Since a couple people in my family are now gluten-free and dairy free my challenge has been to put good food on the table that everyone can eat. Mostly that entails making healthy meals consisting mainly of protein and fresh vegetables. But every once in a while we all need a treat, right?!
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This recipe is adapted from the gluten-free doughnut recipe on Food.com. Their instructions call for making your own GF flour mixture. Instead, in the interest of time (and laziness) I used Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour Mix. Also, the critique from the doughnut eaters in the house was that the recipe could use a little more spice so I pumped up the cinnamon and nutmeg slightly.
This is a simple recipe, really, no rising time, since these doughnuts are similar in texture to a bakery cake doughnut.
Recipe adapted from Food.com
While whisking, slowly add the melted butter.
Sprinkle some of the GF baking flour mix onto your countertop or cutting board and roll the dough to between 1/3 and 1/2 inch thick.