Not Your Mom’s Old Fashioned Donuts

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I've got a super fun collaboration for you guys! I am teaming up with my friend, Crafty Lori, over on YouTube to bring you a new twist on an old recipe! I am going to give you Lori's Not Your Mom's Old Fashioned Donut recipe and she is going to provide you a step by step tutorial, on how to make them, via her YouTube video! How cool is that?!

This old fashioned donut recipe is perfect for dunking into coffee, tea or even, chocolate milk! The twist that makes these Not Your Mom's? They are made with one, super modern ingredient! Come check it out!

This old fashioned donut recipe is perfect for dunking into coffee, tea or even, chocolate milk! The twist that makes these Not Your Mom's? They are made with one, super modern ingredient! Come check it out!

Ingredients:

1 Cup granulated sugar

2 Large eggs

3 Tablespoons melted butter

1 Cup Almond milk (There's that super, modern ingredient!)

1 Teaspoon baking powder

1 Teaspoon baking soda

1 Teaspoon salt

3/4 Teaspoon nutmeg

1 Teaspoon vanilla extract

3-1/2 Cups of flour

Here is Lori's Video on How to Make Them:

Who doesn't love a good, old fashioned donut recipe, right?

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8 thoughts on “Not Your Mom’s Old Fashioned Donuts”

  1. I may just have to make more coffee today as I am seriously wanting to make these donuts now to dunk in my cup of coffee. Thanks Echo for sharing!! 🙂

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  2. haha, you’re right. Almond milk is super modern. Also they look delicious, even without sprinkles.
    I hope you’re feeling better enough to eat one!!

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  3. Cannot wait to try this out;) Thanks for posting.

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  4. Donuts always remind me of my Dad. When I was little, we’d walk to the donut shop about once a week and split an eclair or a maple bar. Every once and awhile, he’s get an old-fashion. Always brings back good times.

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  5. My daughter got donut pans for Christmas and we still haven’t had a chance to make them, but I’m going to add this to our list of recipes to try! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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