Sarena, The Non-Dairy Queen, says her Baked Apple Spiced Donuts “are light and caky with a nice hint of spice to celebrate the cooler weather.” She goes on to shares her love of cake donuts, specifically “Old Fashioned Doughnuts,” which she says always have a hint of nutmeg. Sarena offers this recipe as her dairy-free, gluten-free version of a spiced donut! Because Sarena only has one donut pan, she makes one batch of six donuts and one small loaf of bread with this recipe. That means that family members get to choose their personal favorite—Apple Spiced Donuts or Apple Spiced Bread—or the “bonus loaf” can be shared with a friend. Even if one has two donut pans, I love the idea of making both donuts and bread and “spreading the wealth,” so to speak!
Pumpkin desserts are similar in one regard to most other desserts; add some chocolate chips and suddenly folks are much more interested! So I’m pretty certain that these Baked Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Doughnuts are going to make everyone happy! Well, everyone except for Jeanine’s hubby, but that just leaves more for all the other pumpkin lovers in her family. You’ll want to read her post; it’s funny.
Have you used your donut pan lately? Got ripe peaches on the counter? How about certified gluten-free oat flour in the pantry? (Or gluten-free oats you can grind into oat flour.) Sweet rice flour on hand as well? Then you must make these Peach and Toasted Coconut Donuts from Ashley at Edible Perspective! Sounds like a perfectly peachy holiday weekend baking project to me! Yes, I had to do that. Hehe. You agree, don’t you?
Get Ashley’s Peach and Toasted Coconut Donuts recipe over at Edible Perspective. If you’re looking for more delicious gluten-free donut recipes, be sure to check out Ashley’s cookbook: Baked Doughnuts For Everyone: From Sweet to Savory to Everything in Between, 101 Delicious Recipes, All Gluten-Free.