- 2 large ripe bananas
- 175 gr. of flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 65 gr. of brown sugar
- 65 gr. of sugar
- 75 gr. of unsalted butter, softned
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla
- 3/4 c. of chopped pecans
1. In a medium bowl mash bananas, add vanilla and stir in chopped pecans. Stir together flour and baking powder in a medium bowl, then in a large bowl beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy, add egg and continue beating, slowly stir in flour and bananas. And just because my mom loves chocolate and my dad doesn't I added 1/2 c. of chocolate chips to half of the mixture.
2. Cover the mini donut pan with butter spray and fill with the mixture (I found it easier to fill them with a pastry bag). Bake at 360°F for about 15 minutes or until completely risen and golden brown.
3. So now you will end up with these lovely mini donuts but I thought they were kinda plain so I decorated them with white icing.
To the ones with chocolate chips I grated chocolate on top and filled the hole with more chocolate chips.
And to the ones with only pecans I filled the hole with more pecans, I made them both happy (I'm such a nice daughter)
You will be so excited when you see all this donuts on your table, just waiting for you
Gracias mi Bety, sabía que me darías gusto con el chocolate THXSReplyDelete
These look so cute! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What a creative save...these are just adorable!ReplyDelete
Fantastic! I must try :)ReplyDelete
I want this donut pan so bad! These are so cute and perfect size for portion control. I love the glaze...so cute!!ReplyDelete
Best idea ever is right! Sigh. I need a donut pan. And some brown bananas. These look awesome!ReplyDelete
These are so adorable! I really need to get my hands on a donut pan, pronto. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
These are absolutely beautiful. I've never been much of a doughnut person, but I'm willing to suspend that apprehension to give these a shot.ReplyDelete
I love how you turned a near disaster into a huge success. Congrats! Your mini banana donuts look gorgeous. I don't have one of those pans but I'm not going to the shops to try and source one. They look terrific.ReplyDelete
Those donuts filled with chocolate chips would make me so happy right now!ReplyDelete
I've never seen a donut pan before. I will be looking for one. Better than frying. Great job!ReplyDelete
What a great idea to use the donut pan! They look fantastic, especially with the icing and the chips!ReplyDelete
These look great, so inventiveReplyDelete
I keep seeing donuts this week - but these are the first banana ones I have seen. Cute idea to fill them in the middle. Yum!ReplyDelete
yum yum yum! i love that you can fill them in with whatever you want!!ReplyDelete
yes! that's the best part, next time I'll fill them with nutellaDelete
Banana donuts - what a fantastic idea! They look pretty and delicious.ReplyDelete
They look delicious, Beti. I have that pan, used it for apple donuts I posted.ReplyDelete
The cake in your last post looks delicious too!
I don't decorate the table like that usually, but for Tablescape Thursday we do!
Thanks for stopping by!
Pecans are your favorite nuts, am I correct? Those donuts are so cute. Am glad the extra banana got your creative juices running now you have created a new donut recipe, congratulations!!!!!ReplyDelete
hahaha they do indeed my favorites, thanks!Delete
these look... AMAZING!!! I love your donut pan. Really want one!ReplyDelete
Squeeee! Thank you! I won a mini donut pan aaaages ago and have never made anything with it, because I haven't found a recipe that truly grabs me. Yum!!ReplyDelete
I love all your goodies and to show my appreciation, I would like to present you with the Liebster Award.ReplyDelete
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Mhmm these little donuts look so adorably delicious. I love that you filled them with chocolate and nuts. My younger brother would definitely go crazy for these little bites.ReplyDelete
YUM! These are so cute and look so good too! I've started out trying to make donuts that turned into muffins, it happens! Haha!ReplyDelete
Your donuts are too adorable... they look yummy!ReplyDelete
Beti....these donuts look scrumptious! Don't you love when a near kitchen tragedy turns into such a triumph! I've yet to make donuts...but you've got me wanting to invest in one of these great pans! : )ReplyDelete
These are adorable! Happy to be your newest follower!ReplyDelete
Oh my...these look REALLY good!ReplyDelete
they look adorable.I must may these.ReplyDelete
Oh yum these look divine!!!! I've never made donuts.ReplyDelete
Great job thinking to make doughnuts out of that dough. I want to get a doughnut pan, love the idea of baking them rather than frying. They look great!ReplyDelete
Bananas in a doughnut, loving it. I always have bananas at home, I also have one of those doughnut pans that has never been used. So have to make these. Thanks for the recipe.ReplyDelete
gah! so cute! perfect to pop in your mouth!ReplyDelete
I just got a mini doughnut pan for christmas! I will have to try this recipe with it! YUMM!ReplyDelete
They look so tasty. I need to get my donut pan out.ReplyDelete
cute and deliciousReplyDelete
I'll take a dozen, please.ReplyDelete
I love how you adapted and adapted and just kept making them tastier and tastier - just want to reach across and steal one!ReplyDelete
Just like art, there are no mistakes in baking, only discoveries. :DReplyDelete
These mini donuts look delicious!!
This is my first time and I am loving your desserts. They look so gorgeous that makes me crave for them now. Banana is my super food after a workout and I have them in my handbag all the time. Sometimes indulging in this type of dessert is fine too. I am going to make this with my over ripen ones. Delicious banana donuts. Yum!