No time to make homemade doughnuts but want to make a home run party??
Luckily, there are lots of ways to dress up store bought doughnuts.
Sushi Doughnuts - click for full instructions.
Try serving on a wooden sushi plate or in take-out sushi containers for extra Chanukah cheer!
Easily turn a run-of-the-mill, store-bought doughnut into a work of art!
All you need are glazed doughnuts, designed/lettered or Chanukah-themed stencils and colored powdered sugar*.
Place stencil flatly on doughnut and ever so gently sift colored powder over design.
Doughnut Hole Kebobs
The often overlooked doughnut hole receives an overdue upgrade with doughnut kebobs!
Simply add 5 doughnut holes to a skewer and gently sift colored powdered sugar* over doughnuts.
Traditionalists are welcome to substitute with cinnamon or cocoa powder.
Serve along with chocolate syrup, dulche de leche or fruit jam for dipping!
Ice Cream Sandwich Doughnut
Slice a doughnut in half and add a scoop of Klein's ice cream for an original, memorable Chanukah treat. Klein's ice cream is available in pareve and dairy in a variety of flavors. We used Klein's vanilla frozen yogurt; the tanginess of the yogurt ice cream complemented the yeasty doughnut and rich chocolate sauce.
*Trick to making colored powdered sugar:
Powdered food coloring! It can be found at specialty food stores or baking supplies shops. (Be sure to look for a hechsher.) Very slowly add a few drops of food coloring to a few tablespoons of powdered sugar and mix well. Keep adding until you reach desired colors, bearing in mind that the colored powder will stay soft.