Zeppole

 
zeppole

November 29th 2012By Chavi Sperber

Zeppole (pronounced zep-O-lee) are small fried Italian donut balls, made from cream puff dough. Try these little puffs of donut heaven, for a new spin on your traditional Chanukah donuts.

 

Watermelon Donuts

 
Watermelon Donuts

July 3rd 2011By joyofkosher

Watermelon slices shaped like donuts

 

Vietnamese Banana Beignets – Fried Dessert

 

December 12th 2011By fbogus

A little different from the traditional Hanukkah dessert, these bananas are definitely a treat for the adults. Don't be afraid of flaming the rum. Be smart and careful and the results will be delicious.

 

Sugar Sugar Doughnuts

 
Sugar Sugar Doughnuts

November 25th 2013By joyofkosher

The mere thought of these doughnuts is enough to spark giddy, mouth-watering excitement. Sugar flying in the air, the smell of dough frying in oil, even the flipping manoeuvre - it’s all great fun! Doughnuts are one of those foods that have the power to lure - who can refuse an invitation to have a warm doughnut or five, especially around Chanukah? This yeast-based version is light and airy and the effort you will invest in working the dough is all worth it. We dare you to have just one!

 

Sufganiyot – Whole Wheat Jelly Doughnuts

 
Whole Wheat Jelly Doughnuts

November 22nd 2010By Tamar Genger MA, RD

It is hard to make jelly doughnuts into health food, but this recipe provides whole grains and a little fruit.

 

Sufganiot (Jelly Doughnuts)

 
Classic Sufganiot

March 7th 2011By Jamie Geller

Uber-easy jelly-filled sufganiot (doughnuts) are ideal for Chanukah or anytime you get a craving. My sister-in-law Carly and I attempted this recipe one Chanukah night when the whole family came over for candle-lighting. Everyone got involved. Some of us were on deep-fry duty, some of us powdered and the rest "quality control" tasted. We all had a blast. There was flour and confectioners' sugar everywhere.

 

Pistachio Apple Cake Doughnuts with a Cherry Jus

 
cake doughnuts

December 26th 2011By Harmony Sage Fried

 

Papanash: Cheese Doughnuts

 
Papanash - Romanian Cheese Donuts

August 10th 2012By Michal Reznic

Romanians do not waste anything so they deep fry the round dough that was cut out of the doughnut's center and place it on top of the Papansh that is served with sour cherries jam and sour cream or whipped cream.

 

Orange Scented Beignets with Winter Cider Drizzle

 
beignet 6

December 23rd 2011By Alison and Jeff Nathan

 

Malasadas

 
Malasadas

June 25th 2012By Samantha Ferraro

Malasadas are Portuguese fried doughnuts and are a favorite for both the locals and tourists to Hawaii.

 

Lorette Potatoes

 
Lorette Potatoes

April 17th 2010By joyofkosher

 

Lemon Doughnuts

 
lemon donuts

December 26th 2011By Paula Shoyer

Paula’s Parisian Pastries Cooking School Lemon Doughnuts

 

Jelly Donut Miracle Muffincakes

 
Jelly Donut Muffins

November 6th 2012By Rachel Harkham

These are great for breakfast or as a snack. I sometimes like to substitute Nutella or chocolate spread for the jelly.

 

Idaho® Potato Doughnuts

 
Idaho® Potato Doughnuts

April 17th 2010By joyofkosher

 

Green Tea Chocolate Donuts

 
Green Tea Chocolate Donuts 002

December 9th 2011By Emi

Green tea flavored donut covered with white and milk chocolate.

 

Goat Cheese and Scallion Baked Donuts

 
savory baked donuts

December 8th 2012By Tamar Genger MA, RD

I love food that fakes you out, when my husband came home and I asked him to taste one of these donuts with dinner, he said, isn't that dessert? Once he got over the confusion, he tasted it and loved it, although he suggested it would be better for a brunch and I agree, it has a bagel with cream cheese flavor, but a different texture and much more fun for a party.

 

Ginger Churros with Caramel Apples

 
Ginger Churros with Caramel Apples

March 18th 2010By joyofkosher

 

Doughnut Balls

 

December 8th 2011By sjs

 

Créme Anglaise and Basil Filled Doughnuts

 
Creme Anglaise Basil Filled Donuts

December 22nd 2011By joyofkosher

 

Cinnamon Sugar Churros

 
churros

December 9th 2012By Jamie Geller

Originally a Portuguese dessert, some say the recipe originated during the Age of Exploration, when sailors brought the concept back from the Orient. Since the Chinese were not allowed to share recipes (punishable by death), the Portuguese improvised, and churros as we know them were born.