Dunkin' Donuts is the world's leading baked goods and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day. Dunkin' Donuts sells 52 varieties of donuts and more than a dozen coffee beverages as well as an array of bagels, breakfast sandwiches and other baked goods.

At the end of 2011, there were 10,083 Dunkin' Donuts stores worldwide, including 7,015 franchised restaurants in 36 United States and 3,068 international shops in 32 countries.

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Honey Glazed Donuts



HONEY GLAZED DONUTS
Dunkin Donuts Copycat Recipe

Donut Batter:

2 1/4 teaspoon active yeast
2 tablespoons lukewarm water (105-110)
3/4 cup warm milk (105-110)
2 1/2 tablespoons melted butter
1 egg
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 3/4 cup flour
1 teaspoon vanilla

Glaze:
1/3 cup melted butter
2 cups confectioners sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/3 cup hot water
1 teaspoon honey

Mix yeast in 1 c. of the flour, add sugar. Combine water, milk, melted butter, and egg in the mixer, add the flour/yeast/sugar mixture blending well (about 3 minutes). Add vanilla, salt and remaining flour. The dough should be quite soft, but not sticky. Cover the dough and let rise until double. (Use the moist oven method for faster results.) Dough has risen enough when an indentation remains when you poke it.

On a heavily floured surface, roll dough out 1/2" thick and cut out the donuts using a donut cutter dipped in flour. Let the donuts rise/set for 15 minutes. In the meantime, heat up the oil for frying. The oil needs to be about 350 degrees in order to prevent it from saturating the dough.

Fry for approximately 60 seconds each side, turning only ONCE. Remove from hot oil, place on paper towels, cool for 5-7 minutes before glazing.

To make glaze: Combine butter, confectioners sugar, vanilla, honey and hot water in a small bowl, blending until smooth. Dunk the donuts into the glaze

Moist Oven Method: Preheat the oven to 200F, place a loaf pan filled halfway with boiling water in the oven. SHUT OVEN OFF. Place dough in warm, moist oven to rise. This method generally reduces rising time by half.

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