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Donuts are a great companion to coffee. These old fashioned style ones are just perfect. They are easy to hold and bake up easily using an eclair pan.
Who doesn’t love donuts? Everyone loves donuts. These are the real old fashioned kind that Grandma used to make. And since these are in stick form, they are perfect for dunking in your coffee. They will remind you of a crueller with their crusty outside and dense and chewy inside.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Master Cook
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Quick Tip: You can drizzle frosting on top, sprinkle with powdered sugar or even leave them plain.