Happy Mother’s Day! Is there any better way to celebrate than with fresh, homemade doughnuts?!? They are crispy, creamy, fluffy and very hot! I wouldn’t have it any other way. Since Justin and I just purchased patio furniture and aÂ barbecueÂ last week (we moved in to our house eight months ago, at the end of summer), […]
80’s Party Funnel Cakes!
Happy 30th birthday to Tova Small…and thanks for throwing a rockin’ 80’s birthday party. But who knew that getting all dressed up and playing Nintendo would lead to frying dough! I thought Tova’s husband, Adam, was joking when he said he was going to make funnel cakes. I mean, are funnel cakes even from the […]
Classic Fried Donuts
When I first started my blog, I created a baked donut recipe that went viral! It turns out, people really do love finding ways to make their desserts just a little bit healthier. But don’t worry, I still love the classics and frying donuts in oil is what Chanukah is all about, right???
Bimuelos (Sephardic Chanukah Donuts)
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!
Spelt Honey Doughnuts
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). […]
Cake Donut Bread Pudding with Vanilla Glaze
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 […]