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Crispin Cider Beignets

Posted by Victoria Tonini

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Crispin Cider Beignets with Rich Caramel Sauce


1 ½ cups brown sugar

2/3 cup Crispin “The Saint” hard cider

2 tsp light corn syrup

¼ cup evaporated milk

¼ cup fat free milk

1 tbsp butter



  1. Sprinkle brown sugar into a large sauce pan. 
  2. Mix together cider (room temp) and corn syrup and stir into brown sugar
  3. Cook over medium high heat until sugar dissolves, stirring occasionally
  4. Cook 20 more minutes, without stirring until deep amber in color
  5. Remove from heat and stir in milks (room temp) and butter very slowly until well blended.  Mix will bubble vigorously until blended.
  6. Serve warm with Apple Cider Beignets


Apple Cider Beignets


2 Golden Delicious Apples Cored

1 ¾ cup self-rising cake flour

1 large egg

¾ cup Crispin Cider (your choice on which you want to use)

3-4 cups of peanut oil


  1. Peel apples and de-core with apple corer.  Cut crosswise into ¾ inch thick slices so you have approximately 6 apple rings from each apple (varies depending on apple size.  Pat the apple rings dry
  2. Place 1 ¼ cups of the flour in a large bowl and create a well in the center
  3. In a separate small bowl beat egg, cider and 1 tbsp oil together and pour into well of the flour
  4. Stir with a fork until a lumpy batter forms.
  5. Using remaining ½ cup of flour dredge the apples until coated, shake off excess then dip into batter mix. 
  6. Fry gently until golden brown on each side using a slotted spoon to gently turn the rings
  7. In a heavy deep skillet or Dutch oven pour peanut oil to 3 inch depth.  Fry dough in batches until golden brown on each side.  You can heat oven to 250F and keep beignets warm until you’re finished.
  8. Serve with warm caramel sauce and Crispin Hard Cider

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Categories: Breakfast, Sweets


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