Can you ever go wrong with sugary dough? We think not! Check out our roundup of yummy doughnut recipes for some sweet inspiration.
A cute treat for a birthday party! The sprinkles are folded into the batter, so kids will get a colorful surprise when they take a bite.
Confetti Cake Donuts from Apollinas
These “donuffins” (a muffin and a donut in one tasty treat) will satisfy any chocoholic’s craving—think Death by Chocolate, but with a cinnamon kick.
These fluffy crullers are picture-perfect and oh-so-sweet for a loved one. The secret? Freeze the batter overnight.
Put the lime in the coconut and eat it all up! With lime mousse filling and piña colada frosting, it’s a tropical delight—minus the sunburn.
We love that donuts finally got the food-on-a-stick treatment after the popularity of cake and pie pops. These are neat little bites that kids can help decorate.
Check out cake pops for a similar treat!
Combining the creamy and crispy texture of crème brûlée with the bite-sized portion of a donut hole? Pure, delicious genius.
Not only are these chocolate donuts visually stunning, they only take 15 minutes to make from start to finish.
Jam donuts not your thing? These glazed donuts, with a touch of fresh fruit, are a less-sweet substitute.
These Nutella-filled treats are baked instead of fried and made purposefully small, so you can eat them without feeling (too much) guilt.
Nutella-Filled Baked Donut Muffins from USMasala
If your kid’s usual for breakfast is a frozen toaster strudel, try offering this flaky puff pastry filled with fresh fruit instead.
Say goodbye, morning muffin—you've just been upstaged by these orange-blueberrry donuts.
Orange Glazed Blueberry Doughnuts from Gingerbread Bagels
Chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in heaven, and they’re also what make these donuts deliciously dense and moist.
Donuts get the grown-up treatment here with a boozy chocolate filling—hey, mom and dad deserve a treat, too! You can fill kiddie portions with just chocolate.
A good old-fashioned throwback, these donuts are still sure to delight. Try putting the holes on a stick as a fun way to serve to kids.
These light treats are baked, not fried and the deep pink berry glaze is an easy marriage of frozen fruit and sugar.
Think outside of the gingerbread house! These morsels are just as satisying and not limited by season.
A cup of hot chocolate just won’t seem the same after tasting these treats, complete with a chocolate glaze and marshmallow Fluff frosting.
If you’re bored with standard red velvet cake, give these donuts—topped with a thinned cream cheese frosting—a whirl.
Would it be a stretch to say these donuts are healthy because they call for vitamin-rich pumpkin as an ingredient? (Ok, yes. But we still love them.)
A donut that will bring back memories of the carnival. Oh, and this treat only gets better on day two—yes, really!
These lemon poppy seed donuts look dainty enough for a tea party.