These Baked Chocolate Cake S’mores Donuts are a delicious gluten free chocolate donut sandwich with a toasted melty marshmallow and topped with a delicious chocolate glaze. You can’t eat just one!
When was the last time I made dessert on the blog? Too long ago, that’s for sure. So I thought, why not go big or go home? What’s “bigger” than homemade donuts? These are baked, not fried, but every bite is absolutely amazing. These Baked Chocolate Cake S’mores Donuts were not only incredibly decadent and divine, they’re also so easy to make and make making homemade donuts available for everyone. Let me take you right to these babies and how you can get your hands on them.
Surprise! Speaking of babies, this is a surprise baby shower post for Chez CateyLou !! Cate just celebrated three years of blogging so I can’t think of a perfect time for this for double celebration. She blogs about beautiful baked goods and is soon due to give birth to her baby girl so make sure to check out her blog!! Also, don’t forget to check out everyone’s amazing recipes below in honour of her baby shower right before the recipe. Thanks to Zainab and Allie for hosting such an amazing baby shower! Cate, I’m wishing you the best for you and your hubby TheBetterHalf for your growing family!!
The theme for the baby shower is donuts, since Cate loves donuts, and I was absolutely in love with this theme. I’ve made donuts at home before, but I just followed a recipe. This was a great opportunity to do some serious research, trial and error, and try a recipe of my own. I’m so happy with how these Baked Chocolate Cake S’mores Donuts came out. P.S. – do you say donuts or doughnuts?
These donuts definitely taste like baked versions of your fried donuts. This means that they not only taste great, but are much less hassle. You get a super chocolate-y, melt in your mouth donut, with a toasted, melty runny marshmallows in the centre, the slight crunch of the graham crackers, and the addictive chocolate glaze all in one bite. I don’t think it gets any better than this. These were very easy to make gluten free, and I actually think that lends itself to how soft and smooth these donuts are.
Ever since becoming a vegetarian, I’ve missed marshmallows. I found vegan marshmallows online and I really fell in love with them. Then I was browsing instagram and fell upon a photo from a vegan donut store called donutfriend that made a chocolate cake s’mores donut and I was like I NEED TO MAKE THIS. I do wish one day to taste one of their donuts, but for now, mine are doing pretty great.
If you enjoy soft donuts, gooey marshmallows, and a creamy chocolate glaze, these are the donuts for you.
Don’t forget to check out everyone’s amazing donut recipes:
Chocolate Cake S’mores Donuts – Jessica in the Kitchen
Chocolate Pretzel Donuts – The Emotional Baker
Coconut Matcha Donuts with White Chocolate Glaze – Blahnik Baker
Coffee and Donuts Breakfast Bake – The Cookie Rookie
Doughnut Tiramisu – bethcakes
GF Lemon Donuts with Raspberry Glaze – Thoroughly Nourished Life
Maple Glazed Donut Holes – Hall Nesting
Old Fashioned Sour Cream Cake Donuts – American Heritage Cooking
Paleo Chocolate Frosted Donuts – A Clean Bake
Raspberry Jam Filled Cupcakes – gotta get baked
Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Donut Breakfast Sandwich – Shared Appetite
Strawberry Margarita Oreo Donuts – Life Made Sweeter
Baked Mini Samoa Donuts – Culinary Couture
Donut Holes with Sweet Strawberry Dipping Sauce – Twin Stripe
These Baked Chocolate Cake S'mores Donuts are a delicious gluten free chocolate donut sandwich with a toasted melty marshmallow and topped with a delicious chocolate glaze. You can't eat just one!
1. Store leftover donuts in an air tight container. Donuts taste best when warm, so if serving leftovers, warm them for a few seconds in the microwave or in the oven.
2. Donuts do not keep very long as leftovers. They do keep for at least 2 days.
3. You can have the donuts without the s'mores if you desire.
4. You can top the donuts with the glaze after the s'mores go into the centre, it's completely up to you. I prefer to put them on as soon as they come out of the oven so that they are dried by the time they the s'mores go into the centre.
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