As mentioned above, these were difficult to remove from the pan even though I sprayed it with pure canola oil. Perhaps a commercial non-stick spray would work better. Obviously, I don't recommend trying these without oiling unless you have a silicone pan. Better yet, make them as muffins!
3tablespoonssoy yogurt or apple sauceyogurt can be plain or flavor of your choice
Preheat oven to 325. Spray a mini-donut or muffin pan with canola oil or non-stick spray.
Mix the dry ingredients together in a medium-sized bowl. Combine the wet ingredients in a measuring cup. Pour the wet into the dry and mix well.
Transfer the batter to a pastry bag (or ziplock storage bag) and cut off the tip (or corner). Carefully pipe the batter into each donut mold until it’s no more than 2/3 full. (Err on the side of less rather than more, or your donuts will come out shaped funny and lacking a hole on one side!) Bake for 8-12 minutes, until tops are done.
Remove from oven and allow to cool on a wire rack for a few minutes before attempting to remove the donuts from the pan. If necessary, carefully run a toothpick around the edges and centers of the molds to unstick the donuts.
Wash the pan and repeat with the remaining batter.
Once the donuts are cool, prepare the glaze by mixing the confectioner’s sugar well with hot water and adding a drop or two of food coloring if desired. (If the glaze seems too thin, add more sugar; if too thick, add more water.) Dip or drizzle the top side of the donut with the glaze. (The bottoms are very spongy and shouldn’t be dipped.) Be careful to dip the donut very briefly or it will absorb too much of the glaze. Allow to dry before serving.
To make as muffins, I recommend using a silicone muffin pan (paper liners tend to stick to fat-free muffins.) Bake at 375F until a toothpick comes out clean, at least 15 minutes. makes 9-12 muffins.Two mini donuts are 3 points on Weight Watchers' Freestyle program.