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It's my birthday and I'll eat it if I want to!!! Happy Hippy Birthday to ME! Today is the big two nine, so I am celebrating by eating the recipes that I wanted to try but haven't had the money or the time. First in line this morning, for breakfast…Vegan Donuts! I used the recipe from the Chloe Coscarelli book “Chloe's Kitchen”, but I had to make a couple minor changes. This recipe normally calls for 2 tsp. nutmeg, but I didn't realize when I started it that I only had one tsp. on hand, so I added a tsp. of cinnamon. It's fall time! You can't go wrong with cinnamon and nutmeg in the middle of fall. I used sugar in the raw for this recipe. Sugar in the raw is normally chunkier than fine bleached sugar so I usually run it through my food processor to grind it down in size for baking. It works miracles. I didn't make the chocolate topping because I wanted to make a cinnamon glaze instead to go with the spicy flavored donuts. I'll give you both recipes so that you can try her chocolate glaze if you so choose. I did not have a donut pan, though now I am going to add that to my kitchen after tasting these awesome donuts. Instead, I used my Wilton mini muffin pan and made mini donut like holes. These were super delicious and Syfy keep asking for more birthday breakfast!
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