But just every now and so often an opportunity arises to call upon the powers of a mini doughnut maker!
-2 cups flour
-4 teaspoons baking powder
-1 teaspoon salt
-1 cup milk
-1/2 cup yoghurt
-2 eggs (more or less depending on the size)
You can also add sugar and vanilla extract if you like.
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Turn on the doughnut maker and fill the holes in the doughnut maker with pancake mix - it says with a spoon in the original instructions but it's way to time consuming - I recommend you use a old ketchup bottle (or anything similar) and fill it with the mix - it will make it a whole lot easier and faster to fill the holes.
I didn't quite thing through this project before I started it so there are some things that can be done better :)
First I used powdered sugar to make all the doughnuts white (I should have used white glazing or white chocolate here!). Then I used M&M's and Skittles to make the noses and chocolate chips for eyes and mouth. While the noses worked out great and were nice and secure the chocolate chips were pretty loose - I ended up using butter cream as "glue" but they still didn't stick all that well and that's why I suggest using white chocolate glaze instead of powdered sugar.