A couple of weekends ago on a drive through the more rural parts of Massachusetts, we stopped and picked up a carton of apple cider. Cider is a quintessential beverage in the fall – but many people don’t realize that it also doubles as a fantastic ingredient in a lot of recipes, both sweet and savory.
As is often the case, I picked a sweet recipe to showcase this delicious local cider, a twist on a New England Favorite – Apple Cider doughnuts. Typically they’re fried and then rolled in cinnamon sugar, but for this recipe I opted to bake them, dip them in glaze, then give them a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar to finish. Continue Reading