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Friday, November 1, 2019

Apple Cider Donuts


We enjoy making homemade baked donuts. When we visit the local apple orchards many of them have Apple Cider Donuts for sale. Susan Branch click here to find the recipe
recently posted an Apple Cider Donut recipe. 

It did not disappoint. Yummy!

If you do decided to click on the recipe you will see that she mentions cooking down the apple cider. After our pumpkin party we had about a quart left of mulled cider in the crock pot. As the cider sits and cooks during the day it does cook down and can get a little syrupy. When I read Susan's recipe, I knew I found the perfect way to use the last of the mulled cider from the party.

Apple Cider Donuts
and 
a great cup of coffee.. a perfect way to start off November.

November brings good skating weather, Thanksgiving gathers us together.
Tasha Tudor

15 comments:

  1. You really know how to enjoy the season to the fullest!!!

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  2. Wow...I can smell them from here!! Yum!!

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  3. Carla, Oh yes , a big cup of coffee and one of those donuts sounds so good. I have never made a donut in my entire life. LOL. I remember eating cinnamon donuts at the covered bridge festival in Rock county , here in Indiana. So good on a chilly fall morning. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  4. It sounds good to me. I love fresh homemade donuts, especially the plain ones with a cup of coffee. I haven't made any for quite a while.
    Hugs, Julia

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  5. I did see them at Susan's blog. So glad you've tested them and approved. I haven't made donuts in decades but have been wanting to. they look wonderful!

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  6. Sounds so good for Fall. We love the cider donuts from our apple farm. They make them as you order and they are so good fresh and warm. I bet your were very delish.
    Hugs
    Kris

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  7. Thanks for the link to her blog. I love her! Yum, they sound delicious.

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  8. Yum--those look delicious. I think I need to go get some tomorrow! ;-)

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  9. Mmmm... these look divine, my friend! It was so good to pop in for a visit as I have missed you and your sweet blog. I trust you are well...and I hope your November is off to a lovely start. Please know that I think of you often! Sending hugs your way!

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  10. That sounds amazing! I love Susan Branch too!

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  11. We used to make donuts every fall with Grandma and the cousins for Punkinfest. Great memories!

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  12. They sound delicious! I bet your house smells amazing when they are baking!

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High Fives from Wisconsin!