Donut icing can add a complimenting flavor to donuts to take the flavor to the next level.
Donut icing flavors include maple, cinnamon, vanilla, chocolate, orange, lemon, etc.
Donut icing is simply made using a glaze. A glaze can be made using powdered sugar, and butter or milk to create the icing.
Donut glazes will dry to the donut, making sure their isn’t a sticky mess on top of the donut.
Try making one of these sweet, donut icing flavors when you bake your next batch of donuts.
Maple glaze is a buttery, sweet glaze with a hint of maple syrup flavor.
Maple glaze is flavored using maple extract, and pure maple syrup.
Maple glaze can be used on maple donut, pumpkin donuts, or cinnamon donuts.
Coffee glaze tastes as if you’re eating a latte!
Coffee glaze is flavored using freshly brewed coffee, infused into a icing base. You can add a couple of toasted hazelnuts on top of the glaze for a crunchy texture to the donut.
Coffee glaze can be used with vanilla donuts, or chocolate donuts.
Chocolate glaze is a rich, chocolatey glaze you can make using only 2 ingredients.
Chocolate glaze is made using a little coconut oil, and melted dark chocolate mixed together.
Chocolate donuts can be dipped into the glaze, and set to dry. You can add a couple of sprinkles on top for a pop of color if desired.
Vanilla glaze is a classic flavored glaze you can use on almost any flavor of donut.
Vanilla glaze is made using vanilla extract with icing to create this deliciously sweet glaze.
Apple Cider Glaze
Apple cider glaze has a hint of apple and cinnamon flavor to it.
Apple cider glaze is made by adding apple cider, cinnamon, and vanilla extract to a glaze base.
Apple cider glaze can be used on top of apple donuts, cinnamon donuts, or vanilla donuts.
Salted Caramel Glaze
Salted caramel glaze has both sweet and salty flavors to it.
Salted caramel glaze is made by adding brown sugar, butter, salt, and milk and cooking it until it’s a golden color.
At the end of the cooking process, vanilla extract is added to flavor the glaze.
Salted caramel glaze can be used for banana donuts, cinnamon donuts, pumpkin donuts, vanilla donuts, or chocolate donuts.
Strawberry glaze has a burst of fruity flavor to it, and is a beautiful pink color.
Strawberry glaze is made by pureeing strawberries together, and then adding them to a glaze base.
Strawberry glaze can be used on top of vanilla donuts for a delicious fruity donut.
Peanut Butter Glaze
Peanut butter glaze has a savory, sweet, peanut butter flavor.
Peanut butter glaze is made by mixing together peanut butter, melted butter, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract.
Peanut butter glaze is the perfect addition to chocolate donuts for a chocolate and peanut butter flavored donut.
Cream Cheese Glaze
Cream cheese glaze is a tangy, sweet glaze for donuts.
Cream cheese glaze is made by combining butter, cream cheese, vanilla extract, and powdered sugar.
Cream cheese glaze works well for red velvet donuts, vanilla donuts, pumpkin donuts, or cinnamon donuts.
Cinnamon Coffee Glaze
Cinnamon coffee glaze is the perfect glaze for donuts being eaten for breakfast!
Cinnamon coffee glaze is made by adding freshly brewed coffee, and cinnamon to a glaze base.
Cinnamon coffee glaze can be used for cinnamon sugar donuts, chocolate donuts, vanilla donuts, or pumpkin donuts.
Lemon glaze is a sweet, tart glaze. Lemon glaze is made by simply adding fresh lemon juice to powdered sugar.
You can add a little lemon zest on top of the glazed donuts for an added pop of lemon color if desired.
Lemon glaze can be used for lemon donuts, or vanilla donuts.
Orange glaze is a refreshing orange flavored glaze made using only a couple of ingredients.
Orange glaze is made by adding a little bit of orange juice to a glaze base.
You can also add a little orange zest on top of the orange glaze if desired for a beautiful orange color on top of the donuts.
Orange glaze can be used for orange donuts, or vanilla donuts.