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Baked Red Velvet Donuts!

Super moist and spongy baked donuts in classic red velvet flavor topped with powdered sugar or classic vanilla icing. Need I say more?
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My sister bought a donut baking tin a few months ago, and she's been obsessed with trying recipes like this. I'm going to link her to this!
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