Top Rated Doughnut Recipes

Homemade Pumpkin Cake Doughnuts
Mallory Staley, Pastry Chef at 9 Restaurant in New York City, makes a savory pumpkin cake doughnut, instead of traditional yeast ones because it "provides a better texure and I feel like it's not as fatty — even though I know that's silly to say." Her doughnuts are inspired by the season; she does a blueberry cake doughnut with a milkshake on the side during the warmer months.These spiced treats are fast and easy to make at home. If you need advice along the way, check out this slideshow of the doughnut-making process for some helpful tips and visuals. Enjoy! — Yasmin Fahr
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Easy Baked Doughnuts
The key to a successful doughnut is starting simply. This recipe is not only a quick way to bake delicious doughnuts, it pairs perfectly with a variety of toppings and glazes.
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Apple Cider Brickel Doughnuts
The name of these doughnuts will stump a few people. What is brickle? Brickle is tiny bits of toffee pieces. They add a bit more crunch and flavor—you can get them in most baking aisles in your local supermarket.Recipe courtesy of Diary of a Mad Hausfrau
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Alexandra's couture Halloween doughnuts
Watch some Halloween movies, do your research and find a few pictures for inspiration. Then, grab your supplies and decorate away.  Recipe courtesy of Alexandra Lourdes
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4.5
Doughnut
Baked chocolate chip doughnuts, glazed and dipped in cookie crumbs are a totally irresistible, totally easy, homemade dessert.This recipe is courtesy of Joy the Baker.
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4.5
There are plenty of fried foods that go beyond latkes during Hanukkah and sufganiyot is one of them. You can make the treat with custard, lemon curd and more, but in this recipe the fried doughnuts are filled with jam. Recipe courtesy of Emily Paster, West of the Loop
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4.5
Hungry Boys' Casserole
Mira Walilko won the Bake-off for a hearty beef casserole made with chickpeas and biscuits.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1963.Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off. 
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4.5
Nutty clusters atop a chocolate glazed cake doughnut, inspired by Just a Taste.
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Krafne
We were in the region of Međimurje, in northern Croatia, during for the carnival-like celebration called Fašnik this February. This is a time of celebrations signifying the end of winter darkness and the welcoming of spring. During this time, there is a parade on Sunday through the center of the town of Čakovec. Here you can see people dressed up as scarecrows and masked demons, though some of the locals wear fancy dress outfits that aren’t as scary. At the end of the parade, they burn an effigy stuffed with hay to signify victory over the demons of darkness, as well as to mark the end of festivities. This is the occasion for people to eat krafne — doughnuts — and because they’re a specialty of this particular time of year, people can easily down three or four in one sitting.  
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Cake Doughnut
Want to make fresh doughnuts without making dough? You won’t even need to bother with the deep fryer if you use Betty Crocker cake mix to make baked cake doughnuts.
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2.8
Cinnamon Sugar Grilled Doughnuts
Hot doughnuts off the grill? You bet! Serve this unique summertime dessert with fresh seasonal fruit and whipped cream.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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2.6
This copycat recipe will keep your doughnut demons at bay while you argue the perennial doughnut debate — Dunkin’ Doughnuts or Krispy Kreme (sorry, Dunkie’s loyalists). For the recipe, we went to the source — New Orleans — and found that Krispy Kreme doughnuts might have more to do with beignets then their shape suggest. 
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