From cider-glazed deliciousness to chocolate-filled beignets, these treats are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth
Thomas J. Story
Concentrated cider flavors these doughnuts inside and out. Cakey yet crisp, they are a divine fall treat.
Recipe: Glazed Cider Doughnuts
Make a batch of chocolate cake doughnuts even better when you drizzle them with a mocha glaze and top with coconut, chocolate, nuts, or sugary sprinkles.
Recipe: Chocolate Cake Doughnuts
These gourmet doughnuts can be prepared ahead, requiring only a quick baking once your guests arrive.
Recipe: Sugared Chocolate Beignets
These pillowy maple-glazed doughnuts are spiced with cardamom. You can make the dough the day before you fry the twists; cover and chill.
Recipe: Maple-Glazed Cardamom Twists
Though doughnuts are amazing when eaten warm, they're also good fried ahead. That helps you focus on your guests when you make this traditional Hanukkah dessert at home.