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Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - labradors - 04-07-2013

THIS sounds like a great recipe for the next time butternut squash goes on sale.


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - cjs - 04-07-2013

Hell Yes!!! I've made baked pumpkin donuts, so this would be easy to convert!


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - Trixxee - 04-07-2013

Sounds so darn good.


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - Mare749 - 04-08-2013

That sounds way too good for me to even think about making.


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - iBcookin - 04-08-2013

That sounds wonderful, I could see it with all that excess pumpkin after Halloween as well. I almost think you would need to cook the maple syrup down a little so that it would be thicker.

Speaking of, we pulled all the buckets yesterday. We have had so much snow here the last few weeks that it put the maple season back by almost a month this year.


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - cjs - 04-08-2013

Oh Linda, that reminds me of the year(s) an old C2C friend, BOHICA, (anyone remember him?) used to send us freshly made maple syrup every spring. darn, wonder why he quit.....

Man, that stuff was so good!


Re: Butternut Squash Donuts with Maple Syrup - iBcookin - 04-09-2013

I remember him! He was the private chef in the Upper Michigan Peninsula wasn't he? He always had such interesting contributions to the discussions.

We are so spoiled. Participating in the process makes you appreciate that liquid gold. Trudging through 2 feet of snow back to the trees, then returning carrying 5 gallon buckets of sap, lifting them up to the trailer to dump, then sitting all night babysitting the fire pan. You can't possibly make it through 5 hours of gathering without being soaked to your underwear! No small wonder why they were getting almost $50 a gal here.

But warm syrup from the pan is heavenly!