Feast your eyes and satisfy your sweet tooth as we embark on a delicious journey through the world of vegan doughnuts! Immerse yourself in this scrumptious exploration that marries tradition and innovation, demonstrating that compassionate eating can also be delightfully indulgent. Traditional doughnut recipes often call for eggs and milk, which means they are not vegan-friendly. Some lucky cities have vegan doughnut shops or other shops that at least have a vegan option on their menu. If you live in one of these cities, you already know how excellent and convenient these vegan options are.
National Doughnut Day
National Doughnut Day was founded during World War I to honor “doughnut lassies,” volunteers who would deliver food to the front lines. These individuals soon discovered that doughnuts were a practical and effective way to deliver and prepare food. They could even cook up to seven doughnuts at once using the war helmets as a pan.
The National Doughnut Day holiday is celebrated each year on the first Friday of June. This year’s National Donut Day falls on June 2. Many shops offer free doughnuts on this special day, but some vegans may have difficulty finding a plant-based doughnut in their city.
If you don’t have a vegan doughnut shop in your city for National Doughnut Day, consider making your vegan doughnuts at home. You may find your homemade vegan doughnuts are even tastier than those offered in shops. Get ready to discover an array of mouthwatering vegan doughnut recipes that promise to tickle your taste buds and revolutionize your home baking experience.
If you love traditional doughnuts, this recipe by Gaz Oakley is the one for you. The end result is enough delicious, chewy, and fluffy doughnuts to feed 15 people. If following along with text recipes isn’t your thing Gaz also has a video recipe on his YouTube:
This vegan doughnut recipe is a must if you love fluffy, cream-filled, chocolate-coated snacks. The recipe offers instructions for deep frying, baking, or air frying. Of course, deep frying tastes the best, but the other methods are still absolutely delicious. Mary’s Test Kitchen also offers a video walk through on YouTube that can be seen here:
What is better than delicious Biscoff cookie butter: A Biscoff doughnut, of course. These amazing doughnuts are filled with Biscoff custard cream and topped off with melted Biscoff spread, cookie crumbles, white chocolate shavings, and a Biscoff cookie.
These light, airy vegan doughnuts from Tasty.co are a fluffy and delicious treat. Each delicious bite is finished off with a dusting of sugar.
These delectable vanilla-sugar apricot doughnuts are filled with smooth apricot jam, then topped off with granulated sugar and vanilla bean.
S’mores are a chocolate and marshmallow treat that vegans learn early to skip. This recipe, though, replaces all of those pesky, animal-derived ingredients with delicious, compassionate ingredients. Each chocolate ganache-coated graham cracker crumb sprinkled s’mores doughnut is filled with vegan marshmallow fluff.
Gingerbread is not just for Christmas anymore. This recipe is not only vegan but also gluten-free. These spice-filled doughnuts will give your kitchen that holiday smell with their cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg mix.
If you are in the market for a more grown-up doughnut, this is the recipe for you. These amazing doughnuts are infused with strongly brewed Earl Grey tea and topped off with homemade vegan caramel and blood orange zest.
Enjoy A Compassionate National Doughnut Day
With this many vegan doughnut recipes available, it is easy to eat with compassion. Creative vegans all over the country work diligently to perfect vegan versions of their favorite treats. Thanks to these hardworking chefs and their easy-to-follow recipes, no vegan need ever miss out on National Doughnut Day again.