Who doesn’t love donuts?! Powdered, chocolate, glazed, sugar, sprinkles, there are so many choices and yet they all taste DELICIOUS. When I was a little girl, Sunday mornings meant donuts. Before we headed off to church we stopped in the same Dippity Donut store and I got to choose my favorite treat. It was a small, sweet tradition that was always one of my favorites. Today I’m thinking back to those delicious Sunday mornings when I was a kid and sharing 10 homemade donut recipes.
Homer Simpson Donuts. These creative donuts from A Beautiful Mess are a cute spin on The Simpsons’ kind. Not only are they adorable and almost cartoon like, the raspberry frosting is sure to be a fruity crowd pleasure.
Devil’s Food Doughnuts. When I was a little girl I would always choose devil’s food donuts. This recipe from Katie All Over brings out the best in my favorite donut. Chocolate on chocolate, dry chocolate with moist chocolate, this is perfection.
Old Fashioned Sour Cream Donut Holes. Donut holes are perfect because you can just pop them in your mouth, and have more than one without feeling too guilty.This recipe for donut holes by Hummingbird High would most likely make us eat way too many!
Plain Cake Donuts. Looking for a simple donut to make without any of the bells and whistles? Then look no further than this recipe from 10 Buck Dinners. A plain cake donut may seem boring to some people but some mornings all I long for is a great plain cake donut to dip in my coffee!
Bear Claws. When it comes to bear claws, this phrase comes to mind- go big or go home. This recipe from Gwen’s Kitchen Creations combines everything I love about a donut. Sweet, salty, savory, and so much more. You could call it the big daddy of donuts.
What’s your favorite donut? Have you ever made homemade donuts? Leave us a comment and share!