These baked apple cider donuts with only 6 main ingredients, including sweet potato. No eggs, no oil, no dairy. Light, fluffy and loaded with apple cider flavor! The zippy flavor makes them more like fried. They are healthier, baked and rolled in cinnamon sugar, making for the perfect cozy fall dessert!
Baked Apple Cider Donuts
Apple cider donuts that are easy to make, vegan and gluten-free. One of the easiest apple cider donut recipes there is! Make this fall treat fast and easily. For donuts, you'll need a donut pan, but you can also make these in a muffin tin.
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How Do You Make Apple Cider Donuts From Scratch?
Very easily! Just combine oat flour, apple cider, flour, baking powder, vanilla and cinnamon. So easy! Mix it up and pour it into a donut pan or muffin liners. Bake, coat and eat!
Why Are They Called Apple Cider Donuts?
They are called apple cider donuts because the liquid in the recipe is apple cider. If you don't have apple cider, apple juice concentrate also works.
Does Dunkin Donuts Have Apple Cider Donuts?
I'm not sure but it is so easy to make homemade apple cider donuts, it really doesn't matter, does it?
How Many Calories in a Baked Apple Cider Donut?
Less then 300 calories in my apple cider donuts. They are also high in fiber and low in carbs.
What Makes A Baked Apple Cider Donut?
My donuts are an easy donut recipe with apple cider as the liquid.
Baked Donuts Without Donut Pan
Yes, it can be done. Just pour the batter into mini muffin pans, with paper liners and bake for 10 minutes.
Do Baked Donuts That Taste like Fried Donuts?
Yes! My baked donuts definitely taste like your favorite fried donuts especially with the sugar cinnamon coating. But they are baked and have no oil! So much healthier and lighter. Feel great after eating more than one!
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Baked Apple Cider Donuts
Cinnamon Sugar Coating
- ½ cup organic cane sugar
- 2 tbsp cinnamon
- Preheat the oven to 350°F.
- Grease a 6-well donut pan or cupcake pan.
- In a large bowl, mix up oat flour, baking powder, apple pie spice, and salt.
- In a smaller bowl, stir up sweet potato puree, sugar, apple cider and vanilla. Pour the wet into the dry mixture and use a hand mixer to blend smooth.
- Pipe or use a spoon to fill the wells to the top.
- Bake for 20 -25 minutes, or until a tester comes out clean.
- Cool pan for 10 minutes, then transfer to a cooling rack.
Make Cinnamon Sugar Coating
- Stir together the sugar cinnamon mix. Spray donuts with coconut oil spray, dip both sides and spoon mix over to coat whole donuts.
- Store covered lightly for one day on the counter; any longer and they turn soggy. You can refrigerate them covered for a week, or freeze for a month. If you freeze, just set them on the counter to defrost for 20 minutes.
Dee Dine is founder of Green Smoothie Gourmet, a plant based recipe blog, and author of the recent cookbook, Crazy Healthy with 4 Ingredients and another immunity-boosting smoothie shot book, 4-Ingredient Smoothies + Juices , due out in January 2021. On this blog you'll find incredibly easy recipes with hidden veggies for anyone wanting to eat healthier, regardless of diet. Dee has graduate degrees in sciences and journalism, editor at The Feedfeed and a nutritional expert at WikiHow. More about Dee Dine here.