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Vegetable Doughnuts

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Ingredients

¼ cup Vegetable oil, plus extra for greasing
¾ cup Milk (use lactose-free, soy or almond milk if you prefer)
1 Egg
1 cup Self-raising flour
¾ cup Grated cheddar
½ cup Diced colourful vegetables
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Wholemeal bread
Slices deli ham slices off the bone
Grated Cheese

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Vegetable Doughnuts

  • Medium

Ingredients

  • MAKING SANDWICHES fun AGAIN

Directions

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Makes 6

Steps

1
Done

Preheat the oven to 180°C. Lightly grease six holes of a doughnut muffin tin. Unscrew the lid of your protein shaker and add the oil, milk and egg, followed by the self-raising flour. Close the lid tight and shake it until you feel your arm dislodging itself from its socket, or 1 minute; whichever comes first.

2
Done

Open the lid and pour the mixture into the muffin tin holes until they are threequarters full. Sprinkle the cheese and diced veggies over the top of the doughnuts. The vegetables are meant to represent hundreds and thousands, so use a mixture of colours to make them look awesome.

3
Done

Pop the tin in the oven for 20 minutes or until the doughnuts are cooked through. Leave to cool in the tin, then pop them straight into school lunchboxes or keep them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days or in the freezer for up to 3 months.

4
Done

Spring-wich

1. Remove the crusts from a bread slice and use a rolling pin to flatten the bread.
2. Place a slice of ham on the bottom half of the bread and sprinkle some cheese on top.
3. Fold in the left and right sides by 1 cm and then, starting from the bottom, roll up the bread into a spring roll, or spring-wich.
4. Repeat with more bread, ham and cheese to make as many spring-wiches as you like.

5
Done

Rav-wich

1. Remove the crusts from two bread slices and use a rolling pin to flatten the bread.
2. Place a small amount of ham and cheese in the four corners of one bread slice.
3. Lay the other bread slice on top and use a ravioli or pasta cutter to cut it into four squares. 4. You’ve just made four rav-wiches! Now repeat with more bread, ham and cheese.

6
Done

Sand-ling

1. Use an upside-down mug to cut out a round of bread from one bread slice.
2. Place the bread in your palm and start clapping a few times to lightly flatten the bread.
3. While still holding the bread in your palm, place some ham and a sprinkle of cheese in the centre of the bread.
4. Fold over the bread and pinch the edges tightly to seal the ingredients.

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