Baked Victoria Donut Sandwich

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I am obsessed with Devonshire cream! I am also obsessed with my new baked donut recipe! So yummy without all the guilt of eating a regular fried donut.

Now with most of my baked goods, I use fresh ground flour. The grain I use for this particular recipe is Hard White Wheat but you can also use soft white wheat which is particularly used for baked goods.

I didn’t have my soft white wheat on hand LOL so I used my hard white wheat as an experiment and it turned out AMAZING!

You can use this recipe just for the donut but I do suggest you try one with Devonshire cream and preserves. Its worth it! So lets get to it!

Donut Ingredients:

1 cup of grain – before you grind

1/3 cup organic brown sugar

1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

pinch of salt

1 egg

1 cup of organic whole milk or almond milk

1 tablespoon butter or coconut oil

1 teaspoon vanilla

Mix dry ingredients and mix. Add wet ingredients and mix well. Put in prepared donut pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 17-20 minutes.

Take donuts out and set on cooling rack until completely cooled. Cut donuts in half, sandwich style and one side add Strawberry preserve and on the other half, add Devonshire cream. Put it together like a sandwich and enjoy! Or choose topping of choice for your donuts!

Enjoy! ~ C

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2 thoughts on “Baked Victoria Donut Sandwich

    1. Thanks! I get my grain from Purcell Mountain Farms, and it is organic wheat berries. To grind, I have a Kitchen Aid mixer and you can buy attachments for it so I have a grinder attachment that makes anything into flour. To make my donuts, yes, I use a donut pan since I bake them. You’re welcome and thanks for the support!

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