The 1 1/2 recipe will fee about 6 adults or more.


Add liquids to dry ingredients.

Beat 2 minutes - medium speed with paddle.

Add eggs and partial flour. Beat on high speed for 2 minutes

Add and mix the remaining flour by hand until nice consistency - just beyond sticky.

Place in greased bowl and turn to greased surface (use butter)

Cover - chill at least 3 hours to overnight - if dough raises in refrigerator, punch down.

Roll on lightly floured surface until 3/8" thick.

Cut or roll into doughnuts (dip in cinnamon if rolling and knotting).

Let them raise in pre-warmed turned off oven for about 20 minutes. 

Fry in deep hot oil (375 degrees). Turn them once (about 2 minutes each side).

Drain on paper towels.


For icing use powdered sugar, a few tablespoons of warm water and vanilla.


If making them into buns. - Let raise then brush with butter and bake at 375 degrees. Brush with butter again while warm.



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