We'll admit there's not much you could do to make doughnuts inherently better, but making them at home, fresh from the oven or fryer is truly amazing! Whether you're a basic glazed gal, lover of sprinkles, or someone who can't live without jelly-filled, you'll have a blast whipping up these irresistible creations. You may have a favorite neighborhood bakery, but why not skip it once in a while and experiment with some homemade goodies? Your family will love it and the kids will have a blast helping in the kitchen and indulging in the sweet results.
To get your juices flowing, here are 10 Delicious Doughnut Recipes from around the web. (And seriously, is it donuts or doughnuts? You decide.
We'll start you off simple with these easy raised donuts from Butterfly Foodie . The strawberry glaze adds some personality, and you can get creative with the toppings.
These old fashioned chocolate glazed cake doughnuts from Joy the Baker are not only easy to make, but taste A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! You may not really want to know how easy they are to make at home!
What could be more delicious than mixing two of our favorite sweets together – s'mores and doughnuts? If you're feeling adventurous, Tartelette offers this super decadent recipe...
We go international with this contribution from Design Sponge and Luisa Weiss, bringing us a Berliner Pfannkuchen, which is basically a German jelly doughnut filled with plum jam. Jelly doughnut lovers will rejoice and the unconverted will be won over with these delicious morsels.
A while back, we shared our addiction to Nutella (a delightful hazelnut chocolate spread) in our French Toast feature , so we were especially giddy to locate this Nutella-filled doughnut recipe at Sips and Spoonfulls. You won't find these at your local Dunkin' Donuts!
Sure to warm bellies in those cool Autumn and Winter months, this one from Alanabread is a 3-for-1 recipe using juicy seasonal apples. Boasting apple cider pastry plus apple cider glaze and apple bark, this is a stunning recipe for holiday parties or even Thanksgiving dessert tables.
Yes, you read that right … Fonut. If you're fortunate enough to live in or visit Los Angeles, you can try out Fonuts, a purveyor of baked donuts, many of which are gluten and wheat free. If not, never fear, this recipe from Martha Stewart Weddings will give you a taste of what you're missing.
A traditional Malaysian treat, Kuih Keria is a sweet and fairly healthy take on the doughnut. Tapioca flour provides a nice texture while sugar syrup glaze adds to the presentation of this unique dessert.
Using non-traditional ingredients to create a unique spin on traditional doughnuts, A New Bloom brings us this exciting treat. With Spanish saffron and cardamom, along with a lavender honey glaze and pistachios, this is one we can't wait to try.