What To Do With A Case Of Bakery Cake Donut Mix?

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sugarMomma Posted 7 Nov 2011 , 9:56pm
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I have several bags Belshaw Adamatic Vanilla cake donut mix, what can I do with it besides making fried donuts, obviously.

It calls for adding 2.25 lbs water to 5 lbs of this commercial bakery mix recipe. Ingredients are wheat flour, sugar, soy oil, soy flour, non-fat dry milk, dried egg yolks and 2% or less of salt, sodium bicarbonate, dextrose, soy lecithin, modified wheat starch, cellulose gum, and sodium acid pyrophosphate.

I inherited a case of it from work after an elaborate Bat Mitzvah thrown by the owner of a large commercial bakery. They had fresh made donuts coming off a mini-conveyer belt fryer for the guests to take home as they left. They left behind tons of pastries for us to take home, and I was the only baker to inherit the remaining donut mix only I have never made donuts before. I would rather try to use this another way than fried batter, can it be converted to cake or some other type mix?

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