The "Luther" Donut Burger is one of the unhealthiest burgers to date, averaging at around 1,000 calories per burger. Although the origins of the donut burger are mostly speculative — its name is often attributed to R&B singer Luther Vandross — many restaurants have incorporated the trend into their menus. They’re classically made with two donuts (or one cut lengthwise) instead of buns, and comprised of a hamburger patty, cheese, and bacon. To make your own version at home, simply choose your favorite brand of donuts and build your personalized burger between them. Click here to see How to Make 5 Trendy Burgers at Home
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Munson's Mini Maple SPAM Donuts are fried SPAM rings coated in a buttermilk batter, glazed with a maple icing, and garnished with diced SPAM bites. Whip up this dessert in your home and astound your guests when you reveal the secret ingredient.
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Plain Cake Doughnut
Brace yourself for an unbelievably adorable, moist, and perfectly sweet cake donut that will leave you breathless and endlessly happy. We’re going to bake them, not deep-fry them! If you’re OK with sugar, this should be your go-to recipe, as it yields a fantastically crispy outside that secures the light, pillowy inside. Click here to see Baking with Babycakes.
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The Boston Cream Donut
No, it's not a donut recipe — it's a drink recipe, created with 360 Vodka's brand-new Glazed Donut vodka. In honor of National Donut Day today, mix up a creamy sweet treat with ice cream and sprinkles. Or hey, we can get on board with a boozy sweet any day — not just National Donut Day.
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Jelly-filled donuts have an interesting history. They are variously called Berliners by German and paczki by Poles. No one really knows where or how they originated. Although some trace it to a 1485 cookbook, Kuchenmeisterei (Mastery of the Kitchen), which gives a recipe consisting of jam sandwiched between two rounds of yeast dough bread and deep-fried in lard. Then, sometime later, someone got the idea of injecting jelly into deep-fried donuts. In the upper Midwest, jelly donuts are called "jam busters, and are extremely popular. If you're fan of any kind of donuts, these suckers are delicious.
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This recipe is not only filled with pumpkin flavor, but also offers a healthier way to prepare donuts. 
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This classic fall staple is easily enjoyed on Halloween, and satiates the sweet tooth with a dusting of sugar at the end. 
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Manischewitz in a cocktail? Better believe it: the sweetened blackberry wine plays off the citrus and vanilla flavors of the cocktail. The cocktail is made by blogger Faith Kramer. Click here to find more Hanukkah cocktails.
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Want to copy GBD and make your own Campari glazed donuts (or other sweet treats)? Now you can, with a simple and sweet recipe for the glaze. Try it on your doughnuts or any other pastries. 
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Donut Burger
The Original Dinerant, a retro-inspired Portland, Ore., restaurant, serves up a Highland Farms beef patty topped with cheese between a house-fried glazed donut! This crazy mix of sweet and savory has gained a cult following at the restaurant, where it is offered during happy hour. See all burger recipes.
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