Life is short, so eat dessert first—even for breakfast! The rainbow sprinkles and chocolate frosting on these baked chocolate donuts will make breakfast a special occasion. Even better, this recipe makes mini donuts so you can indulge guilt-free.
Wake up in the most spirited way possible. This adults-only breakfast treat starts with a cherry-orange baked donut and is finished with a bourbon cream drizzle. They taste just like an old fashioned—and are the perfect partner to a cup of coffee.
For the most tender cake donut texture ever, stir a cup of Greek yogurt into the batter. The hint of tang is a nice balance for the rich chocolate and sweet icing.
Decorate cake donuts with frosting, coconut, and marshmallows for a sweet, wintery makeover that your little bears will love. This two-for-one breakfast is for true donut lovers only: A mini powdered sugar donut is the polar bear's face, too!
It takes more than a tasty donut to get labeled as our best donut recipe. Consider these sugar-dusted beauties to be your gateway to delicious donut making. One bite and you'll be hooked.
These dressed-up cake donuts are "beary" cute! Mini chocolate sandwich cookie pieces turn into ears after you remove the white filling and place them at the top of the panda's chocolate frosting-designed face.
Got a few overripe bananas lying around? Skip the banana bread and turn them into something truly magical—a dense, delicious banana donut with a rich, chocolatey glaze.
These donut holes have everything we love about oatmeal cookies: oats, cinnamon, and a generous helping of raisins, of course. These donuts are made extra special by a coating of cinnamon and sugar.
You won't find these donuts at the store! Flavoring baked donuts with fresh rosemary and lemon zest makes them worthy of a spot at your next brunch.
If you love apple cider donuts, you need to try these apple-walnut donuts next. They have all the flavor of apple cider donuts, plus crunchy walnuts and a quick dip in luscious powdered sugar icing. Perfect for an autumn morning!
Cherry-lovers, we have a donut just for you! Dried cherries and almond extract give these donuts a unique and fruity flavor. For an extra burst of sweetness, dust in powdered sugar just before serving.
Give donut holes a party-ready makeover by dipping them in vanilla candy coating. Just like cake pops, you can decorate these donut hole pops to fit in on any dessert table.
Don't have time to make homemade donuts? Glazed store-bought donuts get a toasty and delicious makeover from a quick turn on the grill. Dunk them into one of our two refreshing glazes and revel in your new favorite summer dessert.
An all-star cast of low-cal ingredients makes these DIY donuts a hit. Plus, they're easy to make. Simple and healthy? Sweet.
Life is full of choices; whether to make a chocolate or vanilla glaze for these spectacular chocolate mini donuts shouldn't be one of them. We give you both amazing glaze recipes to try.
Finally, a guilt-free donut. Whole wheat flour, low-fat yogurt, and shredded apple keep this donut moist and fluffy while also helping it stay lower in fat.
Just when you thought a milk shake couldn't get any tastier, we went and added in crumbled frosted cake donuts and a splash of cream of coconut. You can thank us later for this decadent dessert.
We combined everything you love about pumpkin pie and turned it into a donut you can enjoy any time of year. Top it off with a dusting of cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg.
There's a lot to love about these decadent filled donuts. Make the dough the night before, and in the morning just roll out and fry the dough to light, fluffy donut perfection. Fill with chocolate-hazelnut spread and enjoy an indulgent start to your day.
Turn store-bought donut holes into elegant treats with a drizzle of chocolate, a touch of cinnamon, and a sprinkle of toasted coconut. Yum!
Pull out all the stops and make your own homemade applesauce to use in our scrumptious donut and tasty icing recipes. Short on time? Substitute store-bought unsweetened applesauce.
Italians know a thing or two about good food, which is why you can trust that these ricotta-filled fritters (the Italian version of donuts) are gonna be good. Coat in powdered sugar and serve with fresh fruit or jam.
Move over, shortcake: There's a new summer treat in town. Grilled cake donuts team up with fresh berries and a dollop of whipped cream in our creative patriotic dessert.
Cinnamon-and-sugar-coated cake donuts were meant to be paired with warm baked apples. They make an irresistible topping in our fabulous twist on apple crisp.