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I woke up this morning to a very sad little face. He wouldn’t tell me what has wrong, so I waited. A few minutes later her mentioned, “Mom. I have a loose tooth.” I don’t know about you, but loosing teeth is on my list of worst childhood life events too. Poor Cruz. Did you […]

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  • Annie Genovese Lohnes

    I remember being scared about losing teeth, but Emerald is all about it. I think she likes the presents and glitter on her pillow- worth the pain 😉ReplyCancel

Update 2016: Thank you, thank you, thank you for the amazing response to these donuts! They have been featured on so many sites with delightful reviews! If you are looking for other vegan or gluten free desserts, be sure to try our Vegan and Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies, Vegan Pumpkin Maple Spice Bundt, and […]

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  • Luisa Warren

    YummmmmmmmmReplyCancel

  • Raquel Parker

    oh! thanks for this recipe! I am waiting for the dough to rise now 🙂
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  • Joy Dixon

    I made these last night and they were a hit even with non-vegetarian friends 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Claire Watts

    Do you know if this recipe would work with Gluten free flour?!ReplyCancel

    • Ashley of Lovelock

      I haven’t been successful with any vegan and gluten free donuts! Sorry!ReplyCancel

  • […] for the dough to rise. I scoured pinterest for a recipe that seemed simple and found one over at House of Lovelock. It was super simple to make and the instructions were detailed. Glazed doughnuts seemed like the […]ReplyCancel

  • Ella

    what could you use in replace of the egg replaced? Could you use a flax egg or something else?ReplyCancel

  • […] das Ergebnis? Traumhaft!! Ich hab mich dabei grob an das Rezept von House of Lovelock gehalten und bin begeistert! Da im Teig selbst mit Kokosmilch eher wenig Fett ist (ca. 81g auf […]ReplyCancel

  • Jojo Maby

    I made these a while back using aquafaba instead of egg replacer and they were so amazing. I just found your recipe again in my search to make these again. Best recipe ever! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Georgia Meachin

    How much yeast is in a “pack of yeast”? 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tiphani Dearth

    can I use flaxseed and water for the egg replacementReplyCancel

  • […] glazed donuts from House of Lovelock claim to have all of the mouth-watering deliciousness of those Krispy Kreme weapons of the devil, […]ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Donnelly

    This looks amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    Sorry I know this post was a while ago but I would really like to attempt to make these donuts. How many “eggs” does this recipe need? I have a different egg replacer to you..
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    • Ashley of Lovelock

      Hi Emma! The ener-g product used on it’s own is 1.5 teas + 1 teas of water = 1 egg…so this recipe we changed it a bit, but it’s alllmostttt 3 eggs worth, but not quite! Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

  • Nina

    Do you know any substitutes for the vegan butter?ReplyCancel

    • Ashley of Lovelock

      Hi Nina! You can, of course, use real butter! I haven’t explored other options as this worked perfectly for us. Good luck!ReplyCancel