This fall I began a new tradition of ordering myself a batch of apple cider donuts from Vermont. I could make them myself (and I have) but the cider mill that produces them “the old fashioned way” makes the luxury too affordable to pass up. They are delicious as-is, but I’ve found a few new ways to amp up their cinnamon-spiced goodness!
There was no shortage of inspiration when it came to riffing on these pastries. I crisped them in the waffle iron, folded them into ganache for truffles, toasted them in the oven with homemade salty sweet snack mix – I could go on, but you can see all of the ideas with instructions at Food Network.com!
(Be sure to check out that cra-aa-zy good cider donut breakfast sandwich too!)