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Crullers are easy to make and only require 4 ingredients!
So, up until a few weeks ago, I had never heard of crullers. Boy, have I been missing out! Apparently, these little squares of doughy goodness have Dutch origins. Let me tell ya, those Dutch people know how to make delicious desserts! Crullers are insanely easy to make and only use 4 ingredients. I bet you have all four of those ingredient sitting in your pantry right now! I know that I sure did. Hop on over to your kitchen and have a looksy.
I am singing the praises of the Bless Us O Lord blog today because these crullers are awesome. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with us, Barbara.
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this amazing recipe courtesy of Bless Us O Lord? Head on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions.
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Quick Tip: You know what goes great with crullers? More crullers. Make a double batch 🙂