Classic or glazed, dipped in chocolate, or dunked in coffee, they’re the breakfast treat that you can have any time of day! And you don’t have to hit the donut shop to get them! You can simply make them at home!
You don’t need a deep fryer or a complicated recipe to make your favorite donuts at home. In fact, they are really simple and the kids will love helping out.
You can fry them. You can bake them. You can make giant donuts or mini donuts. The possibilities are literally endless.
Donut Recipes You Can Make at Home
Before you jump into making donuts at home, you need a few things. But don’t worry.
You don’t need any special kitchen equipment to make donuts at home so there’s no excuse not to make them right now!
— Donut Pan: If you are making baked or cake donuts, you are going to need a donut pan!
— Fry Thermometer: If you are frying your donuts, you should really use a fry thermometer. If your oil is too hot, then you will burn the outside of the donut and raw donut on the inside.
— Donut Hole Pan: This donut hole pan makes individual mini sized doughnut holes.
— Ziploc Bag: Ziploc Bags make it easy to pipe the donut batter into your donut pan. You don’t need fancy piping bags!
You can’t beat good ole’ fashioned donuts! From class glazed to jelly donuts, you can’t go wrong with any of these!
— The Easiest Donuts Ever
— Chocolate Glazed Donuts
— Homemade Jelly Doughnuts from Cake Whiz
— Old Fashioned Sour Cream Donuts from Craving Some Creativity
— Baked Powdered Sugar Donuts from Spiced Blog
— French Cruller Donuts from Baker Bettie
Baked donuts are light and fluffy! Use a donut pan to make these delicious and simple baked donut recipes.
— Baked Apple Cider Donuts
— Baked Brown Sugar Glazed Donuts from Simply Stacie
— Magical Unicorn Donuts from Almost Supermom
— Baked Vanilla Donuts from Deliciously Sprinkled
— Baked Lemon Blueberry Donuts from Live Well Bake Often
— Coffee Cake Donuts from Chef-in-Training
— Lemon Sugar Baked Donuts from Five Heart Home
— Donuts with Chocolate Topping from Yummiest Food
Cake Donuts are like baked donuts but tend to be a bit more dense. Glaze them with super sweet icing and you have a perfect match!
— OREO Cake Mix Donuts from Home Cooking Memories
— Vanilla Cake Donuts with Strawberry Glaze from Love Bakes Good Cakes
— Lemon Glazed Blueberry Baked Donuts from An Italian in My Kitchen
— Red Velvet Cake Donuts with Cream Cheese Frosting from The Baking Chocolatess
— Cinnamon Cake Donuts from An Italian in My Kitchen
— Baked Double Chocolate Cake Donuts from Baker By Nature
— Maple Bacon Donuts from Wonky Wonderful
— Yellow Cake Donuts from What the Fork
Mini Donuts and Donut Holes
My favorite donut shop growing up had the best donut holes ever! They took the scraps from the donuts and turned them into little bites of heaven.
— Mini Baked Donuts with Raspberry Glaze from Kylee Cooks
— Apple Cinnamon Baked Doughnut Holes from Domesticate Me
— Homemade Peanut Butter and Banana Donut Holes from ABCs and Garden Peas
— Baked Mocha Donut Holes with Coffee Glaze from Cupcake Project
— Easy Glazed Doughnut Holes from Just a Taste
— Strawberry Cheesecake Donut Holes from Cafe Delites
Looking for more recipes like this one? Check out my Sweet Eats Pinterest Board! Don’t forget to pin these easy donut recipes you can make at home so you can make them for yourself!