Just like a classic Victoria sandwich, but made with doughnuts! You could use strawberry jam instead of or in addition to the strawberries.
OMG! I saw this and absolutely had to try it! This definitely is a delightful twist on traditional strawberry shortcake. It's so easy and it's a great way to use up glazed doughnuts. It leaves you wondering why you'd eat a glazed doughnut any other way! And while it's not for those counting calories - it's OK to indulge once in a while (at least you can say you got a serving of fruit LOL). I did drizzle these with a little chocolate sauce to take them over the top but they're fabulous as is - everyone loved these. This quick and easy recipe is a definite keeper. Thanks voraciousgirl! (my husband thanks you too!) - 03 Sep 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Seriously?! This idea is genius!!!! So long spongy shortcake....hello amazingly delicious glazed donut...squishy sweet donut meets fresh juicy strawberries and creamy whipped cream...all in a single sized portion. I am definitely making these again for Father's Day. What Dad wouldn't feel like a million bucks after devouring one (or two, or three...) of these? - 05 Jun 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I have to admit I was skeptical at first. I tried this with cake doughnuts and it was really good. I used unglazed and glazed thinking the glazed might be too much but it wasn't. The glazed is definitely the way to go. It is perfect with the tartness of the strawberries. I made a few other changes as well. I sprinkle sugar on my strawberries and let them 'marinate' in the fridge for a few hours to get nice and juicy. I also made my whipped cream in my isi instead of whipping in a bowl. I added a couple more teaspoons of vanilla to give it an extra yummy flavour. - 23 Jul 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)