Cue the drool…
Pinch us, are we dreaming?! Get ready for your new favourite dessert!
What a time to be alive!
You only need a few ingredients to make this super yum, super easy slice!
It doesn't get any easier - or more delicious! - than this Easter treat. Make them with the kids today!
Baked not fried, but just as delicious
Take Christmas fruit pies to a whole new level with these festive doughnuts!
Ready in 20 minutes, this quick and easy dessert will put a smile on everyone's dial!
Doughnuts galore – these decadent treats are sure to be a hit with family and friends.
This cheat's version of a doughnut incorporates our other bakery favourite – banana bread! Decorated in bright colours, they're sure to be a hit.
A doughnut meets a croissant in this delish recipe that uses a cheat's croissant dough that's less labour intensive.
Remember when pineapple fritters were huge in the 80s? Here’s a very easy way to give them an update with a touch of rum – this flavour is worth keeping!
We know it seems too good to be real, but these doughnuts are a little bit healthy! Mashed up banana gives these oven-baked beauties a fruity flavour hit.
Calling all scone and doughnut enthusiasts. Why not try something a little different and make lemonade doughnut scones? They're delicious and super easy!
The only thing better than a croissant or doughnut is a cronut. And the only thing better than a regular cronut is one full of chocolate hazelnut spread.
Follow our recipe for classic wownuts in our linked recipes section, then follow this recipe to give your cronuts a berry flavour edge with raspberry jam.
It may be a little tricky but it will definitely be worth it! Learn how to cook the New York sensation, the cronut - it's a cross between a doughnut and croissant.
These small treats are baked not fried. Although we can guarantee they're sensational with jam, you can fill them with any gooey favourite - perhaps Nutella?
Fulfil your cravings with this croissant/doughnut mash-up that's filled with fresh raspberry jam and topped with crunchy granola.
Instead of pondering the 'doughnut or cookie?' question every day at the office coffee cart, why not make your own cookie doughnut to bring in? Problem solved.
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