Gluten Free Baked Doughnuts : Never Giving Up

Gluten Free Baked Doughnuts

 I woke up on Sunday morning around 5:30 am after feeding Armaan and thought of trying to make doughnuts yet again.The weather was perfect and the kids had a long day playing a chess tournament. I felt I needed to make it special.

Just before Mannat got diagnosed with a gluten allergy he had tired doughnuts at the mall and had loved them. I can still hear his innocent voice asking me “Mummy, will I never be able to eat a doughnuts again?” and I was choking and saying don’t worry mummy will make them for you. My lovely student Zoya who too has a gluten allergy once sent me a lovely recipe for doughnuts which I made but these were fried doughnuts and somehow I wasn’t happy with them.

I must have made them a zillion times almost always failed to get them perfect. Most were dense like all gluten products. It like my bread which now I can proudly say is better than bread with gluten… wish I could go for a competition and prove it. Enjoying it, while I update the blog.
Recipe : Gluten Free Baked Doughnuts:
1/4th cup Coconut Flour
1/8th cup Castor sugar
1/8th cup Shredded Coconut (desiccated coconut)
1/8th tsp Salt
1/8th tsp Baking soda
3 no eggs
1/4 cup Coconut Oil
1/4 cup Coconut Milk
1tsp Vanilla Extract
  • Preheat the oven to 350 degree F and prepare the doughnut tray.
  • Mix all the dry ingredients together coconut flour,castor sugar,baking soda, desiccated coconut and salt. Mix it together ensure all lumps are removed.
  • Blend the eggs, coconut oil, coconut milk and vanilla extract.
  • Mix the flour fixture into egg mixture to make a smooth batter.
  • Bake the doughnuts for 20 minutes.
  • Cool completely and remove them from the tray.
  • Once cooled over warm ganache or sprinkle sugar.
I had a bunch of lovely women who came and took a class with me yesterday. They wanted me to teach them table setting. Oh! god I am not good at this.. guess I watched my mom doing it when I was growing up and think I am not so bad…..
Happy Baking !

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Indian Setting ( Silver Cutlery and Good Earth Bowls)
South East Asian 

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