Your lockdown cheat meal: How you can make delicious doughnut balls at home using only THREE ingredients
- Professional bakers have revealed how to make three-ingredient doughnut balls
- The ‘cake gods’ from Cake Mail shared the ‘to die for’ recipe on Instagram
- To make the easy dessert you’ll need self-raising flour, yoghurt and toppings
A team of professional bakers have revealed a quick and easy recipe to make three-ingredient doughnut balls at home.
The ‘cake gods’ from Australian business Cake Mail shared the recipe with their 127,000 Instagram followers and dubbed the dessert as ‘to die for’.
In a video, one of the dessert kings demonstrated how to make the irresistible doughnut balls using self-raising flour, dairy farmers thick and creamy yoghurt and a Lotus Biscoff sauce.
‘Once you make these doughnut balls, you’re going to be wanting to make them every single night,’ he said in the video.
The ‘cake gods’ from Australian business Cake Mail shared the recipe with their 127,000 Instagram followers and dubbed the dessert as ‘to die for’
The man began by combining the self-raising flour and yoghurt in a mixing bowl then spooned the soft dough into a Ziplock bag.
A pot of oil was boiled on the stove and the corner of the Ziplock bag was cut to pipe the dough into the hot oil.
The doughnut balls were cooked for three minutes until golden brown then drained and topped with a smooth Lotus Biscoff sauce.
In the clip the man began by combining the self-raising flour and yoghurt in a mixing bowl then spooned the soft dough into a Ziplock bag
When a pot of oil was boiling, the corner of the bag was sliced and the mixture was carefully squeezed into the oil. The doughnut balls were carefully removed from the oil and topped with Lotus Biscoff sauce
The Instagram video has been viewed more than 75,000 times with many dessert enthusiasts wanting to make the doughnuts themselves.
‘We need to try these!’ one woman wrote and tagged a friend.
Another person tried bribing their loved one and said: ‘Can you make me these please? I’ll do the house work for one week, even the toilets.’
Cake Mail are Sydney’s original same-day cake delivery business and also operate in Melbourne.
The team believe in banning all boring birthday cakes and often share simple recipes on their Instagram.
How to make three-ingredient doughnut balls at home
140g self raising flour
190g dairy farmers thick and creamy yoghurt
Topping of choice
Combine the self raising flour and yoghurt in a bowl and mix together
Spoon the mixture into a Ziplock bag
Pour oil into a pot and boil on the stove
When the oil is boiling, slice a corner of the Ziplock bag and pipe the mixture into the oil
Cook for 2-3 minutes or until golden grown
Drain and top with dessert sauce of choice
Source: Cake Mail