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We bought the Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the beginning of the video at Penn Station. Normally, we'd advise you to never ingest anything that has at any point entered or left Penn Station (for your health and safety), but we always make an exception for Krispy Kreme. And this is solely because there is only one Krispy Kreme location in New York City. Join Claire Saffitz in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen as she attempts to make a gourmet version of Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
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Pastry Chef Attempts to Make Gourmet Krispy Kreme Doughnuts | Gourmet Makes | Bon Appétit

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  1. Armetta Wireman
    Armetta Wireman
    2 dögum síðan

    Krispy Kreme has never been my favorite donut but you can't get the good old fashion yeast donuts that you use to be able to get so they are about as close as you can get. Around 10 to 15 years ago everybody changed something and they just aren't the same. I think automation, freezing, preservatives, and stabilizers are the reasons. I think the only way you will ever get a good old fashion fried yeast donut is to make them yourself. I can't wait to try this recipe. My favorites are glazed, powered jelly-filled and chocolate frosted with nuts.

  2. Hani
    Hani
    3 dögum síðan

    And don't use baking powder sheesh

  3. Hani
    Hani
    3 dögum síðan

    She cut/rolled them too thick too

  4. Hani
    Hani
    3 dögum síðan

    Those are all a fail to me. No white rings.

  5. Hani
    Hani
    3 dögum síðan

    PETITE? THOSE ARE NOT PETITE LOL

  6. Ian M
    Ian M
    4 dögum síðan

    _here I am, 11 o’clock at night, thinking “these don’t look too hard to make”_

  7. allison reyes
    allison reyes
    5 dögum síðan

    That one black person that poked it made me laugh😂 I didn't know they had black people working at BA that made me happy

  8. marcus cobra
    marcus cobra
    5 dögum síðan

    i tried to grab the donuts.....

  9. Alex Southam
    Alex Southam
    6 dögum síðan

    Cooking at a higher temperature of oil and keep on flipping it like you did with the second batch

  10. Tamara Kennedy
    Tamara Kennedy
    7 dögum síðan

    Soo manyyy commercials jesus christ this is bad...a commercial every minute and a half...come on guys...nauseating.

  11. Isaac Caruso
    Isaac Caruso
    8 dögum síðan

    This is one of my fav shows! Claire is amazing!

  12. Hear truth
    Hear truth
    9 dögum síðan

    She is beautiful 8:00

  13. Bill Monson
    Bill Monson
    10 dögum síðan

    Gregory suggested punching a hole in the middle of the fried cakes, so that the insides of the cakes would cook as evenly as the outsides. Experts believe that this reason makes sense, because of the way that donuts are cooked. ... Some people believe that the holes in donuts allowed them to be sold in a similar way.

  14. Stella Marie
    Stella Marie
    10 dögum síðan

    Can someone send me the recipe ?

  15. Jeffrey Cheng
    Jeffrey Cheng
    11 dögum síðan

    over night baguette est weapon for ZOMBIE

  16. Legally_latina
    Legally_latina
    11 dögum síðan

    Cries in Tim Hortons🇨🇦

  17. Data Odokpa
    Data Odokpa
    13 dögum síðan

    They are acting as if they've never tasted a Krispy Kreme Donut...am I the only one that feels like that...

  18. Lil chills
    Lil chills
    14 dögum síðan

    I don’t know what’s more impressive, the fact that she actually did it, or the fact that she was able to read the ingredients

  19. Freya P
    Freya P
    14 dögum síðan

    The high five!!! I wish I had that experience. I feel like I'd laugh so hard my abdomen would hurt

  20. Milagros Gtz.
    Milagros Gtz.
    19 dögum síðan

    I wanted to make them cause KC are close in cancun, but after this i think im going to wait for them to open😂

  21. Andy Sutcliffe
    Andy Sutcliffe
    19 dögum síðan

    I’m a huge fan of custard doughnuts, could there be a better filling, apple, meh, jam, ok, custard, now we’re talking!

  22. Lileh
    Lileh
    20 dögum síðan

    I wanna eat this video

  23. Jaesen Dungca
    Jaesen Dungca
    20 dögum síðan

    Hi Claire, I'm cooking my own donuts for sale in our neighborhood. I tried using coconut oil for frying and I like its result other than vegetable oil. It's not that "oily" in the taste

  24. Fadilla Achmad
    Fadilla Achmad
    21 degi síðan síðan

    I spot an Alex Delany

  25. Ally Kat
    Ally Kat
    22 dögum síðan

    Part I: What is Krispy Kreme. I don’t even think you need to tell us.

  26. airmax899
    airmax899
    23 dögum síðan

    It seems like a consistent element of each episode is Claire changing more than one variable at a time between tests. Gotta go with the scientific method!

  27. Faze Nicolas
    Faze Nicolas
    23 dögum síðan

    Oh and for best flavor for your icing, always make your own confectioners sugar. It’s really easy, just blend your sugar in a blender with a little cornstarch until it turns to powder, it should take a few seconds at most

  28. Faze Nicolas
    Faze Nicolas
    23 dögum síðan

    Oh and for shaping, to get a better donut, I would suggest rolling out a little thinner, like 25% thinner, and making the whole bigger. This allows for more even cooking, less big air bubbles, and more room to expand. It also cooks faster so you can control color better

  29. Faze Nicolas
    Faze Nicolas
    23 dögum síðan

    I would definitely suggest a mix of bread and all-purpose flour

  30. Faze Nicolas
    Faze Nicolas
    23 dögum síðan

    Throughout the video I had many thoughts on the dough. I believe one key ingredient in making the dough super soft is minimal kneading. For that dough to be so sticky and light, it must be because of high hydration resting instead of kneading the dough, which could result in a lighter dough because of less protein formation

  31. Faze Nicolas
    Faze Nicolas
    23 dögum síðan

    The roux she made is also known as a thangzong, popular in Japanese breads, where they gelatinize some of the flour with milk and cook it down to a paste. It really helps enhance the soft sponginess of your breads, good thoughts Claire!

  32. Big michael
    Big michael
    24 dögum síðan

    Funfact: Doughnuts without hole called "Berliner" in Germany, but not in Berlin. They call it "Pfankuchen" what translate to pancakes.

    1. Xander
      Xander
      23 dögum síðan

      Whereas in Berlin "Pfannkuchen" are called "Eierkuchen" which translates to egg cakes.

  33. Dingdring
    Dingdring
    25 dögum síðan

    I'm watching this in memorial for the krispy kreme shop that closed down near me

  34. Lukholo Ngozwana
    Lukholo Ngozwana
    25 dögum síðan

    I got so excited when I saw a black hand touching the dough

  35. SPLENDORISTA
    SPLENDORISTA
    25 dögum síðan

    what's roux and where can i find the recipe?

    1. Chris Patrick
      Chris Patrick
      24 dögum síðan

      SPLENDORISTA Generally ive used butter and flour or oil and flour. Theres a ton of ways to make one. Gumbos and chowders are the most commonly uses for rouxs, also gravys and what not. Google it theres a world of knowledge for it

  36. Jonathan Hernandez
    Jonathan Hernandez
    26 dögum síðan

    Okay, but what video where they watching? That was so mesmerizing!

  37. Brett Martin
    Brett Martin
    26 dögum síðan

    Interesting, when I think of a roux I think of equal parts of fat and flour. Not milk and flour

  38. Bryan Parsons
    Bryan Parsons
    27 dögum síðan

    Sorry I'm so late on this video

    1. Bryan Parsons
      Bryan Parsons
      27 dögum síðan

      Watching the video

  39. Bryan Parsons
    Bryan Parsons
    27 dögum síðan

    When your making donuts you never want to twist the cutter because if you don't it causes air pockets which won't give you your fluffy donuts that you love and it won't give you that white Rim. But you did a fantastic job ☺

  40. Banana BEANZ
    Banana BEANZ
    27 dögum síðan

    Beans beans beans beans beans beans beans beans beans beans beans bean soup

  41. Rick Cash
    Rick Cash
    27 dögum síðan

    I wish people would include the recipe, in writing, under show more.

  42. Mauricio Lazarini
    Mauricio Lazarini
    28 dögum síðan

    I'm in love with her

  43. Continental Desi Cuisines
    Continental Desi Cuisines
    28 dögum síðan

    Hy .. how can we reuse leftover glaze after few day??

  44. Umma Haruna
    Umma Haruna
    28 dögum síðan

    Where do I get her recipe please ???

  45. Jessa Cloie Amolo
    Jessa Cloie Amolo
    29 dögum síðan

    Where can we find the recipe?

  46. HelenBeee
    HelenBeee
    29 dögum síðan

    I think you proved quite resoundingly that the extrusion of the krispy creme dough was significant to the end donut. There was no way you could replicate that extrusion which I think resulted in the evenness of air through the batter whilst it was cooking. I think your donuts looked amazing...props to you for not giving in it was interesting to watch I did think that perhaps a quick time in an air dryer before the frying might help to create the skin of the donut and create more of a seal trapping the air within the dough and hopefully producing a more even distribution of air pockets?

  47. Adrianne Ty
    Adrianne Ty
    29 dögum síðan

    Alex “king of looking so in love with everyone he’s talking to” Delany

  48. Luisa Linsenmayer
    Luisa Linsenmayer
    Mánuði síðan

    Who really wants to make dough just to play with after watching Claire do it

  49. Manuel Cortes
    Manuel Cortes
    Mánuði síðan

    How can I get this recipe?

  50. Olivia H
    Olivia H
    Mánuði síðan

    Petition to see the chive G-string

  51. Nick O
    Nick O
    Mánuði síðan

    With everything that has transpired with minority representation, that ending clip w Chaey aged WELLLL lmaoo'

  52. Victoria_Atmosphere
    Victoria_Atmosphere
    Mánuði síðan

    Someone should post the point in the video where she starts actually making the donuts. Not all conversation is interesting to listen to, as is evident by this video.

    1. Sam Auvera
      Sam Auvera
      Mánuði síðan

      Girl- you watched the video and knew when the time is yet you decided to complain about the time not being posted instead pf posting the time yourself?

  53. Tanna Talks TooMuch
    Tanna Talks TooMuch
    Mánuði síðan

    The butt er nut is wat got my thumbs up xD

  54. isitthemoon
    isitthemoon
    Mánuði síðan

    "you nailed it on the first try" *25 minutes of video left* uuummmm........................

  55. Joel Jose
    Joel Jose
    Mánuði síðan

    👁️👃👁️ 👄

  56. Shirley Lee
    Shirley Lee
    Mánuði síðan

    I’m here for the Chive G-string, where is it??

  57. Steve Burton
    Steve Burton
    Mánuði síðan

    Oil was too hot. Should be 150 degrees. They look overcooked.

  58. Aneika Calvin
    Aneika Calvin
    Mánuði síðan

    Is it normal to dip donuts in milk? I'm concerned...

  59. PhantomOfMinecraft
    PhantomOfMinecraft
    Mánuði síðan

    This would’ve been so much easier if she just watched the incredible, comprehensive and detailed recipe video HowToBasic made. 🤦‍♂️

  60. SuperDecepticon13
    SuperDecepticon13
    Mánuði síðan

    What genre of music would you say they use in these videos?

  61. Jonathan
    Jonathan
    Mánuði síðan

    I transcribed the Recipe if anyone wants it. Transcript Starts @36:22 Here's how you make gourmet Krispy Kreme donuts For the dough in the bowl of a large standing mixer fitted with a dough hook - combine 30 ounces all purpose flour - a half-ounce kosher salt - two ounces honey - one packet active dry yeast - four ounces unsalted butter cut into small pieces Make a well in the center. In a separate bowl, whisk - four ounces egg - two ounces honey - one ounce vegetable oil - one tablespoon of vanilla extract - 16 ounces tepid whole milk Pour liquid into the well, and mix on low until a shaggy dough forms, then increase the speed and continue mixing until the dough is very smooth and supple and no longer sticky. Gather the dough into a ball, flour it all over, and place it in a clean bowl, covered. Let it sit at room temperature until nearly doubled in size, then transfer to the refrigerator, and chill until cold, preferably overnight. Scrape the dough onto a floured surface, and roll out to a half-inch thickness, working quickly and flouring as needed to prevent sticking. Use two circle cutters to punch out 3 1/4 inch diameter donuts with a 1 1/4 inch cutout, fitting them as closely together as possible to maximize yield. Arrange each donut on its own square of parchment, and allow it to proof at room temperature until puffed, which could be as few as ten minutes. Fill a large dutch oven a third of the way up the sides with neutral oil, and heat to 326 Fahrenheit. Working in batches, fry the donuts, turning once until the donuts are golden brown all over except for a pale ring around the sides, three to four minutes. Let cool on a wire rack. For the glaze, combine - 600 grams powdered sugar - a pinch of kosher salt - two teaspoons vanilla extract - 30 grams of refined coconut oil - and 150 grams whole milk in a bowl, and whisk it till smooth. Pour slowly over the cold donuts, enrobing them completely. Let the glaze set at room temperature.

  62. Mary Morris
    Mary Morris
    Mánuði síðan

    @bonappetit you should try duck donuts

  63. Annabelle Nee
    Annabelle Nee
    Mánuði síðan

    DROP 👏 THE 👏SQUASH 👏PIC👏TURES

  64. Spiral_Heart
    Spiral_Heart
    Mánuði síðan

    I feel like I've been playing test kitchen apocalypse at my house for the last three months.

  65. Angel Villasana
    Angel Villasana
    Mánuði síðan

    OMG ANDY YEEEES 😍😍

  66. Ciara Sipp
    Ciara Sipp
    Mánuði síðan

    Krispy Kreme is the best donuts

  67. kem peace love & happiness
    kem peace love & happiness
    Mánuði síðan

    NOBODY can even come close to krispy kreme glazed doughnuts...they are perfection.

  68. Ane Calvo
    Ane Calvo
    Mánuði síðan

    Me cooking: 10:18

  69. Daniel Jablonski
    Daniel Jablonski
    Mánuði síðan

    One clip Sohla gets a bit of doughnut, and in the next clip she's running away. That is a mood. 11:24

  70. David Perez
    David Perez
    Mánuði síðan

    Did I miss the link to recipe?

  71. Bat Work
    Bat Work
    Mánuði síðan

    WTF that sounds like ingredients of a chemical cleaner.

  72. Mango L
    Mango L
    Mánuði síðan

    I also think Brad is the best answer for test kitchen apocalypse

  73. montaissolatvian
    montaissolatvian
    Mánuði síðan

    Please make Tic Tacs

  74. Victoria Ruelas
    Victoria Ruelas
    Mánuði síðan

    Okay idk if it's just me but the way you display the ingredients on the screen stresses me out so mucchh!

  75. Gregg rulz ok
    Gregg rulz ok
    Mánuði síðan

    I don't know how to take anyone in this kitchen seriously anymore if they actually enjoy Krispy Kreme. So gross. Worst donut of all time.

  76. Andy Pandy
    Andy Pandy
    Mánuði síðan

    glaze:butter, powdered sugar , vanilla extract and milk i found someone that did their glaze like this and it looked similar to krispy kreme

  77. Vaniza Kaye Evasco
    Vaniza Kaye Evasco
    Mánuði síðan

    What brand of stand mixer did they use?

  78. Gracie Porter
    Gracie Porter
    Mánuði síðan

    For anyone that does not use ounces Recipe starts approximately at 36:23 Stand mixer Bowl Flour 850 grams Kosher salt 14 grams Honey 57 grams Butter 113 grams Yeast one packet Separate bowl Egg 113 grams (about 2 large eggs) Honey 57 grams Vegetable oil 28 grams Whole milk 454 grams Heat oil to 325*F or 162*C Conversion Factor and/or Formula 1 ounce=28.35 grams To convert multiply the mass value of the object by 28.35 (For an approximate result) Eg. 2•28.35=56.7 or 57 32*F=0*C To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius you -32 and •5/9 Eg. (100*F-32)•5/9=37.778*C

  79. inimitableminimalist
    inimitableminimalist
    Mánuði síðan

    On the back of the Claire Saffitz baseball card it should say "Batters: Left, Hi-Fives: Right"

  80. Serenity Veras
    Serenity Veras
    Mánuði síðan

    wait is bon appitit in new york cause i live there

    1. Gracie Porter
      Gracie Porter
      Mánuði síðan

      Yes they are