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Baked Chocolate Donuts – Indulge that craving!



These donuts! See those chocolates? We’ve been eating chocolates like we’ll never be out of supply. We just can’t get enough of it.

Chocolate donuts dipped in a chocolate glaze and topped with sprinkles, coconut or whatever your heart desires. These chocolate donuts are light, easy and oh-so-good.
Want some? I know you just can’t ignore it!
Here’s a sample DIY for an easy baked double chocolate donut you can try at home.
Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes
Makes about 3 dozen (mini donuts)

  • 1/2 cup teff flour
  • 1/2 cup gluten free hybrid flour – (yes, for our health-conscious guys out there!)
  • 1 cup milk of choice
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 2 T oil
  • 1/2 cup applesauce
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp guar gum
Chocolate Glaze
  • 1 cup chocolate chips


  • Donuts – Combine all ingredients and mix well. Pour into donut pan and bake for 12-15 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean in the center. Allow donuts to cool on a wire rack.
  • Glaze – Melt half to chocolate chips in the microwave. Mix in remaining chips and stir until melted.

Drizzle melted chocolate on top. Enjoy!

We hope you have enjoyed our blog post about donuts and the love we have for donuts. We have a strong passion for all types of specialty foods for different type of events like our Mini Donuts that we love making for guest right in front of them and watching their faces light up when we hand them fresh made donuts.
Some of our other services are Cappuccino Service, Mini Churro Station, Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Station, Caramel Apple Station, Chocolate Fountains and so much more it boggles the mind.
Please take a look through our website and see what we can do for you!
Scott Reade Mauritzen
Head Mini Donut Baker
The Mini Donut Factory
Office: 424-274-1593


Since there has been such a craze about gold encrusted donuts we decide to start doing theme for our Mini Donut Service.  We will be using our custom batter with gold inside and instead of water we will be using Cristal Champagne instead and make our Custom Gold Frosting to go over the donuts. So gold on the inside and gold on the outside. Please contact us MiniDonutFactorys@Gmail to find out about pricing and availability.


10 Things You Never Knew About Donuts

Doughnuts are a natural crowd pleaser — they’re warm, sugary, versatile and absolutely delicious. So it’s no surprise that the food holiday gods (who we suspect are just random people with access to the Internet) have dedicated November 5 as Doughnut Appreciation Day.

But although it’s likely we all have shown our favorite fried dough appreciation in one way or another, how much do you really know about this classic treat? We’ve put together 10 doughnut facts you probably don’t know, but definitely should. So pull up a chair, grab a glazed or jelly-filled treat, and become a certified doughnut connoisseur.

1 – Boston, MA has the most doughnut shops per person 250 total, which is the equivalent of one per every 2,480 people.

2 – During WWI, they were fed to American soldiers The Salvation Army ‘Doughnut Girls’ fed hungry and homesick soldiers this fried dough during WWI.

3 – They used to be called ‘olykoeks’ when they first came to America; they were called this Dutch word meaning ‘oily cakes.’

4 – Both ‘donut’ and ‘doughnut’ are acceptable spellings, ‘Donut’ is just a shortened version, popularized in the 20th century by Dunkin’ Donuts.

5 – June 7th is National Donut Day, Today is Donut Appreciation Day — totally different.

6 – Dunkin’ Donuts was once named ‘Open Kettle’; They started selling donuts under their modern name in 1950.

7 – They may have originally been a mistake, one story reportedly tells of a cow that kicked over a pot of oil into a mixture of pastry.

8 – Americans eat a LOT of doughnuts, Over 10 billion are made in the U.S. each year.

9 – People are named Doughnut/Donut, although to be fair, only around 10 as of 2011.

10 – The Guinness World Record for fastest to eat a jelly-filled doughnut exists, And is 33 seconds.

Information provided by The Huffington Post