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Vegan German Carnival Doughnuts

  • 2 hrs 30 mins
  • Medium
  • VegetarianVeganLactose-free
  • Breadmaker
  • Eat This

Ingredients

  • For the yeast dough

  • For the filling

  • For the baked doughnuts

Directions

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Steps

1

Stir the dry yeast and sugar with 250 ml of plant milk (maximum 35 °C) and leave for 10 minutes. Mix the linseed with 2 tbsp of water and also put aside. Melt the margarine at low temperature.

2

Fill the flour, lemon zest, margarine and yeast mixture into the bread maker and set a program with long and intense kneading time and a rising time of about 90 minutes. In the breadmaker Croustina, we use program 11, which we stop after the first kneading phase and simply start again.

3

Take the dough out of the bread maker, divide it into dough pieces weighing around 80 g and form them into round balls. Place them on a baking tray covered with baking paper and leave covered with a damp cloth for another 30 minutes.

4

Preheat your oven or Combi Microwave Oven to 180 °C top/bottom heat.

5

Coat the donuts generously with the remaining plant milk and bake on a medium rack for 15 minutes until golden brown. Then cool on a wire rack.

6

Meanwhile lightly warm the jam in a pan. Pour into a piping bag with filling spout and fill each doughnut with a little jam.

7

Finally, brush with a little liquid margarine and sprinkle icing sugar onto the doughnuts.

Enjoy

Vegan German Carnival Doughnuts

Ingredients

For the yeast dough
7g dry yeast
50g sugar
300ml plant milk lukewarm
1 tbsp linseed shredded
500g wheat flour e.g. Type 405
80g margarine
zests of ½ lemon
For the filling
150ml rosehip jam or any other jam e.g. homemade with Croustina
For the baked doughnuts
1 tbsp margarine liquid
icing sugar

Nutritional information

252
Calories
39g
Carbs
8g
Fat
6g
Protein
0mg
Sodium
4g
Sugar

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Nadine and Jörg are the self-proclaimed “food nerds” behind the vegan foodblog Eat This!. In addition to sharing tasty plant-based recipes with their readers, the German-based duo aims to prove once and for all that vegan food doesn’t have to be bland in flavor or appearance — it can be delicious and amazing-looking, too!

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