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October 20, 2015



I find baking at this time of the year more enjoyable with each project I place in the oven. This morning for my study group I decided to rehash one of my favorites, donuts. I switched out all of the dry flavorings and replaced it with 1 and one half teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice. Another trick was to mill my sugar mixing one batch with Saigon cinnamon. The sugar mixtures (regular and cinnamon) were used as coating for the donuts. As you can see there are some tiny candy pumpkins on some of the donuts. This is my way of saying “Welcome to the fall”, one of my favorite time of the year.


You think I will come up with another approach for Christmas donuts?

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