I remember holding a Gameboy Color in my hands for the first time. My brother had bought it with months of saving up for it and I couldn’t believe the handheld color display. Along with the Gameboy he purchased Pokémon Red, which was just starting to get its hype. I loved that game and spent hours leveling up Pokémon and discovering glitches like the MissingNo.. This glitch let you duplicate rare candies infinitely which you then used to up your team to level 99. Honestly, leveling up your team so high is useless because you can beat the whole game with much less, but bragging rights seem to never go out of fashion. And while Pokémon Red has a special place in my heart, Pokemon Silver has to be the best one out there. (Don’t @ me, please.)
I’ve made Star Wars doughnuts in the past, so I thought it’d be fun to do a Pokémon version. Only this time I decided to make them into Ditto versions. If you didn’t know, Ditto is a Pokémon that copies the abilities and appearances of other Pokémon except for their face. I guess this was a way of keeping the same simple face while making fun appendages. But honestly, I think they’re very cute in their own right. Just look at all the plushies that are made of them!
If you follow me on Instagram, you can see the process of making some of these. Click below to be taken to the page:
Pikachu Doughnut Tutorial
Bulbasaur Doughnut Tutorial
Magnemite Doughnut Tutorial
makes about 3 dozen mini doughnuts
2 tbsp. unsalted butter
2 tbsp. vegetable oil
¼ c. granulated sugar
3 tbsp. brown sugar
1 large egg
½ c. whole milk
¾ tsp. baking powder
⅛ tsp. baking soda
¼ tsp. fresh ground nutmeg
¼ tsp. kosher salt
½ tsp. vanilla extract
1 ⅓ c. all-purpose flour
- Preheat oven 350˚F. Spray non-stick cooking spray on your mini doughnut pan.
2. In a medium bowl, whip butter, vegetable oil, and both sugars with a hand-held mixer until smooth.
3. Mix in egg and milk until completely combined.
4. Stir in baking powder, baking soda, nutmeg, salt and vanilla.
5. Stir in flour until smooth, do not over mix.
6. In a piping bag, fitted with a medium round tip, fill each doughnut cavity about ½ full.
7. Bake 5-7 minutes until the doughnuts spring back when you touch it. Do not wait until the doughnut is golden brown, you will over bake it.
8. Let cool in pan about 5 minutes and then transfer to a wire rack to completely cool.
9. Repeat steps 6-8 until all of the batter is used.