Did you know that the 7th May marks National Doughnut Week? With such an important date on the horizon, we here at Mummies Club feel that it’s only right that you can get a head start on this super tasty celebration by providing you with doughnut recipes to die for!
The origins of doughnuts are hotly debated with many a country putting their name on this list to get a worldwide applause for outstanding contributions to tasty food. Archeological digs in South West America have retrieved several petrified fried cakes with a hole in the centre but for how long we have been making them for, no one is certain. Yet with a dash of creativity and some sticky fingers you could be making baking history in your household in no time…
‘A British Twist’
By Wilde Orchard
Straight from the hedgerow and in at no.1 comes this fine interpretation on the classic filled doughnut. The combination of blackberries and custard is quite heavenly, you have been warned – sweet smelling fresh doughnuts from the kitchen is going to win you a lot of fans!
‘The Cakey One’
By Ashley Marie’s Kitchen
A killer cake meets doughnut combo that will be a hit with the adults as well as the kids. Now you can have your cake and eat it!
#3 Funfetti Doughnuts
By i heart eating
A fab & fun recipe which is just perfect for getting the little chefs involved. NB. Kitchen mayhem and messy faces included.
‘The Show Stopper’
By Half Baked Harvest
This oozingly delicious combo knocks the average doughnut straight out of the park. The cronut is a cross between a croissant and a donut and if you haven’t tried one of these yet then surely National Doughnut Week gives you the perfect excuse!
By Hint of Vanilla
Hop straight over the mid-week slump and amp up your coffee break armed with this stand-out recipe… What better way to re-fuel and re-focus?
We sure hope that you are feeling wide-eyed and inspired to try your hand at doughnuts this weekend. Don’t forget to bring your trusted little helpers on board!
Make At Home
By Paul Hollywood from The Great Sport Relief Bake Off (BBC)