Pumpkin pie and doughnuts are meant to be together

  • Posted: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 6:27 a.m.
This Oct. 7, 2013 photo shows pumpkin honey doughnuts in Concord, N.H. To help bridge the holidays of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving, this recipe combines the classic fried doughnut from Hanukkah and pumpkin pie from Thanksgiving, into one delicious treat. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)
This Oct. 7, 2013 photo shows pumpkin honey doughnuts in Concord, N.H. To help bridge the holidays of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving, this recipe combines the classic fried doughnut from Hanukkah and pumpkin pie from Thanksgiving, into one delicious treat. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)

Hanukkah and Thanksgiving may not coincide very often, but these pumpkin honey doughnuts will make you wish they did.

To help bridge these holidays, we borrowed a classic dessert of each — fried doughnuts for Hanukkah and pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving — and brought them together in one delicious mouthful. The result is a terrifically moist fried doughnut rich with the flavors of pumpkin pie. A glaze of cinnamon- and lemon-spiked honey ties everything together.


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