100g Caster sugar
3g Baking powder
2g Bicarbonate of Soda
8g Ground Cinnamon
190g Plain Flour
55g Melted Butter
Melt the butter.
Whilst you are waiting for the butter to melt, mix the flour, sugar, baking powder, bicarb of soda and ground cinnamon in a bowl.
Then add in the egg, honey and milk, combine. Once butter has cooled slightly, add to the mixture and combine altogether.
I found this great little silicone donut mould. Im sure you can find it in most baking or home shops. Make sure that you grease it.
Once your mixture is combined with the melted butter, you can begin filling your moulds with the mixture. Warning – only fill half way up, if you add any more than this, you will get muffin type cakes that will have no hole as there was too much mixture in the mould.
Bake in the oven at 200°C/400°F/ Gas Mark 6 for about 10 minutes, or until cooked through. Leave to cool down on a cooling rack.
Make up some water icing, using icing sugar and a small amount of cocoa powder. Once you get it to a nice runny consistency, then begin dipping in the donuts.
These are great to make with the kiddies. Let them help you make up the mixture, and let them rock out dipping the cooled donuts in the icing. Omit the cinnamon if you wish to make plain donuts, then make up lots if different coloured icing and provide sprinkles. Let the kids have fun and get messy. They will then enjoy eating the treat they have just made for themselves. Enjoy!