Baked Apple and Caramel Rustic Donuts
This is a recipe that pays extra careful attention to the quality of its ingredients in these Baked Apple and Caramel Rustic Donuts. There is plenty to promote these treats, beginning with the pan in which they are made. Today, you can buy special baking tins for donuts. They are a great thing to buy since you can bake plenty of desserts in them, and not just donuts. These special pans can sometimes cost more, but just make a point of using them often, and they will earn their wages in your kitchen.
This recipe also calls for certain specialty ingredients. That includes aluminum free baking powder and baking soda. There is some controversy over whether it is necessary to use these specialty ingredients, and they do not rise in quite the same way as the usual grocery store variety of these items, so be sure to follow the recipe instructions where these ingredients are used. Unrefined sugar, often called organic sugar and used here, is also a bit less sweet than processed sugar. So that means a few additional nutrients are provided in this sugar and the sweetness of the apples will come out even more in this recipe. Whole wheat is a wonderful complement to apples and works really well with natural sugars. As well whole wheat bumps up the fiber content (as do the apples if you keep the skins on them, so do). Fiber is one thing that we often do not get enough of in our contemporary diets; so where you can put it in, consider doing so.
This is a great dish that blends the nutty flavor of whole-wheat flour with the sweet and fresh tartness of apples in a donut you can be happy to make and serve to your family. Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Eating Good 4 Life, by following the link below.
Nutrition Facts for:Baked Apple and Caramel Rustic Donuts From Eating Good 4 Life
Ingredients: Whole wheat pastry flour, unrefined sugar, organic eggs, aluminum free baking powder, aluminum free baking soda, low-fat milk, olive oil, vanilla extract, apples.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 9 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 201, Calories from Fat 43, Total Fat 4.8g 7%, Saturated Fat 0.9g 4%, Cholesterol 38mg 13%, Sodium 127mg 5%, Potassium 152mg 4%, Carbohydrates 35.7g 12%, Dietary Fiber 3.4g 14%, Sugars 11.0g, Protein 4.5g, Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 5%, Calcium 6%, Iron 6%
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