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[Photograph: Parragon Inc.]

Entenmann's excels at cake donuts. Frosted, glazed, crumb topped, or coated with loads of confectioners' sugar, all of the varieties are pretty tasty. So this recipe for Entenmann's Chocolate Cake Donuts obviously came with some pretty high expectations.

Beginning with a chocolate batter, the donuts are rolled out, punched out and deep fried until puffy and crisp. Like any great cake donut these have a wonderfully tender crumb and a lightness that makes you want to go for more than just one. Although the donuts are finished with a drizzles of white and dark chocolate, they aren't overly sweet, and in fact might just benefit from a bit more sugar. We're thinking next time we'll swap out the chocolate drizzles for a sugary glaze.

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