- Makes 12
- Takes 25 minutes to make, 1 minute to cook (per batch), plus proving
You can fill these homemade doughnuts with Nutella, jam, custard – whatever you’d like. The recipe is so versatile, everyone will love them.
Want to see our step-by-step guide? It will help guide you through each part of the method.
- 10.1g (3.3g saturated)
- 21.1g (8.9g sugars)
- No salt
Make mini doughnuts:
They make the cutest party pud. Roll the dough into 24 mini dough balls and deep fry (in batches of 5) for 20 seconds each side. Serve warm, dredged in sugar, along with a bowl of melted chocolate for dipping.
Swap the jam:
Spruce up your doughnuts with these fun fillings: ready-made vanilla custard, lemon curd, Nutella, whipped cream, dulce de leche or softly whipped cream spiked with rum.
Make ring doughnuts:
At step 3, roll the dough into 12 sausage shapes, then pinch the ends together firmly to form rings. Leave to rise again, then deep fry.
Give your doughnuts a glaze:
Mix sifted icing sugar with just enough lemon juice (adding a little at a time) to make a drizzly paste. Add a drop of food colouring to make a baby pink or soft yellow glaze, then spoon over the doughnuts. Or, dip in melted dark chocolate. Sprinkle with hundreds and thousands, desiccated coconut, chopped hazeln
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