Whether you’re planning an Easter brunch or a spring morning breakfast, these chick doughnuts are every bit as easy and they are delicious! With a soft, lemon poppy seed cake doughnut base, what’s not to love about these easy treats?
If you were to ask me what it is I love most about baking, I’d tell you it’s how it connects people. If you’ve never bonded with someone over a seriously good slice of chocolate cake (this is my favorite chocolate cake recipe to share with friends) or a freshly frosted sugar cookie, you’re missing out.
You don’t need to be a hard core foodie to appreciate perfectly smooth buttercream frosting or the fact that a warm brownie served with vanilla ice cream is pretty much the best thing EVER.
Which is exactly why I’ve built 99.9% of my social interactions around food.
I’m sure this is just me and none of you awesome folks can relate, but I can get… awkward… when meeting new people or talking to people I’d like to get to know. There’s just something in my brain that goes, “You seem like a cool person. Please, let me ruin everything by trying to hard and becoming immediately awkward.”
Thanks brain, thanks a lot.
But more than anything else, baking is my little way of putting happiness back into the world. Seriously, when was the last time you saw someone eat a cupcake and be sad about it? Or a doughnut? Or, more importantly, an adorable chick doughnut?