Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnuts are the original glazed yeast-roassed doughnut that has made Krispy Kreme popular. I’ve made an escape in the event that there’s a “HOT” sign is on at Krispy Kreme however, since I’m able to prepare them in my kitchen at home,, I’ve been able to resist the lure of glowing signs.There is nothing like the taste of warm Krispy Kreme donut. They melt into your mouth and leaves your craving more. I must find all the strength in me to end at two. To the moment, it’s been difficult. Excited? Turn the second page to see the full recipe (ingredients and directions)
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Recipe (Copycat) (Copycat)Donuts that are light and fluffy decorated with a rich glaze that melts into your mouth. It tastes as good as retail Krispy Kremes!
You can raise your hand if were ever in line to get the Krispy Kreme doughnut. Then, raise your hands when you’ve been to Krispy Kreme only to have to turn around when you saw the green neon sign that reads “HOT NOW”! It’s true that I’ve been there. Don’t feel guilty for it. I’ve even been caught in the crossfire for it.
3 tablespoons of milk 3 tablespoons of boiling water
1 teaspoon active dry yeast
8 ounces of all-purpose flour ( just under 2 cups ), I suggest that you weigh and measure. Please refer to my post above.)
1 1/2 ounces of sugar ( approximately 3 tablespoons)
1 ounce of butter, cold to room temperature
1 dash salt
1/3 cup butter
2 cups confectioners’ sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 tablespoons hot , boiled water ( or as required)
In an enormous measuring jug put the milk in a large measuring jug and boiling water. Add a teaspoon of sugar and yeast. Mix it well, and then put it to warm area to allow the yeast to activate (aka foam).
In an enormous mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients: the flour, remainder of the sugar and salt. Cut the butter with the fingers of your hands or with a pastry blender until it is the consistency of crumbles.
Mix an egg (give it a quick beating) as well as the yeast mix to your flour mix and mix to form an even dough. This typically takes around five minutes to mix.
The dough should be spread out on an unfloured countertop and work it for 5 to 10 minutes. It should feel soft and small bubbles will form on the surface. Return it to the bowl. Cover it with either plastic wrap or cloth and let it rise for around an hour or so until it has doubled in size.
After it has risen, put the dough on the countertop and slice it in four pieces. Each piece at a time and then make it into a rope that is about one and a half inches wide. Cut pieces that are about one inch long. Roll them up using your hands and then put the pieces on baking pan or wire rack for a while to rest.
Cover the holes of the doughnuts with a damp cloth and let them rise as you warm the oil to 350degF.
Put the doughnuts in the fryer and let them cook them until golden brown on both sides approximately 2 minutes. Make sure you fry only one at a time so that they don’t crowd together and get stuck together.
Discard the excess liquid on a towels or wire rack on a cloth before glaze them. Make sure you glaze them in warm water otherwise they won’t be able to get that delicious coating!