[tps_header]We must warn you: reading this post will cause salivation and an overwhelmingly intense donut craving—although somehow, we don’t think you’ll mind! These beautiful donuts appear to be from a fancy bakery, but the truth is, the delicious glazes were made at home! And thanks to the talented Eden Passante from Sugar and Charm sharing her secrets, we’ve got the easy recipes for each delectable donut glaze for you to try out yourself!
“People are saying donuts have made a comeback, but I’m not sure I can agree that they were ever out of style. I’ve created four delicious and super easy donut glazes you can use to set up your own donut bar. (It’s kind of like decorating sugar cookies, but with donuts!) Set out toppings like toasted coconut, chocolate chips, fresh fruit, nuts, sprinkles, graham cracker crumbs and whatever else you think would taste incredible on a donut. Combine glazes and toppings to make mouth-watering creations—like caramel hazelnut, a s’mores donut or even toasted coconut. You’ll never go back to a regular donut again!”
Recipes & photos by Eden Passante of Sugar and Charm.[/tps_header]
– 3/4 cup fresh raspberries
– Splash of water
– 2 cups powdered sugar
In a blender, purée the fresh raspberries with a splash of water. This should yield about 1/2 cup puréed raspberries. Whisk the powdered sugar into the purée.
This glaze goes well with toppings like fresh blackberries, almonds, white chocolate shavings, coconut and chocolate sauce.
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