90 Simple and Delicious Recipes to Make at Home
by Lara Ferroni
A fresh doughnut and a cup of coffee is a match made in heaven for many of us—and Lara Ferroni’s updated cookbook shows just how easy it to make delicious doughnuts at home.
There’s nothing quite like a fresh doughnut! With instructions written for home cooks, this book makes it easy to create doughnuts in your own kitchen.
Be prepared to be tempted by favorite classics like old-fashioned sour cream, maple-bacon bars, or red velvet, and new delights such as pineapple fritters, dulce de leche, and rainbow cake. There are also variations for vegan and gluten-free versions in this expanded edition, now with 30 new recipes. Your family and friends will not be disappointed!
But just in case, here goes my Doughnut Book review:
- Glazes and toppings
And for all my entrepreneur friends, maybe you can even get started on a side hustle making artisan doughnuts to order!
There is more than enough recipes and flavors included, so having a nice menu won’t be a problem.
If I wasn’t moving all the time, I would definitely make some, invite some friends for a tasting party and simply offer them to make them to order.
Americans consume more than 10 billion doughnuts a year. Which means this is a great business opportunity. If not your main source of income, a side hustle for the weekends.
You can find a copy of the Doughtnut book
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About the Author of the Doughnuts Book:
Lara Ferroni is a tech geek turned food geek who spends her days exploring food and cocktail culture. As a writer and photographer, you might spy her learning to make kimchi in the back room of a local church, foraging for wild berries, or snapping away in some of the finest kitchens and bars. She is the author of five cookbooks, including Doughnuts, An Avocado a
Day, Real Snacks, and Put an Egg on It. You can find more of her tasty photos and recipes on her blog, www.LaraFerroni.com.