Apple cider donuts are one of my wife’s favorite treats of the fall season in NYC. Every fall, you can find in any farmers market a box of half a dozen of apple cider donuts. What’s nice about them is that they are usually baked and the liquids for the batter come from cider only (non alcoholic).
The thing is that these donuts are going stale very quickly, so making them yourself is the best option to taste the real deal! Freshness is the key here, and you can never beat a homemade version!
These cider donuts are made with pear cider instead of apple cider, which in my opinion is 10 times more delicious. The spices I used for the batter are cinnamon and baharat. This combo is amazing! You should definitely give it a try!