Making Glazed Blueberry Cake Donut at home is tasty, simple, and enjoyable. They are baked goods that have been deep fried at home. The vanilla glaze soaks into every crevice and gives the outside the ideal crisp crunch, the purple color, and the cakey texture.
Blueberry donuts are very popular in Dunkin Donuts just not for their flavor, but for texture as well. They are more cake-like and are not too sweet which makes them a perfect snack with coffee or tea.
For this recipe, fresh blueberries are mixed into the donut batter and baked till golden brown in color. It is finished off with vanilla glaze.
You can either fry the donuts or bake them as you wish. No matter your choice of cooking, the donuts will be the same with a cake-like consistency. They are moist but still manage to keep their donut shape.
For this recipe, you will only need basic ingredients such as:
Blueberries (frozen or fresh)
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Blueberry Cake Donut Recipe
Follow this recipe to make decadent blueberry cake donut with a vanilla glaze.
Spray the doughnut pans with cooking oil liberally and preheat the oven to 350°F.
Cream the butter, sugar, salt, and vanilla in the bowl of a stand mixer using the paddle attachment until it becomes light and fluffy.
Combine the flour (cake flour and all-purpose flour), baking soda, and baking powder in a separate basin.
Blend the eggs and yolk in the mixer properly.
The flour mixture and buttermilk should be added in stages of four to six, alternately, while mixing on medium-low and often scraping sides.
After the additions are complete, reduce the mixer’s speed to its lowest position, add the blueberries carefully, and mix just long enough to incorporate them evenly and tint the batter a pleasing shade of blue.
Each well in the pans should be roughly two-thirds full after adding the batter to a big piping bag.
For standard doughnuts, bake for 18 to 20 minutes; for small doughnuts, bake for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the dough springs back when poked.
All the ingredients of the glaze should be combined and whisked together in a large bowl. If the liquid is too thick, add milk. If it’s too thin, add powdered sugar.
When the glaze is cool, dip the doughnuts in it and shake off the extra. Put them on a wire rack so the glaze will adhere to them and you get a small bit of crunch on the exterior.
You can preserve glazed donuts in a tight-fitted container for 3days.
To make the donuts with lemon glaze, add 1-2 teaspoons of lemon juice to the glaze.
Instead of using buttermilk, you might use yogurt (plain) or sour cream.
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