6 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays With Doughnuts

Make Hanukkah sufganiyot or sfinj. Sufganiyot are jelly-filled doughnuts that are traditionally eaten during Hanukkah, while sfinj are a Moroccan doughnut that is often dusted with powdered sugar.  

Create a doughnut hole croquembouche for Christmas. A croquembouche is a French pastry made of profiteroles stacked in a cone shape.

Decorate festive doughnuts for any holiday. Get creative with your doughnut decorating skills by using sprinkles, icing, and other edible decorations to create festive designs.


Host a doughnut-themed party. Invite your friends and family over for a doughnut-themed party. You can serve a variety of doughnuts, including glazed, chocolate-covered, and filled doughnuts.

Give doughnuts as gifts. Doughnuts make a great gift for friends, family, and teachers. You can package them in a festive box or bag.

Enjoy doughnuts with your favorite holiday beverage. Whether you're enjoying a cup of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa, doughnuts are the perfect way to start your day.


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