I grew up eating these sephardic donuts and they are the easiest donuts you will ever make! The dough comes together in less than 10 minutes, let it rise for 1 hour, and then you just drop messy bunches of the dough right into the oil. And don’t skimp on the powdered sugar!
I’ve been talking about this donut for way too long and I’m so happy it’s finally here. After 6 test batches and a whole lot of frozen donuts that I’ll be turning into bread pudding, I’m so proud of this final Spelt Honey Doughnut recipe (you can print out at the bottom of this post). […]
It’s Chanukah time again and you know what that means, right??? Well, besides all of the latkes going viral on the internet right now, there’s also some room for donuts! Last year, myself, Miriam from OvertimeCook, Chanie from Busy In Brooklyn, Amy from What Jew Wanna Eat and Sam from The Little Ferraro Kitchen threw a Virtual […]
Yeah, I know, you can say it. These doughnuts look goooooood! A fried rich chocolate doughnut (yes, you can bake these doughnuts also), peanut butter marshmallow filling, ripe bananas and lots of chocolate and peanut butter on top. With all that chocolate in every bite of these dairy free doughnuts (did I mention that they […]
I am ready for Thanksgiving now. I have homemade apple cider doughnuts AND they are grain free. I know, I know, some of you are waiting for a delicious gluten-filled yeast doughnut and I will be sending one your way in a few weeks (I have big plans) but for now, I’m at least trying […]
I am so excited to share this special new recipe with you today. JoyofKosher.com asked me to develop a recipe using Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews for the holiday season and I could really only think of one thing…doughnuts! I am addicted to making homemade doughnuts, fritters, birmuelos and any other dough I can fry in hot […]