Vegan airfryer donuts

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Vegan Air Fried Donuts I have been experimenting trying to get the best tasting vegan donuts cooked in the Airfryer. I don’t deep fry. and there a no good donut stores close to where I live so attempted to make some.  There are lots of donut recipes on the internet I am not good at following recipes and don’t want to bother with things like rolling out dough. I also wanted to get more of a donut shop texture versus baked. The yeast and baking powder works really well.  This recipe is good I am the only one that has tried them though.  I do not usually measure ingredients which is why I don’t bake but I tried so you can make them and give me some feedback. Comment below or on Instagram @livingvancouverloca.  Vegan Airfryer Donuts  Ingredients  2 Tbsp vegan butter melted  1 Tbsp yeast 1 Tbsp sugar  1/4 cup water  1 Tsp baking powder  2-3 cups flour (depends on weather) Pinch salt  Few drops of vanilla (or flavouring of choice)  Approximately 1/2 cup plant milk of choice  Melt vegan butte

Vegan gluten-free sweet potato cake bites




This an adaptation of the sweet potato brownie recipe I tried a few years ago. Read that post here https://www.livingvancouverloca.com/2017/10/october-30-2017-healthy-flourless-vegan.html. New twist these are cooked in the Instant Vortex Plus airfryer oven and the method is a little different. These turned out so good add a bit of alcohol and these could definitely be a dessert option in a fancy restaurant. 


Yesterday I cooked the sweet potato  in the Instantpot on manual pressure for 10 minutes. Let it sit for an hour and then put them in the fridge over night. 

I was making these for breakfast I wanted pancakes and also wanted to see what brownies would taste like. I forgot the maple syrup by accident it wasn’t needed. Pressure cooking the potatoes brings out the sweetness. The only baking tray that fits in my airfryer oven is the mini cupcake one which is perfect. 

For the method I dumped the ingredients in the bowl without measuring. I have approximated the measurements below. 

In one bowl I added 1 sweet potato, 1 Tbsp almond butter, a few drops vanilla extract, 1 Tbsp baking powder, a pinch of salt. Then added coconut almond milk I spilled a little so added a bit too much. Add enough milk to give you a batter consistency around 2/3 of a cup. The baking powder is not needed. I wanted to see what would happen it can be omitted.

In the other bowl I added 1 sweet potato, 1 Tbsp almond butter, few drops vanilla extract, 2 tbsp cocoa powder, 2/3 of a cup chocolate almond milk. 

Then I used a spoon to put into the cupcake tin lined with parchment paper. I added some cinnamon to a few of the cakes in the first bowl. I also added 1 vegan chocolate chunk to each of the chocolate ones. 

My airfryer oven tells me when it is preheated so I set it at bake at 350. Cooked for 15 minutes and turned the tray once it’s not necessary. Then let cool.

I wanted pancakes so tried a few with vegan butter and maple syrup was good but by themselves were better. The chocolate ones were almost like a good quality truffle. 

Definitely recommend giving these a try. If you make these please tag me on Instagram @livingvancouverloca and let me know how they turned out. Enjoy

Recipe summary 

1 pressure cooked sweet potato 

1 tbsp almond butter 

few drops vanilla extract 

Pinch salt 

Plant milk of choice approx 2/3 cup

Added flavours of choice cocoa powder, chocolate, cinnamon 

Mix with a spoon and put in mini cupcake pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes in airfryer oven



 

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