Technically you need a bit more than OWYN, but it is the key ingredient for this…
These baked chocolate donuts have brewed espresso in the batter and chopped espresso beans on top of the rich, chocolate glaze. You can have your morning cup of coffee and eat it too!
Looking for a fun Halloween treat to make for the party? These bloodshot eyeball donut holes are so easy to make and the kids would enjoy making them with you! The less perfect, the better!
These perfectly golden, flaky Pumpkin Spice Croissant Doughnuts are ridiculously easy to make and utterly divine. Got 30 minutes? Then you have time to make these!
These donuts take on the flavors and colors of festive funfetti cake, but they are so much better because they are homemade, cakey, sweet, and even paleo. Dive into these glazed confections.
These fresh donuts are about to blow your mind. Filled with a rich white chocolate filling with coffee liqueur and coated in sugar and coffee, these fried beauties are a delight for the tastebuds.
These Indian rice doughnuts are very loosely based on a South Indian snack called Medhu Vada. Medhu Vada are made from black gram lentils (urad dal). Instead of using dal as the key ingredient of the Indian rice doughnuts I decided to mix things up a little and use basmati rice.
How could anything replace the deliciousness of a fried donut? While it make not be an exact replica, we have fallen in love with the ease of a sweet, baked ring. Here are our favorites!
These Old Fashioned Sour Cream Cake Donuts are UNREAL. Unreal. The inside is soft, tender and cakey; and the outside is crispy with a classic sweet glaze. Just like the kind you get at the donut shop!
Sprinkled with crunchy sesame seeds and filled just until bursting with a tahini-honey filling, these fun fried donuts are worth the work and will bring a smile to your face.
Sourdough starter gives these doughnuts an extra depth of flavor and balances with the baking powder for a texture that is somewhere between cake doughnuts and yeast ones.