Without a doubt we are many who love to eat a donut from time to time, but can you imagine eating Donuts and cake at the same time?
Well, with the recipe we propose in this post that illusion can come true.
Take note of how to make this amazing donut cake with thermomix. You should keep in mind that there are times of wait between step by step, so we recommend preparing it a few hours before serving it (or one day before).
500 grams of liquid cream to assemble (with 35% m.g.)
250 grams of cream cheese (Philadelphia type)
250 grams of whole milk
2 envelope curd
25 grams of brown sugar
25 grams of rolled almonds
30 grams of butter
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
4 semi-sweet or Maria-type cookies
Logically, start preparing the base, placing the biscuits or sobaos to be crushed in the thermomix glass
in the thermomix vessel, program 20 seconds / progressive speed 5-7
Pour the biscuit base into a 25cm cake pan and spread with your hands across the entire diameter of the cake mold. Reserve
Then the donut cream, we will also place it in the thermomix glass (it is not necessary wash) to crush the donut, program 10 seconds / progressive speed 5-7
Then add, the cream, the cream cheese, the milk, and the two curd sachets, program 10 minutes /
Temperature 100 ° / Progressive speed 3
Pour the cream over the sponge cake base that you previously reserved. Let stand and when it is at temperature ambient, put it in the refrigerator for at least 5 hours.
When the cream of donuts is firm proceed to place the cover, pour into the glass of the thermomix the donut along with the semi-sweet cookies, sugar, almonds, butter and ground cinnamon, program 10 seconds / 5-10 progressive speed
Pour the entire mixture over the entire surface, without leaving any blanks, replace it in the
refrigerator and when you like unmold and serve.
Donut cake with thermomix
Amount Per Serving:
% Daily Value*
Total Fat81.26 g
Saturated Fat 38.16 g
Trans Fat 0.59 g
Total Carbohydrate123.07 g
Dietary Fiber 4.13 g
Sugars 49.05 g
Vitamin A 47.5 %
Vitamin C 2.02 %
Calcium 46.33 %
Iron 32.52 %
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.