Crullers are so good when we get them from the doughnut shop but now we can make pumpkin spice crullers. Perfect fall crullers with their pumpkin pie spice and then dripping with glazing. Deliciously Yum shares the recipe for these and I for one am seriously glad she did. The recipe makes a dozen and she says they are best eaten on the same day but that you could freeze some.
Since you glaze them while they are still just a bit warm I am thinking I will need to have a bunch of the kids around when I make them because I can honestly say I don’t think warm glazed crullers would ever even get to meet the freezer much less spend time in there. These would be a good one to make when all the relatives are in town over the holidays. More help with eating them means me eating less of them lol.
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