[Thankyou McCormick for sponsoring this post! This Christmas, I will share some more delicious recipes with their wonderful spices!]

You GUYS! We must, must, have this pumpkin cider donut holes discuss immediately.

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homemade amazing spiced pumpkin donut holes that can come out of your kitchen in a few minutes ?! YES. I said it.

And they are not that hard.

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Okay, sure, they demand something fry. That's one thing I did not want to walk around, because the taste and the texture need to be just that, so I'm happy with them. The baking of the donut holes simply did not work out.

But the good news is that you just have to open the dough and heat the oil in a small pot! There is no yeast here. Nothing has to stand up.

That means we do not have to be impatient! We do not have to wait for the dough to be fluffy and wonderful because it's already fluffy and wonderful! Seriously, just wait until you take a bite.

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Two things!

First, I teamed up with McCormick to bring this post. Have a delicious treat with her pumpkin pie spice. This spice is the best. It is so versatile and easy. While you can simply use their other amazing spices to create your own pumpkin spice base (which I've made here with this tiramisu snack!), Using it directly from the jar is absolutely perfect. And easy!

I love the taste. It's not flavorful to SPICY and seems to have just the right amount of ginger and clove, where I'm always hung up a bit on my pumpkin spice.

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Now the other ingredient in these delicious donut holes? Oooooh just wait.

PUMPKIN CIDER! Like, hard pumpkin wine. Pumpkin cider beer. The carbonation gives the dough a lightness and the taste is perfect when combined with the Pumpkin Pie Spice. I am so, yes, so in love.

If you want to make these for kids, you can subsidize a non-compliant cider or pumpkin cider.

The fact that these can come from my own kitchen and taste so damn good, is a miracle! They took less work than I thought, and you could easily whip them for a morning brunch, as long as you do not mind heating up some oil.

 Pumpkin Donuts with Hot Fudge I howsweeteats.com [19659007] These flavors are so nostalgic for me at the Thanksgiving season. While we never made any donuts at home, on the morning of Thanksgiving we often had special pumpkins and ate them as we watched the parade of Macy's. Tastes like home!

And! You can join McCormick's virtual friendsgiving this year by sharing photos from your table with the hashtag #noflavorlike home!

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And now for what Really the best part. I mean, really. I think, I told you, everything is the best thing about these donuts and hello, look at them – everything is! – but the REAL part is to dip them into a homemade hot fudge sauce that will take you only a few minutes to make. It's a silky chocolate ganache that's just dreamy for dipping.

It's a rich treat, so you do not need much of the ganache. One of my favorite desserts I see on a menu are hot donuts with dip after dinner. There's something so exciting about the food when you use donuts for breakfast, you know? So, yes, I love the idea of ​​these for breakfast and good, at any other time of day, they are perfect for dessert too! The fudge sauce may be a little over the top for breakfast, but since when am I not over the top? They are a great way to celebrate the holiday season with your family and friends, because who does not want to share warm pumpkin donuts with rich chocolate fudge?

I know, right?

For a few more nostalgic flavors on Thanksgiving I'm thinking of making a version of this smoked turkey (or even something with leftovers!) And then later than the weekend, adding a cheesy potato casserole like this one, because that's one the specialty dishes of my mother!

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Pumpkin Cider Donut Holes with Hot Fudge

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cups all-flour
  • 1/3 cup of sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of McCormick Pumpkin Pie spice
  • 1 large egg, lightl y beaten
  • 1/4 Cup of milk
  • 1/4 cup hard pumpkin or non-alcoholic pumpkin cider
  • 1/2 cup of pumpkin puree
  • 2 tablespoons of butter, melted
  • Vegetable or canola oil, for frying
  • To roll: stir 1/3 cup sugar + 1/2 teaspoon McCormick Pumpkin Pie spice

Hot Fudge

  • 6 ounces high quality semi-sweet chocolate, chopped
  • 1/2 cup cream

Directions:

In a large bowl, season the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and pumpkin pie. In a smaller bowl, whisk the egg, milk, pumpkin, pumpkin puree and butter. Add the moist ingredients to dry and stir until just mixed.

Heat a large saucepan over medium heat and fill with about 3 inches of oil. Use the pot with a sugar thermometer – you want the oil to be about 375 degrees F to roast.

You can either take the dough and scoop it into the hot oil, or you can lightly flour your hands and roll the dough. in 1-inch balls, so the holes are smoother. I did the latter.

Once the oil has reached 375 degrees F, add the dough balls 2 or 3 at a time and roast golden brown (watch out for the oil temperature!), Invert a couple of times, for 2 to 3 minutes in total. Remove the donut holes and place them on a paper towel to drain excess grease.

Once the donuts are done, roll them into the mix of sugar and pumpkin pie. Serve with the hot fudge!

Hot Fudge

Put the chopped chocolate in a bowl. Heat the heavy cream in a saucepan over low heat until the cream gushes around the edges. Pour the hot cream over the chocolate and let rest for 1 to 2 minutes. Stir it thoroughly until it is smooth and makes a chocolate fudge ganache. Immediately use for immersion.

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