Dress up your dessert on Halloween with this recipe for Frosted Chocolate Donuts. Dipped in holiday-dyed glazes and decorated with sprinkles, these fluffy baked donuts are so fun to make for fall.
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what my last meal will be on death row. It’s only a matter of time before I’m charged, tried and convicted for killing someone with my cooking. No jury will ever believe I involuntarily caused someone’s death, but I insist in advance that I’m innocent of any intentional culinary crimes.
Let me explain, today I made pancakes that were the thickness of a postage stamp. Not on purpose, mind you. It’s just that without caffeine to wake me up the can of cornstarch looks exactly like baking powder. I fear it’s only a matter of time before Comet cleaner ends up in my cookies.
Since I’m bound to hang for a murderous kitchen mix-up, I like the irony of my last meal resembling the noose destined for my neck. That’s why, when I walk the Green Mile, I’ll be leaving a trail of donut crumbs. Baked, not fried, because even facing an executioner I’m watching out for trans fats.
Luckily, you don’t need to go to the gallows to enjoy the goodness of chocolate baked donuts. Soft and fluffy, these glazed goodies are decorated with sprinkles for a super fun way to treat yourself this fall.