The flavors may seem unconventional, but one bite of these citrus-and-herb baked donuts and there's no going back! A dip in powdered sugar icing gives the donuts a pretty sheen and an extra hit of sweetness.
How could a dessert with sprinkles not make you happy?! This chocolate cake donut uses white whole wheat flour, low-fat yogurt, and canola oil for added nutrition.
Here it is, our most fabulous fall-flavored donut! Apples, cinnamon, and apple pie spice add an autumn flair to the baked donut recipe.
These donuts taste just like they're fresh from the bakery—but with half the sugar! Mashed banana and honey take the place of sugar in this homemade donut recipe, so you can indulge in a sweet breakfast treat without feeling guilty later.
The combination of oatmeal and raisins isn't just for cookies. Try these donut holes to see for yourself!
Canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice load this donut recipe with double the pumpkin goodness. A quick shake in sugar and more pumpkin pie spice provide a yummy final touch.
What more can we say? If you like cherries and you like almonds, THIS is your donut recipe. And if you like to make your food Instagram-worthy, don't skip the powdered sugar sprinkle.
It's the classic flavor no one can resist -- cinnamon and sugar! Made in mini donut pans, you get three homemade donuts per serving for only 172 calories.
Breakfast? Snack? Dessert? At only 169 calories with 2 g fiber and 4 g protein, you can have one of these baked donuts any time the craving strikes.
When only a classic will do, turn to this basic cake donut recipe. For a sweet finish, dip the still-warm donuts in cinnamon and sugar so the topping stays put.