Food & Nutrition

A dozen doughnut recipes for sweet and savory lovers

No fryer necessary—an oven and a silicone doughnut pan are all you need

Homemade bagels are all the rage thanks to WW’s Two-Ingredient Dough and silicone bagel pans, but did you know that you can use the same pan for baking fresh doughnuts at home? That’s one less errand you have to run, and since they’re not deep-fried, they’re better for you, too!

Fittingly, we’re sharing a dozen doughnut recipes that range from traditional favorites like chocolate and jelly-filled to the unexpected: mac-and-cheese and mashed-potato doughnuts, anyone?

If you’re feeling adventurous, try turning your favorite muffin, banana bread, or meatloaf recipe (trust us) into doughnuts, too. The options are endless, and we want to see your unique takes on the beloved pastry. Share your creations on Instagram and on WW Connect with #WWdoughnuts. Happy baking!

Leslie Fink, MS, RD, has worked on the WW editorial team for more than 20 years. She plays a key role in food, recipe, and program content, as well as product partnerships and experiences.

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