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Spinach, Egg, and Feta Breakfast Pockets

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins 7 comments

These golden puff pastry pockets are filled with spinach, feta, scallions, and hard boiled eggs. They make a great savory to-go breakfast or a new spin on a classic omelet flavor. More

Maple Bacon Long Johns

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold Post a comment

When it comes to prepping the doughnuts, Long Johns are a snap. After the first rise, just roll out the dough into a large rectangle and cut out the bars. Alas, the lack of scraps means no doughnut holes, but for dunkers, the shape of the Long Johns is ideal. More

Pączki

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 7 comments

Crisp on the outside, yet soft and yielding on the inside, pączki may look like ordinary jelly doughnuts, but these rich and dense pastries are far from run-of-the-mill. More

Monkey Bread

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 3 comments

Imagine dozens of cinnamon roll nuggets piled together and bound by caramel and you have Monkey Bread. More

Kringle

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 7 comments

Kringles can be filled with fruit or nuts. Cherry, apple and almond are popular and traditional fillings. More

Serious Eats' Caramel Sticky Buns

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 13 comments

A good sticky bun (and we're not talking about the mall variety) can be a transcendent experience, just ask our own Ed Levine who had his mind blown by a roadside bun at Knaus Berry Farm in Homestead, Florida. It's pretty much impossible to read Ed's tale of this incredible sticky bun in the Serious Eats book without needing to try one out for yourself. More

Gluten-Free Doughnut Bites

Serious Eats Elizabeth Barbone 4 comments

Inspired by Dunkin Donuts' Munchkins, these doughnut bites are actually cake doughnuts instead of the traditional yeast-raised doughnuts. You can squeeze a little jam into the finished doughnut holes. Especially great if you're celebrating a gluten-free Hanukkah! More

Apple Fritters

Serious Eats Alexandra Penfold 1 comment

If desired you can dress these fritters up with a simple glaze: just whisk together 1 cup of confectioner's sugar with two tablespoons of milk and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. More

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