Raspberry Thumbprint Donuts have only two main ingredients, plus some glaze, so they’re perfect for a quick breakfast treat.
Raspberry Thumbprint Donuts
Apparently “thumbprint” is a hard word for me to type. I’ve typed it wrong about 37 times while writing this post up. The b & p get me.
As I’ve mentioned before, Julia loves helping me in the kitchen. My dad built her a helper stool so she can stand right up to the counter with me and she’s constantly asking to help. Even if I’m just slicing an apple, she wants in on the action. She was a whiz at making pesto for the cavatappi we made a couple weeks ago but I like to think of easy recipes she can help with (without causing me too much stress).
These Raspberry Thumbprint Donuts fit the bill. She was great at using her thumb to make the well for the jam. They’re only two main ingredients, plus the glaze, so they’re perfect for little hands that want to help. They’re also perfect if you’re in a time crunch but want to make something impressive.
Use whichever type of jam is your favorite. You could make a combo plate and let people pick. That would be pretty.
I’m sharing the step-by-step instructions for this treat over on the Rhodes Kids Baking blog today. Head over for a fun sweet to make with your kids.
Thank you to Rhodes for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own and I only rave about products I genuinely enjoy.
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