Traditionally, Paczki are eaten on Fat Tuesday, or Fat Thursday, before Lent begins. But really, who says you can’t enjoy them year round?
These Polish doughnuts are a very rich, sweet yeast dough either left un-filled or filled with a fruit preserve. The outside is either rolled in powdered sugar or granulated sugar, making them one deliciously sweet treat. Typically you can find these in the grocery stores and bakeries around Mardi Gras, however you can now enjoy them anytime of the year with this simple and delicious authentic Paczki recipe!
Recipe and image courtesy of Brown Eyed Baker