easter bunny doughnuts

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

500g self raising flour
1 tbs baking powder
90g caster sugar
2 eggs
t tbsp sunflower oil plus extra for frying
200ml milk
icing sugar to decorate

sift flour and baking powder in to a bowl with the caster sugar. in a separate bowl mix the milk eggs and oil together then pour into the bowl with the flour and knead into a dough.
dust your work surface with flour and roll the dough out to about half an inch thick and use cutter to cut the shape you want, then in a pan heat the oil, until 180c then drop the dough in a few at a time, turning after a minute and cooking until golden. (they will puff up) you can also use a deep fat fryer. this recipe is for normal round doughnuts but i thought i would try bunny shapes for Easter.

 here they are puffed up. to decorate mix up some icing and dip them in. add a pink cake sprinkle for the nose and once dry i used a black cake pen to dot the eyes. for the bunny tails i rolled up some royal icing and stuck them on.


sisters of the wild west


  1. These are adorable and look delicious too! Such beautiful photography.

  2. Love it! Very sweet!!
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  3. These are just too sweet...who wouldn't love a bunny doughnut?!


  4. Yummy! These look so great. :) Thanks for sharing.



  5. you do the most amazing things. these are too darn cute. I am featuring on my weekly wow's saturday. Thanks for always inspiring us with your talent.

  6. Sorry! But these are just to cute to eat! :)

    Have a great weekend!

  7. These look wonderful! Tasty and so cute! :)

  8. UNREAL! They are so CUTE! And I like doughnuts a lot! Thanks for sharing. linda

  9. These are so cute and look wonderful!

  10. these are s cute a lovely display too. I'm hopping over from Anita's to leave you some hugs!

  11. Love these and had to feature them, too. Linda


  12. So cute & tasty!! This fabulous recipe has been featured at this week's Craftastic Monday link party at Sew Can Do & its Pinterest board. Grab a Featured On button & thanks so much for linking it up!


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