When we moved back to the South from Minnesota last summer one of my highest summer priorities was to take our two kids to Krispy Kreme. They watched doughnuts being produced on a large scale and they were fascinated (I have succeeded in making them Krispy Kreme loyalists!)
Sometimes (more often than not!) homemade is simply better. Homemade is affordable, you can tweak the flavors, and if you are lucky there are leftovers! A few of these recipes use prepackaged dough and a few are more advanced. Take your pick: they are all delicious!
Filled with meyer lemon curd, fried, and topped with sugar. These look heavenly.
This is really a cross between a doughnut and waffle, and I love the concept! The maple glaze ingredients sound just about perfect.
A yummy old fashioned cake doughnut recipe.
A spiced donut with nutmeg, cloves, and applesauce and tossed with cinnamon and sugar.
This recipe is a bit advanced, and I am quite sure completely worth it!
Made with smooth blackberry jam. These look completely delectable!
Have you heard of cronuts? Well these are made from crescent roll dough (read: easy). I am a fan!
This recipe uses a frozen bread dough. And my kids love chocolate. Pretty sure this one is a winner!
Had to include this one for the kids. And kids are heart!