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Christmas Morning Baked Donuts


Nothing beats the alluring smell of warm, fresh donuts baking in the oven. And on Christmas morning? It's heaven! Everyone will love Christmas Morning Baked Donuts. Here's a simple donut recipe to make the amazing treats.

  • 2 cups buttermilk (pancake mix) baking mix
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup melted butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  1. Combine baking mix, sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, milk and egg; beat vigorously for 20 strokes.
  2. Keep melted butter and 1/2 cup sugar in separate bowls on the side for dipping.
  3. Preheat oven 400 degrees F. Lightly grease cooking sheet.
  4. Round up the dough on lightly floured board, knead 5 times.
  5. Roll 1/2 inch thick - cut with floured doughnut cutter.
  6. Twist doughnut to make a figure-eight. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
  7. Immediately after baking dip in melted butter then into sugar let cool.

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Dec 29, 2012

I made these a couple weeks ago. They turned out great. Just found the recipe again and now have a hard copy. I baked them.


Nov 28, 2011

Hello everyone, Thanks for your comments and suggestions. Yes, the "pancake mix" does refer to a baking mix like Bisquick.


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Nov 26, 2011

Baking mix or pancake mix, one in the same as in bisquick.


Nov 22, 2011

I agree with "fransett" that the pictured donuts must be fried. I do wish someone that has tried the "baked method" will comment as to what they think of the results. I would like to bypass the frying & enjoy a bit healthier donut. Thanks.


Nov 21, 2011

If you read the entire recipe, the butter is to dip them in before dipping in sugar which is also WHY they look so nice and shiny as though they were fried rather than baked! The 'pancake mix' reference is because packaged pre-made baking mixes are often used to make pancakes, waffles, and biscuts! Think B******K brand!


Nov 21, 2011

Is the 1/4 c. melted butter and 1/2 c. sugar added to the batter or is it for dipping the donuts ?


Nov 2, 2011

This recipe is very confusing to me. You have "pancake" mix in parenthesis. Then you have "baking mix" outside of the parentheses. Then in the instructions you say #1 to combine baking mix and then #3 to add baking mix. Okay what is it "Pancake Mix" or "Baking Mix" or both? Is it two (2) cups of "Pancake Mix" (eg. Hungry Jack) or two (2) cups of "Baking Mix" (eg. Bisquick) or one (1) cup of each. Did someone leave something out???


Nov 1, 2011

These doughnuts don't look baked to me. I've found that The only time you get that coloring is if you deep fry them. Has anyone tried them yet? I would like to know the results.


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