The 2016 Olympic Games are finally here. What better way to celebrate the occasion than with a sweet treat that pays homage to this very special event?
As athletes from all corners of the world face off in Brazil you can cheer your team on with Olympic donuts – yes, we said donuts! But these aren’t just any donuts.
These Olympic donuts are made with buttermilk and avocado oil, then baked until perfectly golden. They are slathered with buttercream before being drenched in a luscious mirror glaze in the colors of the Olympic ring.
How To Make Olympic Donuts
Want to make Olympic donuts at home? Watch this wonderful step-by-step video from Honeysuckle to learn how to replicate this edible masterpiece. We think these Olympic donuts deserve a '10.' Don't you?
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