Grilled Doughnut Toppings

The Kitchen is grilling up some doughnuts and showing you 3 great ways to top them.
Episode: Summer Cookout

Photo by: Todd Plitt

Todd Plitt

Ricotta, Strawberries, Chocolate Sauce: Spread a layer of ricotta cheese on your grilled doughnuts. Add some sliced strawberries and finish with a drizzle of chocolate sauce.

Raspberry Sauce with Candied Nuts: Spread raspberry sauce on your grilled doughnuts (you can thin the sauce out to the desired consistency with water). Sprinkle on your favorite candied nuts.

Peanut Butter and Bacon Bits: Spread peanut butter on the grilled doughnuts. Sprinkle on some chopped cooked bacon. Enjoy!

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