DIY Donuts: Try a Sweet Spin on the Breakfast Classic
Almost every culture has its version of the deep-fried dough balls we know as doughnuts (think the Polish pączki or French beignet).
Menus now often boast gourmet creations, and donut-specific bakeries are opening all across the country with over-the-top, unusual flavors. But donuts as Americans know them come in two distinct forms: cake or yeast. The first tend to be more crumbly and dense. Yeast donuts (like glazed donuts and most jelly donuts) have a lighter, chewier texture. Put one of these unique donut recipes on your to-make list!