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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Donut Season | Cider Donuts, Classic Glaze or Chocolate Glazed Donuts


Donut Season
Since it is officially Donut Season (right?), I have restocked the homemade donut making supplies in the store so you too can enjoy warm, homemade donuts in your pajamas on the back porch : )
I shared this photo last year as part of my Halloween Collection.  Homemade Cider Donuts dripping with glaze... can you even stand it?!  Well, I went to put them on my list for the week and did a quick search for the recipe on my blog, only to find out that I forgot to share it.  So, I'll be sharing the recipe next week - when I make them again : )


These Classic Baked Glazed Donuts were inspired by a Barefoot Contessa Recipe (but really what isn't?).  You can glaze them or coat in cinnamon or sugar.  These are as simple as making muffins - but so much better.
These Baked Cider Donuts are a seasonal twist on the classic glazed.  They are spiked with spices and that earthy, sweet apple cider flavor.  And rolled in cinnamon sugar.   Bonus, in the recipe link you get to see 1-year-old Emma picking pumpkins (3 short years ago). 
What can I say about these Chocolate Glazed Donuts?  Isn't the photo enough?  I guess I could reveal that they are made from frozen bread dough, and so so easy to make.  Not to mention you get an excuse to make dripping chocolate glaze.  And eat them warm.

Now that you're inspired, you can get properly outfitted for the season.  Happy Weekend : )

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