Cruller

There are crullers and French crullers. Both are members of the donut family but not much alike. The more common one is a braided holeless cake donut usually sporting powdered sugar or some kind of frosting. Being an old-fashioned cake donut, it’s a dense dunker. A French cruller, made of gauzy choux pastry, is air-light. It is donut-shaped but ridged rather than smooth and most commonly features a light sugar glaze. Chocolate, vanilla, and maple frostings are possible.

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