Mini Cider Donuts !

One of the best things about this time of year + growing up in Kansas is going to Louisburg Cider Mill ! They have an apple orchard where you can go and pick your own apples, see them being harvested, and watch fresh apple cider donuts being made. But of course the best part is eating the donuts and sipping on yummy, fresh squeezed apple cider! They also have a pumpkin patch and hay maze this time of year which is always fun — no matter what age ;) If you’re in the KC area and haven’t been this year there’s still time! It’s totally worth the drive south of town to Louisburg, KS. Fall just isn’t complete without it!

Inside the cider mill (in addition to their warm & fluffy cider donuts) they have lots of things to see and fun things to take home. This year I decided to snag a bag of their donut mix and cider to make some of my own Louisburg donuts at home! You can do the same — you won’t regret it !! Happy (blue) October everyone! Be Royal <3 ;)



Mini Apple Cider Donuts

Ingredients :

for donuts –

– one bag of Louisburg Cider Mill – Cider Donut Mix

– 2 1/2 C Louisburg Cider Mill – Apple Cider

– 1 t apple pie spice

– mini donut baking pan

– baking spray

for icing –

– 2 C powdered sugar

– 1/4 – 1/3 C Louisburg Cider Mill – Apple Cider

How to :

for donuts –

preheat oven to 375 F

– Mix ingredients together in a large mixing bowl

– put batter in an icing piping bag

– squeeze batter into mix donut pan forms – fill about 3/4 full

– bake for 8 minutes

– allow them to cool

for icing –

– In a separate bowl mix together the powdered sugar and cider

– ice donuts once they have cooled and enjoy ! :)


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