Homemade Krispy Kremes




The original Krispy Kreme donut you know and love, now you can make it at home and eat it fresh!

The Krispy Kreme Glazed Donuts you know and love, and now you can make them at home and eat them fresh without facing the lines or driving.


Krispy Kreme Glazed Donuts is the original glazed yeast donut that made Krispy Kreme famous. I have been known to make a detour when the "HOT" sign is lit at Krispy Kreme but since I can make it at home, I am immune to the pull of the illuminated signs.


If you've ever looked for donuts on Pinterest, you've probably seen many Krispy Kreme copycat recipes. I tried 4 of them on Pinterest and was less enthusiastic. The dough was not thin enough, and the glaze did not hold together so much that it became fluffy and cracked when bitten. It is these qualities that make Krispy Kreme so special. So I ditched Pinterest and dug a lot. I found a recipe from the Chicago Tribune that they tested and retested six times until it became the flavor we all know and love.


it's working! With only a few tweaks, the Krispy Kreme Glazed Donuts is a great copycat, and not your ideal mind as part of the magic lies in the air compressor extruder, but if you're looking for this recipe at home, you need not to additionally. These cupcakes are the best after the glaze has dried!


* Ingredients :


° Milk: 3 tablespoons


° Boiled water: 3 tablespoons


° Active dry yeast: 1 teaspoon


° All-purpose flour: 8 ounces (ideally a little less than 2 cups)


° Sugar: 3 tablespoons (about 1 to 1/2 ounce)


° 1 egg (large)


° Butter: 1 oz (cool to room temperature)


° Salt: 1/2 teaspoon


° Oil: Enough to cover a few inches from the bottom of a frying pan or deep frying pan


# For making glaze:


° Butter: 1/3 cup


° Confectioners' sugar: 2 cups


° Vanilla: 1 - half a teaspoon


 ° Hot water: 4 tablespoons (or as needed)


# For making cinnamon sugar:


° Sugar: 1 cup


° Cinnamon: 2-3 tablespoons


* The method of work:


1. First, you will get a large measuring jug and collect the milk and boiling water together. You'll want to add 1 teaspoon of sugar and yeast, stirring gently. And please leave it in a warm place for the yeast (aka foam) to activate.


2. Mix the flour, rest of the sugar and salt together in a large bowl. Cut the butter using the tools that God gave you (fingers) or a pastry mixer until it resembles a crumb.


3. At this time, add the eggs (and beat quickly) and the yeast mixture to the flour mixture. And please mix it into a soft dough for 5 minutes.


4. After that, the dough should be turned on a table sprinkled with a little flour and kneading until it becomes a springy texture and small bubbles should form under the surface, and this takes about 5 to 10 minutes. Now that you're done, put it back in the bowl and cover it with a piece of cloth or plastic wrap and then let it rise until doubled in size, about 60 minutes.


5. Once the dough rises, place the dough on the table and slice it into 4 pieces. It should be one piece at a time; You may want to tighten it into a long rope about 1 inch to 1 12 inch wide. Next, cut strips about an inch long, lift the ball with your hands, and place it on a baking tray or wire rack to hold.


6. While the oil is heating to 375 Fahrenheit, cover the donut holes with a cloth to set it up.


7. Put the cakes in the oil and fry them until they are golden brown on each side. This takes about two minutes. Make sure you only fry a little at a time so that they don't get crowded and stick together.


8. Always remember to dry it on a paper towel or wire rack over a piece of cloth before sanding it. Well now, mix everything in a small bowl, and blend until smooth. You will also need to mix the ingredients in a small bowl, and whisk until well combined to coat the sugar.


9. The last step is to coat it with warm glass or sugar. Otherwise, they won't get that delicious coverage!



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