There's an apple orchard near us that makes its own apple cider donuts during the autumn but only on weekends. They're cake donuts and always glazed. I've never seen plain ones yet. However, I don't think they're made from scratch--probably a commercial mix where they just add fresh apple cider. We like to eat them when they're still warm. People go nuts over these donuts.
By the way, are there any commercial donut establishments that still make their donuts from scratch? Or does everybody pretty much use a commercial mix? The local family-owned bakery when I was growing up "(now long gone) made everything from scratch, including the donuts, Danish, crullers, pies, cakes, etc. We took it all for granted. Now, I couldn't find a local bakery anyplace that made stuff from scratch if my life depended on it.
I read in the paper today that Dunkin Donuts is going to start competing with Starbucks and the like by selling espresso, lattes, etc. The article (and I paraphrase) said that DD's goal was to bring uppity beverages normally favored by the intelligentsia, like espresso, lattes, etc., to the common folk. Gimme a break.