Sweet Waffle Donut with Chocolate Sauce + Blog Hop

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I have to be honest with you – when this Donut Blog Hop came about, I had full intention of doing an amazing bowl of Donut Holes.  But, I had a major KITCHEN FAIL!  Like… they tasted AWFUL.  I am excited to take another shot at them though, now that a few of my pro cooking blogger friends have shared their recipes and secrets (see below)!

After my kitchen fail, I decided to share this recipe for a Waffle Donut!  Not only do I love this recipe, but it’s almost impossible to mess up! Intimidation be gone!!  Really, anybody with a waffle iron can pull this one off!  

They are just mini waffles – approx 3×3 in size.  And, my favorite thing about them is that they warm up feeling and tasting like they do right out of the Waffle Iron!  So, this is a great recipe to make a lot of to either keep in the fridge for the next few breakfasts or even freeze them!  

Sweet Waffle Donut w/ Chocolate Sauce
A quick and easy Waffle Donut topped off with a simple chocolate sauce and fresh Whipped Cream!
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Waffle Donut
  1. 3/4 cup sugar
  2. 3/4 cup brown sugar
  3. 6 tablespoons shortening
  4. 2 egg yolks and 1 whole egg, well beaten
  5. 1 1/4 cups buttermilk
  6. 5 cups flour
  7. 1 teaspoon baking soda
  8. 1 teaspoon grated nutmeg
Chocolate Sauce
  1. 1/2 cup butter
  2. 4 tablespoons cocoa
  3. 3 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  4. Milk
Instructions
  1. Start by creaming the sugar and shortening together. Then add eggs.
  2. In a separate bowl combine all the dry ingredients and mix.
  3. Add the combined dry ingredients to the creamed mixture, alternating with the buttermilk! Mix until combined - mixture should be sticky. Do not over mix or the Waffle Donut may be dense.
  4. Preheat waffle iron according to its directions. Take a stick of butter and just lightly coat the waffle iron. To keep the sizes of your Waffle Donuts the same, I like to use a small cookie scoop. But, not big deal if you don't have one. My scoops are approx 1 heaping tablespoon in size.
Instructions for the Chocolate Sauce
  1. Melt together on low the butter and cocoa in a heavy sauce pan. Remove from heat and add the powdered sugar. Then add milk until desired consistency. Drizzle over the Waffle Donut and top off with some whipped cream!
Over The Big Moon http://overthebigmoon.com/
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Now check out all these other amazing Donut recipes from 9 other CRAZY talented bloggers!  You seriously won’t regret it (although your waist line might)!  Just click on the picture of the donut you want to check out (or click the word link below the picture)!  

Image Map
Rook No 17 – Mallow Krispy donuts
Our Thrifty Ideas –  Cinnamon Roll donuts
Dessert Now Dinner Later –  Boston Cream donuts
Housewife Eclectic – Powdered donuts
Rae Gun Ramblings – Dairy Free donuts
Tastes Better from Scratch – Sour Cream Old Fashioned donuts
Snap Creativity – Pina Colada donuts
Messes to Memories –  Chocolate Caramel Cake donuts
One Sweet Appetite – Maple Bacon donuts
Over The Big Moon – Sweet Waffle donuts

Don’t all these recipes look AMAZING?!? I am so excited to have a donut making day soon! Have a great week everybody!

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Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!

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    Rebecca Lopez

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    Holy Yum! I want it now.

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    Mariah

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    Oh yum, I think my kiddos (ok maybe it’s me) need these for breakfast one day this week! Thanks for sharing them with us at The Creative Collection.

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    tauni

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    Seriously? A waffle donut? My favorite meal and my favorite dessert all in one? I think I am in love.

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    Carisa Smith

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    What a great idea. Most people probably don’t make doughnuts because it requires special tools, etc. But everyone can make these! I love this idea and would love these for breakfast.

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    jennericksonrookno17

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    From fail to triumph! What a creative idea and a delicious recipe! Pinning to my “Creative Yummery: Doughnuts” board.

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    Rae Gun

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    what a cool idea! These look so so yummy

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    Jessica

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    Mmmm. I like this one because I don’t currently have a mini donut pan.. but I do have a waffle iron! Thanks for sharing!

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    Vanessa Marquiss Barker

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    These look so good. Almost too yummy to eat…almost!

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    Amber @ DessertNowDinnerLater!

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    Where’s my fork?! Looks yummy!

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    Better From Scratch

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    These seriously look amazing! I think your donut fail was meant to be so that you could share this recipe with us! Can’t wait to try it!!

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    Heidi

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    I’m totally drooling, Pam! I want some of these for breakfast–now!

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