With a little help from Edd Kimber, you too can create these crispy on the outside, light on the inside donuts, glazed two ways.
These baked chocolate-filled donuts with Baileys glaze are deliciously indulgent. Enjoy them as an afternoon treat with a cup of tea, or serve as a pudding. Baking them avoids the hassle of deep-frying if you're not confident. We have more great Baileys recipes over here.
Baked not fried, these pumpkin spiced doughnuts with salted maple glaze not only look stunning but are easy to make, too. You’ll need 6-hole doughnut tins for these. We used Wilton tins from amazon.co.uk
We've taken the classic British combination, strawberries and cream, and transformed it into a donut. These donuts are not only incredibly moreish and easy to make, they're a perfect summertime treat. Discover more of our best strawberry recipes.
Mini jam donuts are easy to make and such a crowd-pleaser. If you love freshly cooked donuts but can’t be doing with deep-frying, this is the recipe for you. Try filling your second batch with Nutella or lemon curd instead of jam. (We also have a Nutella pancakes recipe for chocoholic.)
The best pudding for a dinner party or a weekend treat. This is a fun idea for homemade donuts with an exciting dipping sauce, a delicious creamy whisky sauce. Makes enough for six to eight people.
These baked blueberry donuts with lemon glaze look fantastic, taste delicious and are surprisingly easy to make. Plus, because they're baked not fried, they're healthier than your average donut. You will need a donut-baking tray, available from Lakeland or Sainsbury’s.
Our best fresh donut recipe: these cinnamon-dusted donuts with chocolate sauce are the perfect rainy-day project. If you're feeling particularly indulgent serve with vanilla ice cream on the side.
If you haven't made these donuts yet, you haven't lived. Bit of an exaggeration, but seriously: our ginger and Speculoos-spiked donuts are incredible. And we've even shot a video to show you how to make them. Check out more of our best ever Easter bakes.
Everyone loves Spanish churros and they won’t believe these are homemade! The rich, indulgent hot chocolate sauce is also delicious over ice cream. If you're in the mood for more chocolate, try one of our indulgent chocolate recipes.
One of the pleasures of a Greek holiday comes in those moments after dark (and after dinner) when everyone moves to the tables in a local square to drink coffee and eat plates of tiny cinnamon-scented donuts. Whether your preference is for the sugar-dusted variety or those soaked in honey, try making these donuts at home for a crowd-pleasing dessert with a difference. Find more of our best ever Greek recipes over here.