Light and tender and next level delicious, this Baked S’mores Donuts recipe is beloved by all. Airy graham cracker donuts are dipped in milk chocolate ganache, dusted with crumbs and topped with toasted marshmallows. Donuts have never tasted so decadent!
“Donuts. Is there anything they can’t do?”
A philosophical question from the infamous donut lover himself, Homer Simpson. I get what he’s saying. Never underestimate the power of donuts. They may have holes in the middle, but they fill voids in our lives. Hungry? Eat a donut. Sad? Hold a donut. Jaw wired shut? Smell a donut. You see, those infinite circles of dough can improve any situation.
I live within a block of a donut shop so whenever I’m feeling emotionally deficient deep fried help is just a few steps away. Plus walking is technically exercise, even if the destination is donut utopia. Yet, today I’m only walking as far as the kitchen because I’m feeling ambitious enough to make donuts myself.
Not just any old donuts; instead, I’m breaking out the blowtorch to make Baked S’mores Donuts.
But first, coffee, because I cannot be trusted around an open flame without my caffeine fix. Earlier this week I burned my bikini line straining spaghetti from a pot of boiling water. Don’t ask how scalding water got into my underwear, because I’m not even sure myself. But I need a java-level alertness to prevent my pelvis from being scorched by butane.
I love toasting marshmallows, but I don’t need to scar my lady parts to prove how much.
Now that you’ve been warned about the hazards of boiling water and blowtorches, be warned that Baked S’mores Donuts are as addicting as opioids. Don’t be surprised when you can’t stop eating these airy graham cracker donuts. Especially after they’ve been dipped in milk chocolate ganache, dusted with graham cracker crumbs and topped with toasted marshmallows.
Whether your making a fresh batch today or three batches tomorrow, you’ll enjoy two of fall’s all-time favorites, s’mores and donuts, with this recipe for baked donuts.