Baked Peanut Butter Chocolate Donuts are the indulgence you've been waiting for. Chocolate cake donuts with peanut butter.
It's baaaack. Let's face it, peanut butter never left.
Also, I went on a donut frenzy in the last few weeks. I really went crazy with donuts.
More to come on that.
What can I say? This was bound to happen and we both know it! There are two foods I would take with me to a desert island: peanut butter and donuts.
Any kind of donut, I don't even care which.
Given the choice, I'd pick cream-filled chocolate-glazed – that’s my #1 favorite donut - but I'm honestly not picky enough to care! I just want an island FULL of donuts.
And, of course, peanut butter.
So I brought donuts and peanut butter together. It was only a matter of time. Plus, these include chocolate too, so they're basically the perfect food.
I just couldn’t help myself recently. I got on a donut frenzy and couldn’t stop.
I made four versions in one day. Uh, yeah, that’s a lot of donuts.
I received several new donut pans for Christmas though and I was sooo excited to experiment! Clearly it had a snowball effect.
Not only was I on a serious donut bender then, but weeks later, I still have donuts on the brain.
They’re a lot of fun to make though. Baked donuts are super easy and no fuss!
Well, as easy as making cupcakes. If you consider cupcakes to be pretty simple, then you will enjoy making donuts!
I'm not going to try to claim that these are healthy - I know you know better than that, but since these are baked, I will suggest that they could be a lot worse!
Either way, they are DEFINITELY worth the splurge.
If you wanted to cut corners on the calories, you could leave off the Reese’s cups topping, but why would you want to do that? They add an extra boost of chocolate + peanut butter, and they also look kinda cute on top, right?
These little beauties look and taste so delicious that you could probably convince people they came from a legit donut shop, but they are deceptively easy to make!
A simple chocolate cake donut is baked, doused with a rich peanut butter glaze, and dunked in a bowl of chopped up peanut butter cups. Bam.
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