These Lisa Frank-Inspired Donuts Will Make All Your Childhood Dreams Come True

They taste like '90s nostalgia, we imagine.

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If you had a Lisa Frank spiral notebook in elementary school, you know the covers were so colorful that you felt like you could literally taste the rainbow. Well, thanks to a donut recipe by baker Vickie Liu (opens in new tab) at Brit.Co, inspired by leopard-print cookies made by YouTuber SweetAmbs (opens in new tab), you can finally eat those colors in a deliciously sweet, fluffy form.

You can get the full recipe here (opens in new tab). They're pretty easy to make, and will be a great addition to any '90s-themed party. And if cookies are more your thing, you can make those too!

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