These tender, chocolaty Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Donuts will melt in your mouth. They only require a few ingredients, and they bake up super quick. Start your day with a delicious warm donut straight from the oven.
I love Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Donuts, and so do my girls. I use them as motivation for getting my girls out of bed and getting them ready for school. I first shared these donuts on the blog in 2014. I’ve recently given them a refresh.
If they get ready for school on time all week, they get to enjoy a donut for breakfast on Friday. What better way to motivate yourself to get through the week than with a donut?
I can’t think of any. So, donuts it is!
One of the many things I love about donuts is their versatility. Yes, I just used the word versatility in the same sentence as donuts.
There are so many things you can do with a donut, from its cake base to the toppings. My favorite topping is chocolate glaze. My girls like to go all-out and add sprinkles. The options are endless.
You can enjoy these Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Donuts plain, or top them with your favorite glaze. Every person who has tried these donuts has said that you can’t tell that they are gluten-free. If you make these donuts, please stop back by and let me know what you thought!
If you don’t have a donut pan, I highly recommend getting one (otherwise you won’t be able to make donuts). I use the Wilton Non-Stick Donut Pan (affiliate link to amazon that doesn’t cost you anything extra). It’s inexpensive and really is non-stick.
I have two for those days when I want to make a double batch of Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Donuts, or other donuts. I also have a mini donut pan, which I like to use from time to time. Donut pans are inexpensive. You can usually get one for under $10 and I’ve seen them priced as low as $5.
If you like donuts (and who doesn’t?) you might also like my Vanilla Birthday Cake Donuts, or my Gingerbread Donuts. Or both! Like I mentioned before, we do donuts every Friday. I have at least ten recipes for donuts on my site and I also have a roundup of gluten-free donuts.
If you are shopping for a donut pan, I use this affordable Wilton Donut Pan(affiliate link) when I make donuts. You can use whatever donut pan you like, just make sure it’s non-stick. Note that most donut pans don’t need to be greased before using, but some do.
If you are looking for other donut recipes simple search for “donuts” in the search bar at the top left of the page. Did you make these donuts? Please stop back by and let me know what you thought. I always love hearing from people who make my recipes.