Boozy Rosé Doughnuts Are Made With Real Wine
Until this day, wine-infused doughnuts only existed in my dreams.
I never thought I'd actually witness the beautifully boozy combination of sweet alcohol and sugary dough, but thankfully, I was mistaken.
Why? Because rosé doughnuts exist and they're total game changers when it comes to pretty alcoholic pastries.
With every boozy bite you take of a rosé doughnut, you'll experience a wine drunk sweeter than ever before.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, how can you go wrong?
I mean, I was going to down a bottle of rosé by myself on the big day, but now I think I'll throw a doughnut or two into the mix and really have some fun.
Thanks to Cosmo Bites, we're able to watch a tutorial on how to make the perfect dessert fit for winos with a sweet tooth (aka me and every single one of my friends).
But first, take a look at the ingredients you'll need to stock up on beforehand:
- 2 cups powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons heavy cream
- 3 tablespoons rosé (DON'T FORGET THIS PART)
- 6 unfrosted doughnuts
- Edible glitter
The genius recipe does include detailed steps about how to make your own doughnut dough, but if you're not into the whole "baking" thing, just buy some good ol' doughnuts and get to work on the icing.
After all, icing is the best part about a doughnut — especially when it's alcoholic.
To make the rosé icing, you're going to need to follow a few simple steps, so get your bowl ready.
Add your powdered sugar to the bowl.
Now, pour your milk into the mix.
ADD THAT ROSÉ, BABY.
Don't be shy!
Mix it all up.
Add some pink food coloring to make it look pretty AF.
Viola! Your alcoholic icing is complete.
After you're finished making the icing, start dipping your doughnuts into their boozy, gooey glory and decorate 'em to your heart's desire.
Considering the fact you're not adding too much rosé to the mix, the doughnuts probably won't get you buzzed.
That doesn't mean you won't be drunk off happiness, though.