 5 minutes) If you are unsure you might just have to break the first one open and test it! 😉 don't forget to roll it in sugar before eating it hehe
  8. Once cool allow to drain on some paper towel for 5 minutes then roll in the extra sugar to serve.
Recipe Notes

These probably won't last very long around most people but just so you know, same as other doughnuts they are best eaten warm or at least on the same day as they are made.

I just made my batch plain as they were a first attempt but the can easily be filled with Jam, chocolate sauce, custard, biscoff spread or any other sweet deliciousness!!! Just let the doughnuts cool and use a piping bag with a small sharp nozzle to fill the insides.

Another way to flavour would be to use a flavoured sugar.

Get crazy, experiment and please show me your creations!

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One response to “Gluten Free Fried Doughnuts

  1. I have a sister with Ms and is looking for some gluten-free and weatfree recipe if you know of any would be great thank you love gwen

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