Why donut lovers need to love donuts, too – The Guardian

Donuts are a favourite of mine, and I love them just as much as I love my cereal.

They’re just the perfect breakfast or snack treat, and they’re made with real ingredients.

I can’t say enough good things about them.

But there’s one big problem – they’re not actually sugar-free.

That’s why I love to make my own donuts.

And it’s also why I’d like to find a sugar-less version for my own kids.

That is, if I could find a recipe that didn’t require the use of sugar and still looked and tasted like real donuts!

And that’s why, for the last few years, I’ve been looking for a sugar free alternative.

This is why I’ve made the donuts below, which are absolutely free of sugar, and also a little bit of an indulgence.

It’s also a great way to add a dash of sweetness to a chocolate-flavoured donut.

And if you’re worried about them turning into a doughnut, just remember that the dough is really just made with flour, baking powder, and salt, so don’t be tempted to use sugar to keep it from becoming a doughy mess.

All these ingredients are used in the recipe, and the final product is delicious.

It takes only a few minutes to make and takes just under 30 minutes to serve.

The dough is then covered in foil, and baked in a preheated 350°C oven for 20 minutes, until it’s golden and the centre is slightly crisp.

And the taste is nothing short of divine, with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and nutmeg-scented cream.

These donuts are also perfect for a night out on the town.

A good cup of coffee is a must-have, and if you need a bit of motivation to make them, the recipe below will do just that.

If you don’t have a donut maker, you can also make your own using this recipe.

And finally, here are a few suggestions for how you can make these delicious donuts:  1.

Add a bit more butter to the mix for extra flavour.


Add cream cheese and sugar if you’d like it to be a little sweeter.


Add vanilla, cinnamon, and ginger for extra spice.


Add some of your favourite spices, such as cloves and cinnamon, if you want them to be slightly nutty. 



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