Doughnuts: made the easy way!

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When I’m not reading, blogging or doing homework, I’m cooking. Cooking is a lot like reading and writing: it brings ingredients together to create a single dish that tells a story of flavors, family, friends and experiences. And just like with books, you don’t have to be the creator. Sometimes we’re all just looking for a little eye candy. So here’s a little food for thought!

I don’t know if you all know this, but I’m a total foodie. A foodie is “someone who has an ardent or refined interest in food.” Cooking is all about discovery for me – seeing which ingredients work well together, what flavors can be created, and what new foods can be tried. So now I’m bringing this discovery to TGR!

Every Monday I’ll be sharing a new food find, recipe, and of course, some eye candy.

This week: doughnuts

(Yes, I spell it “doughnuts.” It really, really bugs me when I see it spelled as “donuts.”)

So, I’ve been on a bit of a doughnut kick. And in this kick I’ve learned a new trick. (Oh man, I rhymed.) Check this out:

Talk about easy!

Thank you, Pinterest!

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8 Responses to “Whip it Up Mondays! {13} – doughnuts made easy.”

  1. *snorts* It must be spelled doughnuts, huh?

    That looks like a really easy way to make doughnuts! 🙂

  2. Liz. R says:

    I am trying to find out if these are sold in England, they look amazing and so easy to make! If not, I will just have to go out and buy some, you’ve got me craving doughnuts now :P.

  3. OMG!! I used to make these alllll the time!! They really are super tasty and fluffy. 🙂

  4. Cialina says:

    I admit it… I am IMPRESSED.

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