Mini Banana Beignets — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Laced with fresh banana and rolled in cinnamon sugar, Food Network Magazine's next-level doughnuts can be ready to eat in only 25 minutes.
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Let's chalk this one up to the weather: Now that the air has turned chilly and the days shorter, it seems only right that we're craving the warming comfort of sweet treats. In this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, two-bite dough balls are laced with fresh banana and tossed in a tried-and-true mixture of cinnamon and sugar while they're still warm from the fryer. Perhaps best of all is that these next-level doughnuts, featured in Food Network Magazine, can be ready to eat in only 25 quick minutes, making them a go-to dessert when you need something easy yet impressive.

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