D is for Delicious Doughnuts

Doughnuts can be kind of average, let’s be honest. We don’t exactly think of them as being a trendy tea time snack. But it looks like they are making a comeback in the world of food, and perhaps we can look forward to eating plenty of fresh and delicious doughnuts at our favorite bakeries in the near future. I have already seen churros (a Spanish variation on doughnuts) with chocolate sauce on the menu at La Belle here in Cape Town. The doughnut may become trendy yet.

Until then, here are some of my favorite doughnut pictures and recipes from around the interweb. Have a happy Monday, y’all.





baked cinnamon sugar doughnuts

mini doughnuts

  1. Doughnuts from hokipoki on Flickr.
  2. Donuts, found on Pinterest.
  3. Doughnuts from Family Favorite Recipes.
  4. Yeasted Doughnuts from Annie’s Eats and Churros with Chocolate Sauce from Simply Delicious.
  5. Baked Cinnamon Sugar Doughnuts from Honey and Jam.
  6. Mini doughnuts from Kirbie’s Cravings.
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5 Responses to D is for Delicious Doughnuts

  1. I totally agree about how they can be average, but they can also be incredible if done correctly. I have to say that filled ones do it for me, though there are little Spanish doughnuts flavoured with lemon that get me going to :D

  2. Reblogged this on Strictly Beautiful and commented:
    I could give an arm for this sugar dusted piece of heaven right now…

  3. Reblogged this on Welcome to Vivianne's Blog and commented:
    This just makes me want to eat doughnuts all day long!

  4. That looks absolutely delicious!!! :)

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