Add sugar, Yeast and milk to a mug, cover it up and allow it to prove.
Add eggs and butter to the flour and mix until a crumbly mixture is formed.
After about 5 minutes of waiting, add the flour and egg mix to the Yeast and milk mix little by little and keep mixing until done. Knead it until smooth and elastic.
Cover it up with a cling film and keep it in a warm place to double up in size for nearly 2 hours or so.
After 2 hours, roll out an almost 1 cm thick circle and cut out medium sized small discs. You get almost 18-19 of them from the above given measurements. Cover them up and allow them to puff up during the second rise for about 30 minutes or so. .
Deep fry them in hot oil on a medium to low heat only. Always remember not to fry them on a high heat.
Now beat butter, vanilla essence, cream cheese, powdered sugar and lemon juice until well combined. Last but not the least, mix in roughly chopped Mulberries to it.
Fill this mix up in a piping bag and get ready for some action now. All the doughnuts should be at the room temperature.
Make a small hole in all the doughnuts either from the top or the sides very carefully and pipe in the cream cheese and Indian Mulberry mix into each one of them.
Use chocolate glaze on top of each of these doughnuts and dust in some powdered sugar before serving them to your lovely kiddos.
An absolutely fantastic dessert idea for all the kids out there by me. I have used our very own Indian Mulberries easily available in every fruit markets nowadays. The sourness of Mulberries and the sweetness of the Cream cheese compliment each other so very well. Try these to believe it friends. You will fall in love with these yummy beauties instantly. Happy Dessert Time Kidz!