Want to bring the amazingness of Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnuts home? You are two easy steps away from doing so!
My love of Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnuts is unconditional, unwavering, and absolute.
They are warm, and soft, and they can pick me up when I'm feeling down. They never disappoint me. They never annoy me. And they never, ever tell me that the dishes need to be done or that I need to pick my clothes up off the bathroom floor (I may or may not have a problem there...). And I will love them until the day I die.
You might think I'm joking, that I'm being dramatic. So let's see how you<do when you're up against a dozen glazed doughnuts made fresh in your own kitchen!
You<give this Krispy Kreme copycat recipe a try, and see how you feel after that first bite of a fresh, warm, glazed deliciousness. Mark my words: you'll be declaring your love for these doughnuts too!
Know what else I love? Freshly baked Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chips Cookies. *Swoon*
Anyway. Back to these doughnuts. The key to getting them just right is in two very important steps:
- The Rising. You must let the dough rise twice. Once in the bowl, and once after you've cut the doughnuts. Which leads me to...
- The thickness of the doughnuts you cut. I had the best results with rolling the dough out pretty thin before cutting, down to about 1/4 inch. Think roll-out sugar cookie dough thick, and that's about where you want these.
Be sure to follow those two simple rules, and you'll have perfectly fluffy Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnuts made in your very own kitchen.