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How to Make Homemade Doughnuts – Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph

How to Make Homemade Doughnuts – Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph

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Thomas Joseph shares tips and techniques for making jelly-filled doughnuts that might just be better than your neighborhood doughnut shop.

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Sarah Carey is the editor of Everyday Food magazine and her job is to come up with the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home. But she’s also a mom to two hungry kids, so the question “What’s for dinner?” is never far from her mind — or theirs, it seems! Her days can get crazy busy (whose don’t?), so these videos are all about her favorite fast, fresh meals — and the tricks she uses to make it all SO much easier.



  • Gail on June 5, 2019

    🌸 when cutting out, tap sharply down do not twist
    Trust me it’s better

  • Gail on June 5, 2019

    🌸 hate dense donuts, prefer light and melt into your mouth and slide on your tongue
    Ummmm and that candy vanilla taste, I’m on cloud nine 💕💗💖✨

    Wait till the glaze is dry, hah I’d finish half of the donuts before I even fill them with custard or jam lol
    I can forget the glaze part, no donuts will survive and none to share 😁

  • Sarah Westling on June 5, 2019


  • Letha Hadady on June 5, 2019

    Why support our dumb addiction to sweets that wreaks havoc with health?

  • Linda Riley on June 5, 2019


  • Cuisine Rene on June 5, 2019

    Thank you

  • Debra Walters on June 5, 2019

    Fabulous looking doughnuts, my mouth is watering! ❤️

  • Janina Ferrera on June 5, 2019

    Those background noise. Haha

  • G B on June 5, 2019

    So well spoken! Fabulous tutorial.

  • Lou Reed on June 5, 2019

    They look just like the Paczki I make. Tak pyazne !

  • Gabriela Rodriguez on June 5, 2019

    You got fat 🙁

  • JB Cobbs on June 5, 2019

    Sexy donuts ❤️

  • Living the Gourmet on June 5, 2019

    Thomas, you're the best! Now I'm off to make some donuts.

  • Dulcinea sin Toboso on June 5, 2019

    Love this!! Wonderfully explained.
    Thanks for this video!
    Sweet regards!

    P.S: That glaze bubble down the doughnut was driving me crazy! 😀

  • Dulcinea sin Toboso on June 5, 2019

    Love this!! Wonderfully explained. Thanks for this video!Sweet regards!P.S: That glaze bubble down the doughnut was driving me crazy! 😀

  • kar wye ng on June 5, 2019

    i use a large syringe to fill the donuts. easier this way and i can even measure the amount of fillings.

  • Jason King on June 5, 2019

    He is simply gorgeous!!! 😍😍

  • cocacola7845 on June 5, 2019

    Where’d you get your apron from? I love it

  • EddyGurge on June 5, 2019

    Jon Townsend approves of this video.

  • LagiNaLangAko23 on June 5, 2019

    Extra fine like that tip.

  • 栗田美佐夫 on June 5, 2019


  • Arax K. S. on June 5, 2019

    Instead of the sugar glaze, you can dust them with powdered sugar. YUM! My mother makes them once a month and they are amazing! Oh, and we don't fill them with anything since they are sweet and delicious themselves.

  • Jason C on June 5, 2019

    Hi, I have been trying to make cookies with grounded oatmeal (flour substitute). But the cookies are always dense and fall apart quite easily. Also, they don’t have the chewy cookie texture compared to recipes with flour.

    Any suggestions to make a healthy banana chocolate chips oatmeal cookie?

  • Sarmishta Velury on June 5, 2019

    Just a suggestion, I am not sure if all your viewers would appreciate this, but I like to see a behind the scenes sort of episode that explains how you developed this recipe, what roadblocks you faced and what you did to perfect it. It makes it much more interesting to me. I love the added insight into the process and it makes me appreciate the recipe more.

    I understand that this isn't the case with everyone, but maybe you could experiment with a couple of episodes and see if your audience likes it?

    I know that Bon Appetit viewers do enjoy seeing the frustration, dedication and hard work that goes into perfecting a basic recipe like donuts.

    I love your videos Thomas and have learned so much from you. Thank you.

  • Dbirdey Capozzi on June 5, 2019

    Wow! Lovely!…and thanks!

  • Hernan Serra on June 5, 2019

    Thank you for restoring the vídeo !!!!

  • palm2015 Lovey on June 5, 2019

    Nummiest doughnuts ever 😋😋😋😋

  • Ananth Arunasalam on June 5, 2019

    Did I hear 2 tablespoons of yeast?

  • Rose Obeng on June 5, 2019

    Very yummy

  • Bush on June 5, 2019

    Thanks for the fix

  • Blackened Featherz on June 5, 2019

    Any particular reason you guys used 2 tbsps of yeast instead of the typical 2 – 3 tsps you'd usually expect to see in a yeasted dough recipe? is there a noticeable difference? 👀

  • Fadilah Ahmad on June 5, 2019


  • christopher kibler on June 5, 2019

    Boys sweeter then the sugar glaze on them doughnuts

  • Vee Cee on June 5, 2019

    Thank you so much for reposting this video! I just love, love, love donuts (good ones, which are hard to find), but I always thought they would be difficult to make. Enter Thomas Joseph to show us that homemade donuts are totally doable. I can't wait to make these, thanks again Thomas!

  • greatboniwanker on June 5, 2019

    ❤️ 🍩 ❤️ DOUGH ~(8 (1) NUTS ❤️ 🍩 ❤️

  • Dodge Coffman on June 5, 2019


  • dboyzero on June 5, 2019

    do you have to cut the donuts out? could you form them into balls if you're gentle?

  • Gisel Silva on June 5, 2019

    You're the cutest, I love u! =)

  • Malin Magnusson on June 5, 2019

    Yeeei 👏🏻 Thank you! We finally got the end 🤗🤪😁

  • ERIKA DOWDY on June 5, 2019

    Also , u can tell the yeast is good when its warm to the touch after u mix in with flour