Hanukkah Sufganiyot (Jelly Doughnuts)
Baked Cake Donuts
While cake donuts are traditionally fried, they're just as delicious baked in the oven, with far less cleanup. Toss in powdered sugar or finish with a simple glaze and sprinkles or toasted coconut -- you can't go wrong!
Because they are fried in oil, these jelly doughnuts are a traditional dessert for Hanukkah.
Vanilla Cake Donuts
Vanilla bean and extract perfume these buttermilk donuts that are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Finished with a simple vanilla glaze, they're utterly irresistible.
Glazed Yeast Donuts
Leavened with yeast and gently fried in hot vegetable oil, these donuts are puffy, golden, and light as a feather. Give them a quick dip in our lemon, strawberry, or chocolate glaze -- you can't go wrong!
Fill these golden, light-as-air yeasted donuts with your favorite strawberry or grape jelly and shower with powdered sugar before serving to oohs and aahs.
Boston Cream Donuts
Everything you love about Boston cream pie but in fried form! Airy yeasted donuts are filled with silky vanilla custard and finished with a decadent chocolate glaze.