Donuts with glazes are topped with a variety of glazes prepared from milk, sugar, and vanilla or cocoa powder.
The Boston cream donut is essentially the donut version of the renowned Boston cream pie, a cake with a chocolate glaze and vanilla custard filling.
The sour cream doughnut is a type of cake donut that is most prevalent in the United States.
The cronut is a relatively recent invention that recently ignited the Internet.
The Peruvian doughnuts known as picarones are prepared with squash and sweet potato.
Sonhos are a popular variety of filled donut in Brazil.
Churros are one of the most renowned Spanish desserts.
Rosquillas are typically sprinkled with powdered sugar or dipped in a chocolate glaze and are smaller than American donuts.
These Portuguese yeast donuts are flavoured with lemon zest and dusted with cinnamon sugar.
Zeppole are typically coated with confectioners' sugar and can be filled with a variety of ingredients, such as custard, jelly, and pastry cream.
Bomboloni are Italian yeasted doughnuts wrapped in sugar and filled with pastry cream.
Beignets are a ubiquitous pastry in French and French-American cuisines.