I used to love making donuts for church functions, work, school, and other special occasions. I used to make them so much that I even broke my grandmother’s Bosch bowl. This taught me that I would need to make sure when I got my own mixer it would need to be a metal bowl. Throughout the years my kids growing up I continued to make this delicious treat on special days but I hadn’t even wrapped my mind around all the possibilities. I decided to round up a few fun ideas.
#1. Air Fryer Donuts
By: Also the Crumbs Please
With this Air Fryer Donut recipe on your hands, you can make super soft, light, and fluffy donut rings and holes without deep frying. Prepare them the day before, let rise overnight and bake in the morning for breakfast or brunch. It’s like having your favorite Krispy Kreme glazed doughnuts for breakfast without leaving home.
By: Beyond the Chicken Coop
Delicious baked chocolate donuts with a chocolate glaze are a perfect treat for breakfast or dessert. These baked pastries have a rich chocolate taste and a cake-like texture.
By: Any Reason Life
Double your breakfast delights with this baked pancake donut recipe. It is so good!
By: Served From Scratch
Looking for a new way to use those overripe bananas? These Banana Maple Munchkins are fun to make, have a delightful touch of maple, and can be either coated with a maple glaze or rolled in cinnamon and sugar!
By: Hawaii Travel With Kids
Want to re-create a bit of Hawaii at home? Learn how to make Hawaiian malasadas, the super-popular Portuguese donuts from Hawaii.
By:Sugar Spice n Everything Nice
This deep-fried donut recipe comes egg-free, with a little crunch on the outside and soft on the inside.
By: Caked by Katie
Fresh and fruity. Light and zingy. Fluffy and delicious. These baked lemon poppy seed donuts are all that and more. Naturally sweetened with honey, they are bright and full of lemon flavor. Topped with a honey lemon glaze, these dairy-free baked pastries are a fantastic healthy-ish sweet treat to share this spring.
By: Chelsea’s Peach Tree
Baked Vegan Peanut Butter Jelly Donuts are such a great treat, and a fun twist on a classic childhood sandwich. Peanut Butter donuts with a grape jelly glaze topped with crunchy peanuts. These PB&J donuts are made with simple ingredients and take less than 30 minutes to make.
By: Birch and Bailey
These ones are light and airy and made with a combination of sourdough starter and instant yeast. They are deep-fried to perfection and then dunked in the most amazing vanilla bean glaze.
By: Season and Thyme
Sourdough bread isn’t the only thing you can make with your sourdough starter! Try this simple Sourdough Discard Recipe, they are light, fluffy, and oh so delicious. Sourdough Donuts are a wonderful treat and a great way to use starter discard.
By: Greta’s Day
Pastries such as these are a classic breakfast staple. Weekend morning donuts runs are a tradition, especially if you have kids. Making them yourself at home, not quite as much fun or as easy. This recipe solves that problem!
By: Chisel and Fork
With crushed Oreos in the batter and white chocolate glazed topped with more crushed Oreos, there isn’t much better than these.
By: Well If She Can Do It
Make a box cake mix into something magically delicious, like these unicorn donuts!
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