The Pioneer Woman’s Homemade Glazed Doughnuts at the Cabin & a Giveaway (Winners Announced)

We have the winners for the 3 signed by Ree The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier cookbooks!

Winners have been picked at random by my family.

They are…(drumroll please)…

# 1 Cassie
“my favorite kind of doughnut is a cake doughnut with maple glaze!”

# 444 Hannah S.
“Maple bar! The coconut-crumb cake donuts are a close second”

# 1,263 Jessica Baer
“Apple Fritters!!”

I will be emailing each of you for address information.

Thank you SO MUCH to all who joined in the FUN!

It’s spring break in suburbia. So I did what any other mother of a darling teen and pre-teen daughter lamenting to spend a week on a beach but had to stay home would do. I improvised. I packed the car with some clothes and Ree Drummond’s delicious new cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier and headed to the cabin with the girls and my parents for some cooking, eating and bonding time.

I mean it is the second best thing, right?

Ree’s newest cookbook is a collection of mouthwatering recipes explained through beautiful pictures and heartwarming stories of life on the ranch with her darling family. Just flipping through her lovely book makes you feel as if you’ve been whisked away to her ranch to enjoy all the adventure, food and fun that it has to offer.

So I figure, why not have some of that at the cabin? We’ll turn our charming little cabin into a sprawling ranch only without the horses and cowboys and instead a little improvisation.

We decided that we just had to make Ree’s homemade glazed doughnuts. Doughnuts hold a cherished place in all of our hearts. We love doughnuts. Not to mention, I always think of Ree whenever I see a doughnut after reading one of her posts that has now become one of my very favorite.  And what a better way to kick off our weekend than to do so with delicious homemade doughnuts? It was a perfect plan.

I cracked opened the cookbook and the fun began.

I soon realized that I had no doughnut cutter. No mixer with a hook. No silpat mats or parchment paper. No cooling racks.

Ahem.

Can you see that improvisation was a theme here?

But no worries. I mixed the dough with my hands. Used an antique vase and a wine glass for doughnut cutters. Aluminum foil in place of my beloved silpat mat. And scrubbed the dickens out of the oven rack to use as a cooling rack. To see the recipe done the right way with a step by step photo tutorial check out Ree’s post for Homemade Glazed Doughnuts.

Now back to the ranch, um I mean cabin. After letting the dough chill in the fridge and then rise the next morning Sassafras and I got busy.

It was such fun cutting out the doughnut holes with an antique vase.

I may never go back to a doughnut cutter personally.

After the little gems sat in a warm spot and turned into little pillows of fluffiness, it was time to fry them.

Pretend like I have a photo of the little darlings in their glory of puffiness. Thank you for your cooperation. 

I must admit that I was pleasantly surprised about how easy and fun it was to fry the little suckers.

Ahhhhhhh, haaaaaaaaa…

Insert angels singing.

Are those glorious or what?

Just so you know. An oven rack works perfectly as cooling rack.

Or in this instance a doughnut-glaze-dripping-rack.

And a cookie sheet works fabulously as a doughnut-hole-glaze-pouring surface.

And my mouth works perfectly as a doughnut-taste-tester.

Just thought I’d share. Le YUM! We’ll never buy doughnuts again!

You really must get your hot little hands on one of these delightful cookbooks. The recipes are divine (even when a little improv is necessary) and you too can have a slice of Ree’s frontier right in your own home. But guess what? Today is your LUCKY day! Sweet Ree is actually going to give three lucky winners a personalized cookbook!

(CONTEST CLOSED)
Enter to win one of three Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier cookbooks signed by Ree and addressed to you!

 Just leave me a comment below telling me your favorite kind of doughnut.

Entries will be accepted today March 20, 2012 through Friday March 23, 2012 midnight EST.

Winners will be announced sometime on Saturday March 24, 2012 and contacted via email. Make sure to leave a valid email address with your comment!

The giveaway is only open to U.S. residents.

Have fun & good luck!

~Wenderly

Comments

  1. says

    these are absolutely gorgeous! i love how excited everyone is about ree’s cookbook – can’t wait to pick up a copy myself. your doughnuts look beautiful :) i’ve never made them at home but you’ve inspired me to try…

    oh, and my favorite doughnuts are boston creme!

  2. Kathy Schulte says

    Loved my Mom’s homemade cake like donuts….they were the bomb!! Chocolate frosting, of course!

  3. Pip says

    Glazed or Bavarian cream, I don’t have a sweet tooth but I love baked goods!
    Thank you for the opportunity!

  4. grace says

    In the small town where I went to college there was a family owned doughnut shop that was open 24/7 and seemed to always have fresh doughnuts. They made a sour cream cake doughnut that will always be my favorite, and will always remind me of the great time I had for those 4 years.

  5. Mirela Watson says

    The simple, delicious, glazed doughnuts!! By the way, what’s the official spelling of these babies…? Doughnuts or Donuts?

  6. Amanda Wilson says

    My favorite since I was a kid has been plain glazed doughnuts. They are simple, not a lot of fuss…but oh so heavenly in your mouth! Less is more couldn’t be truer than when it comes to glazed doughnuts.

  7. Heather P says

    I love love love a good glazed doughnut. Especially when they are warm. Mmmmmm. Doughnuts!

  8. Gina says

    Powdered sugar hold a nostalgic place in my heart… best part of soccer practice was the donuts after.

  9. Cynthia says

    I cannot pass up a donut hole. Before I was of age and my friends boyfriend worked at a donut shop we’d go get donut holes and drink them with our beer.

  10. jamia says

    A glazed old fashion, then a chocolate eclair,then a maple bar, then a good old glazed, a occasional lemon jelly filled powdered.

  11. Kari says

    I prefer a cake doughnut with chocolate icing…yum. It is a rare occasion when I allow myself to eat one.

  12. Erin says

    I’ve never met a donut I didn’t like, but I tend to go for the classic plain cake–perfect for dipping in coffee. Apparently there’s a donut here that’s Nutella-filled brioche…which will most likely be my new favorite once I’ve had it.

  13. says

    Plain old glazed. There is a restaurant in Pittsburgh, The Grand Concurse, that has an old-fashioned donut machine on their weekend brunch buffet. It makes the best donuts ever!

  14. Kelsey Bumgarner says

    Oh dear – I don’t think I’ve met a doughnut I haven’t enjoyed. However, I would say my favorites are the mini doughnuts you find at fairs that are completely covered in too much cinnamon-sugary goodness. Mouth watering.

  15. Elizabeth says

    The doughnuts look amazing! My favorite would be a plain doughnut with sprinkles. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  16. Emmie says

    My favorite is a buttercrunch donut. Glazed chocolate cake donut holes follow as a quick second… but those are so easy to pop in my mouth that I find them a little dangerous! ;-)

  17. jenny says

    A hot cream filled Krispy Creme. I will wreck the car trying to see if the HOT NOW light is on.

    THX for the chance!

  18. Lynne says

    Actually – not a real fan of the donut, but I will eat a strawberry cake donut if I happen across one :)

  19. says

    I love donut holes the best. Truth be told of chain or mass market I only like Krispy Kreme originals when the hot now sign is on!

  20. says

    I’m not entering…I have one of these babies, and I LOVE it. BUT, I just wanted to say how IMPRESSED I am by your doughnut improvisation! Wow, Wendy!

  21. Linda newman says

    My favorite doughnut is the valet glazed toe sometimes called sour cream or old fashioned in Dallas local donut shops.
    I’d love to win the cookbook!

  22. Kristen M. says

    Although my first love is a glazed chocolate cake doughnut, I also have a soft spot for tiger tails, and apple fritters.

  23. Amanda says

    I LOVE blueberry cake donuts. But those up above look divine, too. Thanks for the opportunity to win PW’s latest book!! :]

  24. says

    I (and my thighs) try to stay away from doughnuts. But if you really wanted to tempt me, you could do it with a Blueberry Buttermilk Doughnut fresh from Earl’s in Chatsworth, CA, – because I’ll bet they taste just as good as they did 40 years ago.

  25. says

    Great photos by the way and I love your improvisation. Genius ideas. My fav donut would be the good old traditional flavour of jam with a sugar coating on the outside. Naughty but very very nice ;o)

  26. Kel says

    Loved your post! My favorite is apple cider donuts. I made them once – but I could not seem to stabilize the temp of the oil.

  27. Elissa says

    A Krispy Kreme glazed Chocolate cake doughnut – that was the doughnut my husband and I split as our wedding cake :p

  28. Becki says

    I was going to say chocolate cake with chocolate frosting but after seeing your photos, I’m going with PW’s glazed!

  29. Christienne says

    Ahhhhh What could be better than to WIN a cookbook from one of my favorite bloggers, from yet another one of my favorite bloggers site/contest!!

    Luv you both, more n’ my luggage!

    Oh and… ahem… PICK ME!!

  30. Blair says

    The original glazed donut is my all time FAVORITE…and I don’t have a problem with admitting I lick my fingers afterwards so I don’t miss a drop!

  31. Andrea says

    Wow. Who knew making donuts at home could be so simple? My mom always fried up refrigerated biscuits and dusted them powdered sugar and called them “donuts” for an extra special, after school treat.

  32. Sara says

    Boston creme are my absolute favorite but I think chocolate glazed or chocolate frosted come in second.

  33. says

    I can’t resist a maple donut, and I’m positive Pioneer Woman’s maple icing she used with her cinnamon roll recipe on her blog would be amazing on her donuts as well!

  34. fitzwoman says

    Glazed doughnuts from Ma’s doughnut shop(the ones from the Doughnut Vault in Chicago are pretty good too!!)

  35. Aimee says

    I love a good blueberry donut. But then, I never can refuse a kruller. Or a custard-filled. Or a hot glazed. Or. . .

    ;)

  36. cbk says

    Glazed, just the way you made them. Homemade are best, but there’s a local bakery that is a very close second.

  37. SusieQ says

    Did you ever have a French Cruller? It’s like a light airy eclairlike (is that a word?) base dipped in glaze. YUM! My ex-husband worked at a doughnut shop making the donuts and I gained 20 pounds eating French Crullers and steamed hot cocoa. Needless to say that marriage was short-lived. Haha!

  38. Jennifer Booth says

    Chocolate cake donut with chocolate frosting and peanuts on top. Then any cake donut just not a yeast donut those are disgusting to me.

  39. says

    There’s a donut store nearby that takes plain donuts (no hole,) cuts them in half, and stuffs them with fresh glazed strawberries. But really, I love them all!

  40. MisiMarisa says

    Cake doughnuts. If you’ve ever been to Cincinnati, there’s this bakery called Busken, they make the best cake doughnuts- glazed or PLAIN, the best- in the whole wide world… in fact now I want one. Thanks! :D

  41. says

    I was just reminiscing about my favorite doughnut the other day! My grandma used to get doughnuts when I would stay at her house, and my absolute favorite was a cream stick with chocolate glaze – my mouth is watering just thinking about it. Thanks for the giveaway :)

  42. June says

    I love doughnuts with blueberry filling, I watch your show on Saturday mornings on Foodnetwork. I find your show Pioneer Woman very informative

  43. Barbara Miller says

    Good old fashion glazed!! Yumm and good job!! I think I will have to make these at my cabin!!

  44. HeatherD75 says

    I love a good peanut crunch donut. Cake donut glazed and then covered in peanut crunch…a peanutty, brown sugar, and butter mixture.

  45. Alex Alford says

    My favorite kind of doughnut is one that has chocolate glaze and sprinkles! They are the only kind that I eat… though maybe if I made some PW doughnuts I would have a heart change!

  46. Sean Alford says

    I am personally a fan of Chocolate with andes mints, however you can never go wrong with a traditional glazed.

  47. Heather Wilson says

    apple filled all the way! who doesn’t need more apple (…and sugar… and fried dough) in their life?!

  48. Kelly says

    I’m normally a plain-glazed kind of girl, but I’ve recently discovered maple-glazed cake and now I’m officially in love with both!

  49. says

    I’m not entering the giveaway. Just had to tell you how wonderful your donuts look. Thanks for the *interior* look. I have yet to make donuts, either fried or baked but I do love these spheres of deliciousness so I’m sure I’ll be trying them soon.

    Necessity if the mother of invention and I love your adaptation of a donut cutter. Well done!

  50. Tina Henoch Burrows says

    I think even I could make these! Thanks for sharing. Your photos are always spectacular, too!

  51. Sean says

    I love Ree!! My favorite kind of doughnut is…..wait……wait for it……….
    CHOCOLATE GLAZED.

  52. says

    A yeast donut with chocolate glaze.. or maybe coffee donut. I do make them rather often ~ in a bread machine makes it easy peasy.

  53. says

    Okay- normally it’s a toss up between a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting & nuts and then a Bavarian cream filled donut with chocolate frosting. But these look divine- you did a great job. I may just have to make some for the fam.

  54. Michelle Wright says

    Glazed donuts rock my world ~ Ree’s cookbook would also rock my world!!! Thanks for the give~away.

  55. says

    Love this! My absolute favorite are cinnamon sugar cake doughnuts fried to perfection like these. My mom used to make them using the Betty Crocker recipe and we have a cider mill nearby that makes the best – I’ve been the first one there when they open for the last two years!

    • says

      Hi Poppy!

      I didn’t have a thermometer (again improvisation) I just dropped a doughnut hole in to test the oil. When it popped back up to surface and started to sizzle, I knew that the oil was ready.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  56. Leigh says

    My favorite is the rasberry jelly filled, but recently I have found Psycho donuts in San Jose that make dirty turtle donuts with cookie crumbs and caramel.

  57. Leah B says

    My favorite kind of donuts are cream filled!! With chocolate frosting on top. So kind of an eclair. Yum.

  58. Deanna says

    Old fashioned, cinnamon and sugar doughnut holes, and a cake doughnut with white icing and sprinkles!

  59. Mandy M. says

    My favorite donut is a chocolate covered, cream filled donut! BUT, I am an equal opportunity donut fan and will eat any kind, anywhere, anytime!

  60. Cassie says

    Love that you improvised with your tools for the doughnuts! I don’t know if there is one I’d turn down, but chocolate glazed is always pretty delicious.

  61. says

    Lately I’ve been partial to the glazed chocolate cake donuts, but when I can find them a chocolate cream filled donut is to die for. Great giveaway!

  62. Kelly Edm says

    I love sugar doughnuts, jam-filled doughnuts and maple-glazed doughnuts. They are all delightfully good.

  63. Lejla says

    I love a simple glazed doughnut, but I recently saw that there is a place in Chicago that serves a doughnut that is glazed with a whiskey glaze and topped with bacon. I must try it soon!

  64. Kelly says

    I’m pretty easy – just add chocolate and sprinkles (preferably rainbow) and that’s my favorite!

  65. Amanda H. says

    I like them original with nothing added…plain ole doughnuts…its good enough like it is. Who needs toppings or fillings?? :)

  66. Sarah says

    My favorite is called a “Vanilla Angel” – it is a powdered sugar doughnut with a vanilla buttercream inside! yum!!

  67. Katie Rose says

    I LOVE that you used an oven rack! I can’t believe I’ve never thought of that since when we moved in we discovered two extra racks in the garage. Now I know what I’ll be using them for! (only three years later…lol) My favorite are either glazed chocolate cake donuts or boston creams.

  68. Pennie D. says

    Hi, Just found your site from Ree’s site and I love it. I also love the doughnut story on the Pioneer Woman. I just have to say that my favorite all time doughnut is just a plain raised doughnut with sugar coating. Nothing fancy. I will certainly be keeping up with you from now on.

  69. Amanda K says

    My favorite Donut is a old fashioned sour cream donut with a light glaze. the ones from rainbow donuts here in phoenix are incredible.

  70. Tammy G says

    I had my favorite doughnut once during my travels. It is the German Chocolate doughnut at LaMars in Montgomery, AL!

  71. slbowling says

    Never made a doughnut before, but will have to try Ree’s recipe. I love Krispy Kreme donuts.

  72. SalBug says

    My mom’s recipe, which makes a heavier donut that you top with cinnamon and sugar. Yum yum.

  73. TexasHockeyMom says

    I never met a donut I didn’t like but my all time fave is an apple fritter from Tim Hortons! Try one……they are divine!

  74. Leslie G says

    I’ve always loved the peanut butter creamed filled. I ate one almost every day when I was pregnant.

  75. Karen R. says

    I hate to play favorites where doughnuts are concerned. I don’t like hurt feelings. I’ll eat any old kind of doughnut!

  76. Lindsay M says

    I love finger doughnuts with white frosting and sprinkles. Every time I bite into one it takes me back to my first job at a grocery store bakery when I was in high school. It would be my breakfast pretty much every shift. Ah the good old days when doughnuts counted as a healthy breakfast…sigh…

  77. Jen B says

    Cinnamon dusted cake donuts, or fresh glazed that are still warm! Hmm…maybe should make a batch of these?!

  78. Susan says

    I’m a huge fan of chocolate covered donuts with sprinkles. Every place has them, and they’re so good!

  79. Jordan Riley says

    I’m always up for a good old-fashioned doughnut. (How plain-seeming…) I love a chocolate cake doughnut too, though. Or anything with chocolate frosting. Yum.

  80. Penny J says

    OK, your site doesn’t like me. I love plain ole’ glazed donuts. We’ll see if this one posts? Thanks

  81. Jeri says

    Raspberry filled glazed doughnuts are my absolute favorite and regular glazed would be the next in line.

  82. Lizvc says

    I love cream filled, chocolate glazed donuts. Your vase/goblet improvisation brought back memories of my grandmother. She made fabulous biscuits and always cut them out with a very pretty teacup that had lost its handle. Thanks for reminding me.

  83. Stephanie says

    There’s a little donut shop here that’s been in business at least 55 years and probably more. Irish Maid Donuts. Any kind they make is heavenly.

  84. Annette Little says

    There is not any kind of donut that I don’t like! If I have to pick one it would be the chocolate glazed from “Southern Maid” in Louisiana.

  85. Jillian says

    I love plain glazed doughnuts. Sometimes with vanilla icing and sprinkles if I’m feeling sassy.

  86. Maureen says

    I love a boston cream donut, chocolate, cream filling and a donut – what’s not to love?! Thanks for the chance to win PW’s cookbook. I have been looking around your site and am so glad Ree sent us here, I am now following you as well!!

  87. Maureen H. says

    I love a boston cream donut, chocolate, cream filling and a donut – what’s not to love?! Thanks for the chance to win PW’s cookbook. I have been looking around your site and am so glad Ree sent us here, I am now following you as well!!

  88. says

    I love that you cut out the donut holes with a little vase. Very inventive, my dear! No need to enter me in the giveaway b/c I have a copy of Ree’s wonderful book.

  89. says

    This is gonna sound funny but… I don’t like donuts. If I was forced to enjoy one, It would have to be pudding filled and drowned in dark chocolate, then smothered with gold and silver sprinkles.

  90. Kathryn says

    Favorite kind of doughnut: freshest possible doughnut! (Which is sometimes very difficult to come by here…)

  91. Daria says

    My Cambodian American neighbors have a donut shop where they make THE BEST apple fritters! So if it is from their shop, I vote apple fritter. Anyplace else, I’m a glazed donut girl…

  92. Angela says

    Warm Krispy Kremes are my very favorites!

    I have an autographed copy of Ree’s first cookbook. My son bought the book after it first came out and mailed it to her and requested her autograph. She signed it and sent it back to him and it was a wonderful Christmas gift for me. I’d love to have the second book too!

  93. Misty Lynn says

    As a Carolina girl, I must pick a hot, glazed doughnut from Krispy Kreme as my all-time favorite.

  94. CateS says

    can I please have a long john filled with cream cheese , glazed and then dipped in crushed bacon? thank you.. I’ll take any donut anytime anywhere… And I worked in a donut shop — never got tired of donuts!

  95. Linda Stoddard says

    These doughnuts look absolutely scrumptious! Back in the day before I had to go gluten-free, I loved any and all. I now get Katz gluten-free custard-filled and cinnamon which are delicious. If I am one of the lucky winners of Ree’s cookbook, you can bet I’ll be working on a gluten free version! Thanks, Linda

  96. Elizabeth says

    I really like French Crueller’s. Second choice would be a cake donut with chocolate icing.

  97. Becky K. says

    If we are talking doughnuts in general, you can’t go wrong with a classic like the glazed doughnut. My hometown bakery makes these amazing fried rolls with peanut butter frosting which are about the closest thing to perfection there is. A close third are the blueberry cake doughnuts I get at the Donut Professor here in Omaha!

  98. Melissa Jewell says

    We have an awesome donut shop near us called hypnotic donuts and they have all kinds of spectacular donuts. One favorite is the Evil Elvis – peanut butter, banana and bacon on top of a glaze donut.

  99. Cathy S says

    Love the Dunkin Doughnut creme filled ones; oh my gosh. Glad I can only have them on vacation; there are very few Dunkin doughnbuts in MN

  100. Brooke Neibaur says

    I’ve made Ree’s doughnuts before and I have to say they are the BEST! I want to add a little maple flavoring to the icing next time. :)

  101. Lucille says

    As a child, we made raised homemade doughnuts often…how can they not still be my favorite? I really should make them with my grandchildren now – I’ll use Ree’s recipe!

  102. heather f says

    It has to be a maple bar first and foremost!!

    I also like glazed and sugar doughnuts. but anything with filling? ick

  103. Lan Denson says

    A warm orange-y glazed doughnut from Round Rock Donuts here in Texas. The ones as big as your face are amaaaazing (not that I ate the whole thing or anything…)

  104. says

    Oh, I love donuts, but I do stay away… they usually end up on my backside! A special indulgence would be Dunkin Donuts chocolate cake donut. Only for my birthday. Maybe. Okay.

  105. Roberta says

    Those doughnuts look AMAZING!!! My favorite doughnut would have to be a turtle doughnut from our local convenient store. It’s a plain doughnut covered in a maple glaze, drizzled with chocolate and topped with nuts, so good!

  106. Hannon says

    My favorite donut/doughnut would be a plain one with so little batter it almost melts in your mouth when you bite it. Luckily, the bakery down the street from me sells this exact kind. Hooray!

  107. Marsha Potteiger says

    I love the cream filled doughnuts…delicious…but, glazed doughnuts come in at a close 2nd!!

  108. Donna says

    Southern Maid!! I am from the south and there is just nothing like a glazed Southern Maid donut!! Thanks!

  109. Jill-B says

    Still searching for the doughnuts I had as a small child in Michigan at the apple cider mill. Warm, cake doughnuts that left grease marks on the paper bag and life-long memories in my heart (stomach?). Eaten with a cold glass of fresh cider…. One of my favorite memories (and foods!) of my childhood!

  110. Stacie Fuselier says

    glazed donuts are my downfall!!!!!!!!! I could eat a dozen by myself!!!!!!!!!!!! Love them!!!!!

  111. Bobbie Hayes says

    I love plain old glazed, raised donuts, a cup of coffee (with a little cream) and a good book (preferably a cookbook)

  112. Theodorella says

    I love donuts in any shape or form! But cream filled and chocolate frosted are the. best. Yummy!!! :)

  113. Lauren in Mo says

    Apple Fritters……preferably from Ronald’s Donut in Las Vegas…..Too bad I live in MO

  114. Kristina says

    I like the Bavarian cream ones, where the filling is more like custard than whipped cream. So delicious.

  115. says

    I love doughnuts! I don’t think I’ve ever met one I didn’t like. But I do remember, as a little girl, always choosing to get the raspberry filled doughnut dusted with granulated sugar. So yum!

  116. says

    I like Glazed, but I know they aren’t good for me, so I don’t eat them very often. These look SOOO good!!
    I found you from PW’s website…thanks for the opportunity for the chance to win the cook book!

  117. Suzanne says

    Love old fashioned cake donuts. After reading this blog post, these donuts might be my new favorite!

  118. Brenda says

    I’ve never made doughnuts, but my favourite doughnut is the chocolate dip ones from Tim Horton’s!

  119. says

    There’s this one bakery by my house that has chocolate cream filled donuts. So it’s the same type of donut as a jelly filled, but it’s got this amazing chocolate frosting inside instead. I heart it so!

  120. says

    My favorite doughnut since childhood has been a chocolate glazed bar doughnut with custard filling. When I was 7 my mom would buy me one for Saturday breakfast, and sometimes as an extra treat, a little bottle of chocolate milk. Those were the days haha!

  121. Esther K says

    While I enjoy many kinds of doughnuts, my personal favorite is a warm, fresh original glazed donut from Krispy Kreme.

  122. Melissa G. says

    Hmm…..either a chocolate covered unfilled long john or maybe just a regular glazed one.

  123. Kim Ritchie says

    Mmmm I like a good “Old Fashioned” donut from Dunkin’… perfect for dunking in coffee!

  124. Sandi says

    My absolute favorite donut ever is a strawberry donut with strawberry glaze…closely followed by blueberry donuts, maple donuts, and every other kind of donut lol.

  125. says

    The doughnut post of Ree’s is one of my favorites, too! Had me laughing my toosh off!

    Favorite doughnut: Anything with real whipped cream inside. No custard!

  126. Brianna says

    My Achilles heel of doughnuts is filled with Bavarian cream and covered in Maple icing (excuse me while I wipe the drool off my chin).

  127. Chelle says

    My very fave donut is the potato flour donuts made fresh & shaken with powdered sugar that we get at the farm show in the state capital every year. They are heavenly!

  128. says

    My favorite doughnut is a plain ‘ol cake doughnut. For this my husband thinks I’m crazy, “plain!?!” A close second is old fashion doughnuts : )

  129. BarbaraR says

    My favorite donuts are plain ole raised, glazed donuts…..as long as they are freshly made!

  130. Niki Johnson says

    My favorite kind of doughnut has to be creme filled with chocolate frosting. But I have to say ones from the cookbook look pretty darn good too. =)

  131. Micki says

    Good ole glazed doughnuts. I’ve made a lot of Ree’s recipes, but never the doughnuts. Hmmmm…. may have to try it.

  132. Dina Lucas says

    I have only had this two times but it was the best…. Maple long john topped with maple bacon!!!!
    The best donut I have ever had.

  133. Renee Anderson says

    My favorite doughnut is a blueberry fritter with fresh blueberry preserves in the middle! Mmmmnnn…

  134. Zorah Braithwaite says

    My favorite kind of doughnut is the simple kind with sugar on it – no glaze, just sugar and fried dough. Yum!

  135. Tori O. says

    Chocolate Cake (I realize this is really cake not a doughnut, but the shape still counts right?)

  136. Rebecca J. P. says

    Do I have to choose just one???? LOVE warm Krispy Kreme donuts, chocolate covered custard (or creme filled), and chocolate covered with sprinkles (I am a sucker for sprinkles).

  137. Erica says

    MMmmmmm…custard filled w/ chocolate frosting, or old fashioned glazed. Deffinately trying these soon!!

  138. Linda Spengler says

    I am a big fan of a plain (and I mean plain) cake donut…like Dunkin Donuts used to have (but apparently have forsaken for “frou-frou” donuts). Every once in a while, I happen upon an out-of-the-way diner that serves up something like it, but they are few and far between….*sigh*

  139. Ashley H says

    I like the simple glazed doughnuts, like the ones in your pictures that are making my mouth water.

  140. Malynn says

    These look SO Yummy!! My favorite is choco glazed so I might have to add some choco to my donuts!

  141. Erin says

    My favorite kind of donut is lemon filled, but these have my mouth watering! I am a new follower! Thank you for hosting this giveaway! :)

  142. Shelly H says

    I would have to say that my favorite doughnut is a twisty glazed….they remind me of my childhood and the great memories come flooding back! :-)

  143. Stephanie B says

    Glazed or with Chocolate Frosting. But with Ree’s recipe of course. Home made are always best!

  144. Shannon M says

    Krispy Kreme just arrived in our area. So far, I haven’t found one that isn’t in the running to be my favorite!

  145. Kathy says

    I go for the plain glazed or if I’m feeling really sinful, a cake doughnut with white icing and coconut on top.

  146. Holly says

    I’m not sure that I’ve ever met a doughnut I didn’t like, but I happen to LOVE a blueberry cake doughnut. They are the absolute best, in my opinion! :)

  147. Annie K says

    My favorite doughnut is from a little bakery here in Pittsburgh called “Pastries A-La-Carte” … that is basically like a powered doughnut sandwich with a fruit filling in between – the doughnuts are so light and fluffy!

  148. Kristin