Melt In Your Mouth Glazed Donuts Recipe (How to Make the BEST Yeast Donuts!) Homemade Donuts

Make mouthwatering glazed donuts in the comfort of your home! You only need a few ingredients to make these homemade donuts that taste like the ones we buy in our favorite donut shop. Serve with your favorite soda, juice or iced coffee drink and your weekend afternoon is all set!


For the donuts:

• 280 grams all-purpose flour
• 40 grams sugar
• 1/2 tsp salt
• 1/4 tsp nutmeg

• 1 egg
• 120 grams whole milk
• 40 grams butter (melted)
• 7 grams dry yeast

• Oil (for deep frying the donuts)
• Oil (optional for kneading and greasing)

For the glaze:

• 250 grams powdered sugar
• 75 grams butter
• 3-5 tbsp milk (depends on your preference)
• 1 tsp vanilla


For the donuts:

This makes 12 donuts.

In a large mixing bowl, add 280 grams all-purpose flour, 40 grams sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp nutmeg.
Mix until well combined.

In a separate mixing bowl, add an egg, 120 grams whole milk, 40 grams melted butter, and 7 grams dry yeast.
Mix until well combined.
Pour milk mixture into the flour mixture.
Mix until dough is soft and thick.

Sprinkle some amount of oil on a clean surface to work on the dough.
Knead until soft and elastic enough.
Place the dough in a lightly greased bowl.
Cover with clingfilm.
Let is sit for 1.5 to 2 hours or until it increases in size.
Once done, lightly flour a clean surface.
Roll out the dough until it is 1/2 inch thick by using a rolling pin.
Use a donut cutter to cut out donuts.
Place the donuts on a parchment paper with enough spaces in between each of them.
Deep fry each donut until lightly browned.
Place the donuts on a parchment to drain excess oil.
Set aside.

For the glaze:

In a mixing bowl, add 250 grams powdered sugar, 75 grams butter, 3-5 tbsp milk, and 1 tsp vanilla.
Mix until well combined.

Toss each donut into the glaze mixture and coat both sides.
Serve and enjoy!

Melt In Your Mouth Glazed Donuts Recipe (How To Make The BEST Yeast Donuts!)
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