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22 comments to “Doughnut Muffins”

  1. heaven. i want these now and always

  2. Tim, seriously, I’m freaking out a little bit at how similar our wavelength is. I made these just last week! Your photos are beautiful, and I love your idea of putting jelly in them. I’m sure that would be fantastic.

  3. Susan Wagner says:

    November 16th, 2008 at 7:50 am

    Oh my goodness…. now I have to go to the grocery and buy some buttermilk because I have to eat these today…….

  4. So pretty! These are just crying out for an injection of strawberry jam or gooey chocolate sauce! :D

  5. Of COURSE! Donut muffins, 2 great tastes that are amazing together, I wish I had thought of that.

  6. Hi Tim!
    I am also looking for years, for a nice muffin-doughnut recipe, so I muss try this one! Thanks also for showing us such beautiful pics!

  7. I’m not certain if this is the same exact recipe but I’ve made doughnut muffins before….can you say DELISH? Holy cow! For the topping I actually used coarse sugar. I loved the added crunch and my children adsolutely LOVED these!

    Thanks for passing along the recipe and the tip about the batter keeping in the fridge!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. This is genius!

  9. In my family, these are called ‘birthday muffins.’ The best part is that they get made for each and every person’s birthday on the morning of….there is NOTHING better than these muffins hot and fresh out of the oven.

  10. I have a recipe for these from the old standby, The Joy of Cooking! They are so delicious, but the way the JoC makes them involves dipping the entire muffin in butter and then rolling the whole thing in cinnamon sugar. Just in case y’all needed a way to make these even more delicious…=]

  11. These are amazing, Tim! I was scanning your recipe list (ha ha, just wrote recipe lust; freudian slip?), saw these, made them, and I’m in love. Or at least lust. These are incredible. I filled mine with a little lingonberry jam. Heaven! Thanks for another great recipe.

  12. Glad you liked them, Kathleen! I agree, it is a great recipe and now you have made me want to make them again!

  13. Fantastic website! Looking forward to trying a number of the recipes! Do you ever try wheat free or gluten free baking? I would like to have a go at the muffins but using wheat free plain flour, do you think it would work?

  14. Hey Ben- I haven’t done much gluten-free baking, so I am not sure what substitutes would work. If you try, let us all know!

  15. Will be making these in a few days for a brunch with my girlfriends….can’t wait!!!

  16. Is there a reason that you didn’t cut the original 1/4 cup of buttermilk in half when you halved the rest of the recipe?

  17. Hi Deborah- Yes, there is. I decreased the amount of milk slightly, and increased buttermilk. Mostly to make it easier to measure.

  18. Thanks!

  19. I just made these. They where amazing! everyone loved them. Do you have any suggestions for a glaze?

  20. Ive made these several times and they turn out fabulous. Today I made an error. I made homemade buttermilk by taking 1 cup milk and adding 1 Tablespoon lemon juice then letting it sit 5 min. measured out my milk and 1/4 cup buttermilk and while mixing put 1/4 cup buttermilk and 3/4 cup of remaining buttermilk instead of the plain milk. Turns out it wasn’t such a disaster. They were just as awesome. Maybe a little less dense than usual but tasted just fine. Nice surprise. Thanks for the Recipe. My family adores them.

  21. Beth Reeve says:

    July 22nd, 2015 at 7:13 am

    Hi, this recipe looks great. I run a community kitchen and I think I will give it a try.

  22. I made these all the time, except in mini muffin pans! I also fill the minis with Nutella and/or peanut butter. I also drizzle them with caramel sauce! Yummy!!!!!