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Glazed doughnut muffins

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The Pastry Chef's Baking

(Read caption) Use a muffin tin to make these cakey doughnuts topped with a sugary glaze.

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These muffins are accurately named as they really do remind me of doughnuts – at least cake doughnuts rather than yeasted doughnuts. It could be the taste of cinnamon that reminds me of doughnuts, but it’s also the glaze. (Confession: I didn't sift the confectioners' sugar or the glaze so you can see little lumps in the glaze.) They are delicious! As with any muffin recipe, mix sparingly, just enough to have the batter come together. If you overmix, the muffins won’t have as tender a crumb or texture.

 

These would make for a good addition to an Easter brunch, if you're planning that far ahead. To make them as doughnut like as possible, let both layers of the glaze set before serving. Or serve gooey warm with runny glaze.

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