Gluten Free Nutella Doughnuts & A Cookbook Giveaway!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Nutella Doughnuts

I'm in Utah folks! Got in Salt Lake City yesterday afternoon and I'm heading to The Canyons Resort in Park City Utah where the Evo 10 Conference is held this year. To say that I am honored and stoked is putting it mildly. Yesterday as I was watching my inbox implode in between two planes, I just smiled and thought "breathe - take the travel time as a time out". I am looking forward to this week, complete with the workshop in Boulder. Work does pile up when you can't look! It's fine though. It's actually better than fine. It's impossible to complain when mixing work and play in such beautiful scenery as the mountains of Utah and Colorado.

Nutella Doughnuts

Before I left I treated B. to a couple of special treats and of course stocked the fridge and freezer. When I made these Nutella Doughnuts from Lorna's cookbook, The Newlywed Kitchen, they almost ended up being dinner. We just could not stop eating them. Pop. Pop. Pop. Oops... Tender, moist, tangy and filled with Nutella....the one thing we truly fight over in the kitchen. If you finish the jar and do not replace it, be ready to face a mini temper tantrum. And not necessarily from me...!

Nutella Doughnuts

Last week I raved about the simplicity of the Parmesan Roasted Asparagus Tomatoes and Eggs I made from her cookbook. Well, let me raved about how spending a little bit of time in front of the stove to fry these babies up was worth it. Ten times that even. The recipe comes together in no time and the size of the doughnuts makes them the perfect little bite to have after dinner or as a treat (but you won't stop at one, let me tell you that!). The oozing Nutella in the center? Literally the proverbial icing on the cake. Per-fect.

Sour Apples

I love drop doughnuts and the simplicity of Lorna's recipe makes them so easy to adapt gluten free. If you are afraid of deep drying. Fear no more. The temperature given for the oil is right on for these. They turn into perfect airy pockets with a slight tang coming from the ricotta and lemon zest. Love how the Nutella plays so well with the lemon zest. Just the right touch of it too. They are so good plain too. Filled with some strawberry jam I made last month. I even filled some with compote I made after the neighbors gifted me with a basket full of sour apples.

Nutella Doughnuts

Another successful bite from Lorna's book! And guess what? Today is your chance to get your hands on a copy to see and taste what I am talking about! That's right! Lorna is graciously giving away a copy of her book to one of you. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post (anonymous please sign a name) - between today Thursday June 24th and Sunday June 27th, midnight Easter time. A winner will be picked at random from the comment pool by my better half.


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up

While in Salt Lake City I stayed with Maria and Josh, the team behind Two Peas And Their Pod and we are heading together to the conference, meeting up with Kristen, Katie, Amy and a whole bunch of people I'm thrilled to meet for the first time. Since this morning is pretty much the most quiet time I foresee for the rest of the week, I thought I'd post some snapshots of our "Bloggers Meet Up". I'll try to post snapshots of the conference, attendees and speakers as I go along.

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Maria and Christie.

Maria organized a little get together for me and Christie from The Table Runner graciously hosted it at her beautiful home. We spent hours talking about life, blogging, food, kids and so much more. Made me go to bed with a full heart and a skip in my step. Thank you ladies for your generosity!

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Group Shot

From left to right: Becky at Project Domestication, Barbara from Barbara Bakes, Maria from Two Peas and Their Pod, Brooke from Cheeky Kitchen, Holly from Phemomenon with baby Kayla, Bonnie from City Home Country Home, Dara from Cookin' Canuck, Becky from The Vintage Mixer and Chrisie from The Table Runner up front.

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Dara.


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Becky


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Jaime from Sophistimom makes the best Italian sodas....


Good luck in Lorna's cookbook giveaway!

Nutella Doughnuts


Nutella Doughnuts, courtesy and copyright Lorna Yee from "The Newlywed Kitchen" cookbook.

Makes about 14 doughnuts

Note: to adapt these gluten free, I replace the flour with 1/2 cup superfine sweet rice flour, 1/4 millet, 1/4 cup sorghum flour, and added 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum for a smooth dough.

3 large eggs
1/4 cup sugar
8 ounces whole-milk ricotta
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
Canola, vegetable, or peanut oil for frying
Powdered sugar for dusting doughnuts
1 cup Nutella

In a large mixing bowl, stir together the eggs, sugar, ricotta, salt, and vanilla extract. Add the flour and baking powder, and mix until just combined.

Heat 3 inches of the oil in a deep pot until it registers 375 degrees F on a deep-fat thermometer. Drop a tablespoon of batter into the oil and cook for about 3 minutes on one side, and 2 minutes on the other side. (Do not make the doughnuts much bigger, as the outside will brown too quickly and they won’t cook through.) Don’t overcrowd the pot--you will probably need to fry the doughnuts in three batches. Cut one doughnut open to make sure it’s cooked through before removing the rest of the batch from the oil. When the doughnuts are cooked, scoop them out and allow them to drain on paper towels. Repeat with remaining batter.

Dust the doughnuts with powdered sugar and pipe Nutella into the center of each one. These doughnuts are meant to be devoured warm out of the fryer, so make them just before you’re both ready to eat them.

Variation: Add 1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon or orange zest to the dough and fill the doughnuts with your favorite jelly or lemon curd.

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Gilberta said...

I would love to have this cookboook !

Florian Brand said...

They look so Yummi... gotta bake these tomorrow!!!

Constance said...

One question - what's the technique for frying the doughnuts in the plump round shape shown in the photos, rather than a teardrop shape?

bunkycooks said...

This was a beautiful post. If I made those donuts I would have to eat them all! I really enjoyed seeing the pictures of your time spent with fellow bloggers. It looks as though you had a great time and I bet the temps are wonderful in that part of the country.

Val said...

Nice, thanks for hosting the give-away! Everything you make from this book seems spectacular. The words "lemon zest and nutella" are now running through my head like some tasty mantra of things to come. Must. Go. To. Market.

Tovah said...

I would love to encourage my husband to come cook with me. And the food you've made looks great! Sign me up:)

Julie Alvarez said...

These look amaaaaazing! And I am a sucker for nutella, so... It will be hard making them and not eating them all!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Sriprae said...

Yum! Your posts are so delightful and the pictures inspiring. Thank you!

Librarian Who said...

I'm getting married on September 4th, and even if I weren't I would love to win this cookbook. Quite frankly, it has been on my wish list for a while now, and it would thrill me to me toes to win. Love your blog!

Angie said...

Looks like such a fun time! I would love to win the cookbook and this recipe looks amazing!

Jennifer said...

Your recipes always look so yummy. Hope you are enjoying Park city. It is a beautiful place!

ragamuffin child said...

I love Nutella! Never thought of putting it with lemon or donuts! Have to try this.

The Lady Nomad said...

Yum!!! My friend and I practically ate Nutella everyday when we were in Portugal and Spain... We'd buy a jar and a baguette and be set for breakfast, or a snack, or dessert, or whenever!

cathy said...

these lil' bites look delicious! i'm not one to post much, but i make exceptions when it comes to nutella! ;o) thanks for the yummies and the giveaway! :o)

Anonymous said...

Wow, those look amazing. Although I have enough problems eating Nutella out of the jar, let alone in donut form! YIKES!

Bobbie

fresh365 said...

Wow! I have never been a huge docnut fan, but homemade ones with a nutella center are having me rethink that!

Draegermansgal said...

Looks like a great group of people to hang out with. Have fun!
Nuttella Doughnuts = Heaven on a plate:)

Rebecca said...

Those look absolutely delicious. My son just LOVES Nutella.

Linda said...

I love nutella! And your doughnuts look fabulous. Mmmm...

My Barefoot Angel said...

My kids are nuts about Nutella and donuts as well. What a great combination! Your blog is an inspiration to me, can't wait to try the recipe.

alexengijon said...

mmm I love the smell of cooking donuts, although I have to admit I'm more a fan of the old strawberry jam filling.

Calantha said...

Mouthwatering! And so is the cookbook, or so I have heard!

kate said...

i really love this post, my boyfriend loves doughnuts and living in france there is nutella everywhere, i will have to fry up some of this goodness this weekend!
merci beaucoup!

Anonymous said...

Although I'm not a newlywed, I love cooking with my sweetheart. We'll be making these doughnuts this weekend.

jyllpresley@gmail.com

ashleymoss said...

What a great recipe! I'd love a copy of the cookbook!!

David said...

nutella? doughnuts? those look fantastic!

that book looks very interesting.

Cristina in FL said...

Yayy! I can't wait to try these! I can almost taste them already!!

Erin said...

The combination of donut + nutella is absolutely dreamy.

Madeleine said...

Nutella + doughnuts = le bonheur
I keep telling myself this is the day I'm going to win one of your fab giveaways! Fingers crossed!

abbymaya said...

The doughnuts look yummy and all the pictures are gorgeous.

Erica the Ninja said...

I have been wanting to get a copy of her book! These doughnuts look fabulous! Have a great time at Evo!

sacha said...

Oh my.. I will definitely be making these very soon! I haven't had a doughnut hole (or tim bit as we call them up here in Canada) for over two years now!

Thank you so much for posting this recipe! And as a soon to be newly wed, this book sounds amazing too!

Judy Simons-Gerstley said...

Thank you for posting the Nutella Doughnut recipe!
I enjoy reading your blog and love your gorgeous fotos, something I aspire to for sure ( taking gorgeous food fotos ;-) )
Thanks also for the opportunity to win The Newlywed Kitchen book!

Judy

beverlylynn said...

Those doughnuts look amazing! And I bought a bunch of white asparagus yesterday just to make the dish you posted!

Liz said...

I always have Nutella in the house. My 4 year old daughter adores Nutella just about as much as I do. The Nutella doughnuts might make a great surprise for her one day soon...

Jana Hyde said...

Thank you -- many thank yous -- for including gluten-free recipes and for making them all look so delectable! I still feel like a newlywed, even though we celebrated 19 years on Tuesday. Let's hope I don't still COOK like a newlywed!

Leah said...

I'd love to have this cookbook! I made the Asparagus, tomato, egg recipe the other night. It was such an easy and yummy dinner!
Good luck to us!

Lexi said...

Those donuts look yummy. Beautiful photos.

Jan said...

YUM! I'm officially drooling! thanks for the recipe! I can't wait to make them this weekend-

Wanda Lopez said...

Love getting together with friends; specially when there is a chance to make new friends.
Nutella doughnuts, smart!

Christy said...

Looks fabulous and delicious!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Welcome to Utah!

I live about 10 miles from the Canyons so maybe I'll see around town! LOL....

Mollie said...

I haven't had nutella since I lived in Niger and it was the only chocolate around! I think it's time for me to go back to it!

Blandine said...

Hi Helen,

this book seems to have gorgeous recipes in it...
I hope you have a good time at the conference.

Cookie baker Lynn said...

I hope you have a wonderful time and come back relaxed, refreshed, and recharged.

As always, beautiful food and gorgeous photography!

Brittanie said...

Looks like a great book!

Jeannette said...

yum-o. these sound delicious. and i have a tub of nutella just waiting for them!!

flamegoddess65@aol.com

Jessie said...

Yum, yum, yum! I will have to join the masses in applauding your delicious looking GF doughnuts. And with nutella? Can it get any better? Mmmm.

Eunice said...

Nutella is our favorite! Looks like we'll be making doughnuts soon!

Jacinta said...

Thanks for the beautiful pictures and recipe... I'd love to see all the other delicious things in her cookbook!

Stephanie C. said...

Sounds yummy! I want nutella doughnuts!

Claire said...

I love Nutella, and will have to try this recipe! And isn't Utah a beautiful state? :-)

~Claire

wren said...

So glad you came through our mountains! It was an especially lovely couple of days. Cool (which is unusual!) Such beautiful doughtnuts, you could probably convince people to eat nutella off of a plank...but no one turns down donuts, right? hopefully not..

Jael Sims said...

Those look delicious! Doughnuts and Nutella- sounds good to me.

Brianne said...

Would love to win this cookbook, I've been drooling over the recipes posted around the blogosphere for the past week or so. If I don't win I'll just be suppoerting Lorna!

Lisa said...

those doughnuts look amazing, and i would love to try some new recipes from the newlywed kitchen cookbook!

Kirstin said...

Thanks for having a giveaway! I hope I win, these recipes you've posted about look soooo good!

Mary said...

I've been thinking a lot about making doughnuts, and now I think it might even happen this weekend! They look fantastic.
:)
It's so fun to see pictures of some of the bloggers I am familiar with--thanks.

valerie said...

mmm homemade doughnuts! too bad my apartment is too tiny to fry anything in... it would smell like oil for a whole month!

Kim said...

Yum! Those doughnuts look delicious!! Love nutella! Thanks for posting the recipe, can't wait to try it.

Tara said...

Oh yum! I may need to scrap tomorrow's breakfast plans and just go with these. I don't think anyone will mind. ;)

mary said...

thanks! those doughnuts look wonderful.

Diane said...

I recently moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina and my travel partner and I love to cook. Since we cooked so much back home in the states, it really makes me feel at home here. Also, we love nutella!!

Amber said...

Oh, those look so yummy! I would love to win her cookbook!

lauren said...

Nutella makes everything better! I'm about to be a newlywed too!

Overanalyzer: said...

Ooooh. Yum. My partner is allergic to nuts, I'd like to try it with jam instead. Wonder if it would work?

Yvette

Anne @ the doctor takes a wife said...

Would you believe that I"ve never had nutella?? But I do love donuts :)

Julea Ivancovich Photography said...

YUM! Nutella reminds me of backpacking through Ireland and snacking on crackers dipped in Nutella! YUM! The only thing better than that is Nutella Doughnuts! I am making these!

Julea Ivancovich Photography said...

YUM! Nutella reminds me of backpacking through Ireland and snacking on crackers dipped in Nutella! YUM! The only thing better than that is Nutella Doughnuts! I am making these!

Pure Indulgence said...

These doughnuts sound amazing...and it always helps when a cookbook (and the chef behind it) gives you a perfect direction like the oil temperature to get the right consistency in your baked good. = )

-Claire G. Weber

indulginginguiltypleasures.weebly.com

eula said...

nutella donuts sound great! what's that purple stuff behind the italian sodas? thanks for the giveaway!

Alyssa said...

Yum!! I'm definitely going to have to try those! Anything with Nutella is just plain HEAVENLY!

Anna said...

Those doughnuts look fantastic! Anything with chocolate is okay by me :D

Reya said...

Oh, I'd love to make these doughnuts with lemon curd! Mmmm...!

Mimi said...

Oh that looks delicious ! I'll try that on week end, hope i'll make that successfully ! And i'm in for the contest by the way, the book looks great ;) Have a sunny week-end and a nice evening !

Michelle

Danja said...

Anything made with Nutella must taste divine. My favorite spread is Linolada, which is half chocolate-hazelnut and half hazelnut-milk spread.

Peach Tracy said...

Those doughnuts look so wonderful. They'd be good with a nice cup of coffee.

tanya said...

Can always use a wonderful new cookbook!

Anonymous said...

Love the pastries, it looks so yummy!

xOXO,

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Boutet said...

I love all the beautiful pictures! And your recipes are taking me deeper into the hearts of my newly aquired inlaws :)

Patricia Scarpin said...

Yum, Nutella! I love Nutella in just about anything, Helen - and these precious doughnuts are no exception!
Lovely!

Shaheen {The Purple Foodie} said...

Blogger events are so much fun! And the nutella doughnuts look so good.

HJ said...

Gosh, those donuts are making me hungry!!! Nice photos!!!

Joy said...

I love anything with nutella and especially since you used rice flour, I'm in love. I can't wait to try this.

Mrs. Buzz said...

I LOVE your blog! Thanks for all of the gluten free recipes. It such a blessing finding recipes for such "delectable delights" that I can enjoy again thanks to all of your hard work converting them.

Rosie said...

Donuts and Nutella? Yeah, these have to happen.

Ryan said...

Mmm..I'm definitely going to make these with orange zest & orange filling (for breakfast tomorrow I think!!)

Jolly said...

These looks amazing! Enjoy your time in Utah!

djw209 said...

I just had a spoonful of nutella and so these doughnuts are right up my alley!!

djw209 at gmail dot com

this free bird said...

these look so amazing i CANNOT wait to try!! i keep a gluten-free life and was so excited to see doughnuts!!! my heart just started racing because i miss them so much (espesh the ones my mom makes...sigh)

anyway, thanks so much for sharing. would love to win that book!

-carrie

the blonde, herself said...

Looks Yummy!!
-Meg

Erin Farrell said...

OOH! Those donuts looks so tempting! I cannot wait to try them Gluten Free! I think even my gluten loving fiancee will love them! Thank you for sharing!

Rhonda said...

Laughed about the temper tantrums, my hubby loves his Nutella. As always, your pictures look delicious.

LittleWit said...

I immediately added that book to my wishlist after seeing your last post. It looks like a lot of fun and I can the boy being quite excited to have some of those doughnuts!

Dayl said...

I LOVE Nutella! I love it so much I make my significant other keep it in the garage if he purchases it... then I won't be tempted to sneak into the kitchen at midnight for a few tablespoons...

I can't wait to try the doughnut recipe!!

Dayl

Adi said...

A craving is born... I love doughnuts.
Thanks for the giveaway!

adiluria [at] yahoo [dot] com

Anonymous said...

and i thought nutella alone was amazing...thanks for the recipe!

terri

Nikki said...

Yum! Sounds so good!!!

Miriam said...

Very glad that Nutella seems to be catching on here more and more in the US. Especially with fun treats.

Doughnuts with a Nutella filling! What more could one ask for.

Enjoy the conference. I love the Mountains of Utah, So beautiful!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

oooh now I really want to make them!!

Whitney said...

This cookbook is actually already on my wedding registry, but if I win it, and I can move another fun kitchen item onto it instead!

Irene said...

Wow, looks delicious! & always a good time when everyone gathers together :)

Charli said...

That sounds amazing. I love nutella--I used to keep a jar in my desk drawer at the office until I was forced into the realization that that was a bad idea...

Megan said...

Those look fantastic! :)

casey cakes said...

Anything fried is welcome in my house!- Casey d.

Kerry said...

I need these Nutella doughnuts! Pick Me. Love Me. Pick Me.

Grimmy said...

Your food and photos always look amazing!! This seems like an awesome cookbook!!

Joey said...

I love donuts! But I never thought of donut + Nutella... YUM! I just have to try those.

Heather @ Gaggle of Giggly Girls said...

Gorgeous photos!! LOVE nutella... yummm!

Susan said...

Being Canadian-American those donuts look irresistable. Thanks to you and Lorna for a chance to win a cookbook with such a nummy recipe!

Sara said...

My mother-in-law has a gluten allergy and I've been looking for something to cook for her. I think she'll love these donuts!

Fang Fang said...

the photos are certainly very mouth watering. would like to get my hands on the cookbook! =)

Ambika Venkat said...

Nutella!! Crispy little donuts filled with nutella! What more can a girl want?? I love to get Lorna's cookbook!

rhonda said...

I could live on nutella! yum!

Kevin Chen said...

The doughnuts look amazing!

Leeshy said...

fantastic!
lovely little blog. So pleased to have found it.
thank you for this awesome little gem.

Ally Nielsen

Anonymous said...

This just absolutely looks amazing. I even have some friends with Celiac's Disease. I can't wait to forward this!

Cheers,
Brian Wakefield

Junyi Wu said...

Anything that uses Nutella is something I have to try making.

truth said...

I just found your blog today and wow! Everything looks delicious, but was terribly intrigued by the gluten free doughnuts. Her cookbook looks amazing. Is it for sale yet?

Christie said...

Can't wait to try these, and I love your blog! Your photography is amazing!

April said...

I would love to win that cookbook! It looks like a lot of fun!

Ellen said...

oh, to bask in the beauty of all that is donuts! such a yummy looking recipe.

Catherine said...

Still haven't found nutella in a grocery store close to me. This is becoming a serious problem.

Love the doughnut holes, though! Perfect setup with the coffee in the background.

kristiapaz said...

Those look delish! I love nutella. Would love to win the cookbook also!

Of course, the pics look gorgeous!

Alexandra said...

Nutelllllaaaaaaa!!!!!! I'm so flipping out my elbows to keep others at bay...ok, not really, my son just needs to bat his eyelashes and my elbows melt! Like those nutella doughnuts....a must try!

Esther said...

This is the first truly new doughnut recipe I have seen for ages.
And my children love aything with Nutella.

kegarnay said...

yummy yummy please please!

kegarnay said...

yummy yummy please please!

Sweet Attempts said...

Mmmm, yay Nutella!

:]

jeane said...

These look like just like little pieces of heaven (= the perfect pick-me-up anytime! can't wait to try them out

Vrunda said...

I like that photo of flowers. Would like to enter in giveaway. Hopefully I will be lucky this time...

Swee San said...

doughnuts with nutella !! yum

alvina said...

i would love to have the cookbook to add to my collection please! it would be extremely useful for my chef career! :D

Shannon said...

Love your photos and blog...I am a big fan...the doughnuts look amazing...

Jo said...

Now this is definitely one recipe to tempt my hubs with ... and with chocolate too! If this recipe is from the "give-away" book, I would so love to get my hands on it.

Salsa Verde said...

Hi Helene,
The doughnuts looks so delicious and the photos are so appetising!!!
Meet other blogger people must be a delight and all of you seems very happy and having great fun.
Hope you have a lovely weekend,
Lia.

Quinn said...

Helen,

They taste pretty good with lavender sugar too. Doughnut holes (that's how we call them in my house) is always my favourite!

Aaron said...

Hi, can I ask how do you pipe the nutella/jam into the doughnuts?

Yvonne said...

They look wonderful! I've got some nutella in the cupboard, leftover from another recipe, and a few hours spare tomorrow afternoon - I now know what I'll be occupying my time with :)

joyce said...

i ♥ those gorgeous pictures
♡ nutella
❤ this site. :)

Pedro F. said...

Hmmm. so good!

Ashleigh said...

perfect summer picnic sweet....

Dani said...

these look so addictive!

have fun on your trip :)

Elizabeth Bailey said...

Those look yummy (as do the Italian soda from Sophistamom)! Thank you for doing this giveaway.

Charlotte said...

I love cookbooks! :-)

Gen said...

A great nutella recipe!

the sparrow said...

I tried to make jam doughnuts by piping blackberry jam into spanish doughnuts but it just ended up jamming up the piping bag. I think the cookbook could help!

Mia said...

I am never without a jar of Nutella... and I understand the temper tantrum situation at your house when there is none to be found :)

Nora said...

Those look fantastic! I'd love that cookbook!

-nora

beaster said...

i love nutella! why don't they sell these in donut shops?!

Anonymous said...

Those doughnuts look amazing. I must try them!
And, thanks for the cookbook giveaway!

Sara-Jayne said...

Anything with Nutella is good in my books :) The cookbook looks like it would be a great addition to our kitchen!

Alyson said...

Mmm. Nutella doughnuts! Those look insanely delicious!

Sophie said...

I want these donuts!! I hope I win :)

Victoria said...

These sound so good!

Silvina said...

Those doughnuts look really yummy... guess i'll have to try and make a batch of them !!!!! Beautiful the pictures of your post.

Jamie said...

Those donuts look amazing along with that nutella!

Katie said...

i would love to win this!

Kari said...

Wow, those look delicious. I will definitely make them and will try fruit fillings. Thanks.

alexis said...

One of the things I miss the most since going gluten free! I love the combination of ricotta and nutella too! The last time I tried to replicate donuts (apple fritters actually). They turned out less that satisfactory. But I'm looking forward to trying out this recipe! Thank YOU!

Aldara said...

Wow, they sound and look extremely yummy! Have a nice weekend!

theartfulgardener said...

Omg, I can't believe how many comments there are on this post! You must be proud to have so many readers on your blog. Laura V.

Raquel from Florida said...

wow nutella!!! Great recipe and thank you for the chance!
Raquel from Florida

Sherri said...

I love these kinds of recipes!

And adding nutella? Instant favorite. Which reminds me, I need to get a new jar...

Amrita said...

Looks scrumptious!

Beth said...

Sounds like a cookbook I've gotta own!

Anonymous said...

Love doughnuts and cookbooks!
Karen

lourdes said...

What a great reason to buy Nutella! Those doughnuts look delicious.

BitteUndDanke said...

I really don't think there's a way to go wrong with Nutella, but I must say that those doughnuts look delicious!

eveysiy said...

i want this book~! :)

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful blog - I'm new here, but love the look of this recipe, and I'm always up for a new cookbook to play with. Hubby laughs at me because I read them like I am reading a novel! :)

Warmly,
Kris
Lvnglyf73@aol.com

Lisa said...

Love Nutella since I spent a semester in Germany. YUM

tape_queen said...

yum! your doughnuts look scrumptious. thanks for doing this giveaway!

Laura said...

Those doughnut look delectable, and the cookbook sounds wonderful!

Trish said...

Always looking for new ways to use Nutella. We go through a ton of it here. Looks like a great cookbook!

Sunshinemom said...

A delicious recipe and a beautiful post. I noticed the little infant in the group picture. I want to plant a kiss on her head there:). The yard looks beautiful. For most of us who live in flats, this is such a luxury!

cara bear said...

those doughnuts look fanTASTIC.
and your photography is beautiful!

Roci said...

Oh, how would I love to be at the EVO 10 conference to learn more about food photography. Helen, your photos are amazing, they are so good you could almost taste the food...mmmh! Specially those nutella donuts!

Dannielle said...

I'd have to sub out nutella for jam, but those donuts look delicious. Thanks for sharing!

Michelle Davies said...

I have only recently summoned the courage to dry deep frying at home again after a messy incident a few years ago with some too-hot-oil and stuffed zucchini flowers. The donuts look like they might assist in the re-discovery process!

Love the photography in your blog.

Tara said...

Like always, beautiful photos! Those doughnuts look amazing. I will definitely be trying those!

Anonymous said...

My young daughter is not able to eat gluten and I love that you make such beautiful pastries and sweets gluten free! Thanks for sharing your own recipes or others converted to be gluten free.

Sat Kaur

Carrie said...

Your photos are beautiful! I love Park City - and doughnuts. Mmmm...

Just Lina said...

Great pictures as usual and great recepie as usual :) thank you for being such an inspiration to me

Jen said...

Mmmm...the possibilities. Would like to try the recipe with a chocolate peanut butter filling or dulce de leche.

Fifine said...

Oh those doughnuts are so cool ! I made them this morning and my children ate them so quickly that my husband & I couldn't have taken them ! But apparently they're fantastic ;)
I would enjoy to get tje book too, that's why i join the giveaway.

Laura said...

Yum Yum!

shiskavov said...

love your website and this dougnuts are amazing..hopefully ill win.ruthy

Stephanie C. said...

I don't think I could dream up a tastier looking doughnut drop! This heaven-sprinkled delight just might be the secret into my husband's heart...

...thanks for the delectable post! A true treat:)

-Stephanie

Michelle Pollak said...

Yum...as a soon-to-be newlywed, on August 7, 2010, I'd love the cookbook. As a nutella lover, I can't wait to try the recipe. Thanks!

Becca said...

I really love that you post your gluten-free recipes. My mom is Celiac and I know one of my kids will end up with Celiac Disease, too. It's nice to know I will be able to make yummy treats anyway! I will have to show these to my mom. She loves nutella and doughnuts. I'm sure it'll be a winner!

Steph said...

Nutella and mini donuts- mmm! I can't wait to try these.

Karen C. said...

The donuts look soooo good! Nutella makes them
ever better. I would love the cookbook, I hope I'm
lucky:)

Jennie said...

Oooooooooooo, nutella doughnuts? That is divine! I can't wait to whip them up!

Julie said...

These look like a really great cheat!-when no one's looking:)-from the way too health conscious gal! Thanx for sharing! Cook book sounds delectable!

Barbara said...

I love these little cake donuts. DH and I made them about a month ago. We filled them with raspberry jam, and rolled them in cinnamon and sugar. The best I remember, they were dinner :)

susan said...

That looks amazing! Would love the cookbook.

Maris said...

Frying things always makes me hesitate (flashback to grease fire when I was 13), but these look so delicious I'm going to have to give them a try!

Vicki said...

They look so good! Vicki x

Steph said...

i want to make donuts, fried, baked, and filled!

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