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Type F-YRD Yeast Raised Donut Depositor

The new method of making yeast-raised donuts that are as delicious as those made by rolling and cutting dough!

With the Type F-YRD, mix dough approximately as usual, then load it directly into the hopper without resting. The depositor drops the donuts onto a screen.

From there, it's as normal - proofing and frying are the same as if you had rolled and cut dough using the normal method for yeast raised donuts.

The finished donuts have an attractive, consistent, well-rounded appearance. They have a distinctive taste, texture and bite that are every bit the equal of other raised donuts. 

  • A mobile table with mounting system is available to securely hold the Type F-YRD while depositing. 

Type of donut

Yeast raised ring donuts (only)

Maximum finished donut size (depends on ingredients)

3¾-4 inch (95-102 mm), can be adjusted using dial setting

Powered by

Electric motor

Hopper capacity

15 lbs (7 kg)

Deposits per minute

60 (when trigger pressed continuously)

Plunger and cylinder

Included with standard model

Compatibility

Worldwide

Certification

NSF, CE

The F-YRD extrudes the dough through a donut-shaped opening formed by the plunger.

  • The donut mix recipe is similar to other yeast-raised donut mixes, with some slight differences.
  • Dough is mixed in the usual way, then transferred immediately to the hopper. A roll sheeter is not used.
  • The plunger used is not the same as a cake donut plunger (see photo above).
  • A small amount of 'slurry' is poured into the plunger before depositing begins.
    • The 'slurry' consists of watered down donut mix and is a quick and easy job.
    • This maintains a vacuum in the extruder and makes it easier to extrude the dough.
  • The dough must be manually pushed to the bottom of the hopper. This prevents gaps, and partial deposits.
  • Donuts are deposited onto fryer screens. Each donut needs room to expand.
  • Proofing is normal, usually 35-45 minutes.
  • Frying is normal.
  • Deposit size can be adjusted.
  • Maximum finished donut size is 3¾-4 inch (95-102 mm), dependent on ingredients used.
  • For ring donuts only.
  • Type F-YRD can be used with Donut Robots® using Trays and Cloths, instead of Screens.

Donuts created by the Type F-YRD show subtle differences to other yeast raised donuts.

These are general observations from a consumer perspective.

  • Donuts are more consistently well-rounded than other yeast raised donuts.
  • Donuts present a slightly less 'puffy' appearance.
  • Donuts have a pleasing, slightly 'chewy' bite and texture.
  • When broken in half and examined, Donuts have an even, consistent cell structure.
  • Donuts can be glazed, iced and sugared as normal.