Sugar Doughnuts

January 13, 2012 — 2 Comments

I’m pretty much a fan of any kind of doughnut (except baked doughnuts, which are really just muffins baked into doughnut shapes people!), but my absolute favorite kind is a sugar doughnut. Give me a big, yeasty doughnut fried and dredged in granulated sugar and I’m a happy girl.

They probably seem like they’d be really complicated, but they’re not actually that hard to make at home, especially if you follow this recipe from expert-at-everything Alton Brown. We’ve made several batches, and have had stellar results every time. Do yourself a huge favor and try them this weekend! And sorry they’re aren’t any pictures of a huge pile of sugary doughnuts; they never seem to stick around long enough to be photographed!

Click HERE for the recipe, which we always follow exactly except for the part about cutting out the doughnuts; we never have the right sizes of round cutters, so we just wing it!

2 thoughts on “Sugar Doughnuts”

  1. I too love doughnuts and you are so right about the baked ones! I live very close to Dunkin’ Doughnuts but I some times feel that my doughnut addiction gets too hard on my budgets. I have never came across a recipe close to their’s but I would sure like to try this one out 🙂

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