Celebrate National Doughnut Day with Top Pot
When the Internet tells me that it’s National Doughnut Day, I am only too willing to find ways to celebrate this delicious carbohydrate. For those of you who make your own doughnuts, or for those of you who befriend people who make their own doughnuts, look no further than the Top Pot Doughnuts cookbook.
Top Pot Doughnuts is based in Seattle, but their recipes make enjoying their addictive treats surprisingly feasible for doughnut-lovers all over the world — a deep-fryer isn’t even necessary! These yeast-raised, cake-style, and old-fashioned sweets are easy to make using equipment you probably already have in your kitchen.
Click the image below to get the free recipe for their Spice Cake Doughnuts, and Happy National Doughnut Day!
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