Oh boy oh boy…what a day I have had making these doughnuts and filming every single part of the process in between. Phew! I’m wiped out, but you know what? After I bit into one of these delicious little doughnuts it all became worth it. I’m not gonna lie though, this is a long process, and that is mainly because this is a recipe for yeast doughnuts not cake doughnuts. No need for one of those popular “donut baking pans” because these are getting fried!
Today was very exciting to put it lightly. What an adventure I had with my three little dogs and mate. We piled into the car and drove down to a Pick Your Own Farm because I was dying to pick some fresh Squash–I heard this place had three different varieties and I couldn’t wait to arrive. There was a set back along the way. The car overheated and started bubbling water. That didn’t stop us however, and we continued the further 40 miles down to the farm.
Who likes to bake at 11pm ? I do! I decided I needed a sugar fix, and this is what I came up with: Oaty Muffins. Similar ingredients to the Oaty Bites I made last month, but bigger and better!
I had a lot of fun making these for Superbowl night last Sunday. My intention was to create an entire blog focused on a vegan Superbowl party, but instead I will be posting each dish recipe by recipe throughout the next couple of weeks.
The only slightly complicated part of these tartlets is making the mini pastry cases, and if you don’t have the time you can find them at any food store. Unfortunately, they don’t come vegan.