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    • Funnel Cake Mix

      Marriage and dating-funnel.jpg If you love the taste of the County Fair, you can bring it home with you! You don't have to pay $5 for a single funnel cake- you can make an entire batch for less than $1.00
      Fair season is fun, but with all that's going on in the world right now, we're opting out of the usual fall treat. Instead, we're having a carnival of sorts of our own, of all our favorite friends and our favorite fair foods. One of my favorites happens to be Funnel Cakes!

      1 c. all-purpose flour
      1 tsp. baking powder
      1/4 tsp. salt
      1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon

      Layer all ingredients in Jar Or vacuum seal bag.

      Attach Tag/ Directions:

      Combine the following:
      1 egg
      3/4 cup milk
      1 cup Mix

      Blend well. Pour 1/4-1/3 c. batter into a funnel (pour batter into hot oil from funnel bottom)Fry 1 minute on each side (or until golden brown) Turn only once or they will be greasy.
      Comments 14 Comments
      1. Liss's Avatar
        Liss -
        If you don't happen to have a funnel on hand, you can pour the batter into a ziploc baggie and snip one corner off, drizzle the batter into the grease. Be careful it doesn't splatter onto the bag!
      1. bleedingace's Avatar
        bleedingace -

        This mix is Great!!! The kids love it and ask for it often.

        Thanks so much!!!
      1. bleedingace's Avatar
        bleedingace -
        we went to a craft show they were having in town and the kids spyed the funnel cakes of course. They begged for them and i remembered seeing them on the site and promised them when we got home we would make some and the where very happy with that. And Thank God they where good!!! , and it saved me a lots of money!!!!!
      1. CrazyMomof7's Avatar
        CrazyMomof7 -
        Oh my kids are going to love these.
      1. Ketsyc's Avatar
        Ketsyc -
        it is so much fun to watch the eyes of my family when I come up (after being here on budget101.com) with a new low cost treat. My sis-n-law thinks I'm insane, lol, until she eats what I make. Then my husband, who has a sugar addiction & diabetes 2, gets this glassy glittery look in his eye that says "I can't wait to try these and get into my next sugar high". And fyi, I don't let him do it often. Most of the time he is very diligent about counting his carbs.

        And then comes my oldest son who is staying with us, and he gets this huge smile that says "YES" food.

        And the youngest son at home...he says "Sugar! you know I don't like sugar!" all while he wolfs down whatever sweet concoction I have found to experiment with. It will be fun to see how he reacts tonight when I make these for dessert!
      1. ducklucky1's Avatar
        ducklucky1 -
        What is the best oil temperature?
      1. Swanmom6's Avatar
        Swanmom6 -
        Just made this, it was SO GOOD!
      1. mawmaws's Avatar
        mawmaws -
        going to try this out
        thanks to every one who posted
      1. emandmeagsmom's Avatar
        emandmeagsmom -
        Definitely going to try this out tonight.
      1. lbpmjm's Avatar
        lbpmjm -
        Quote Originally Posted by Liss View Post
        If you don't happen to have a funnel on hand, you can pour the batter into a ziploc baggie and snip one corner off, drizzle the batter into the grease. Be careful it doesn't splatter onto the bag!
        You can also use an empty squeezable container like a ketchup or mayo
      1. mablough's Avatar
        mablough -
        Thanks for the help I will enjoy the funnel cakes
      1. DebP2358's Avatar
        DebP2358 -
        Csmile1
        I'll have to try this one!
      1. mechelle's Avatar
        mechelle -
        Its the beginning of the holiday season for us..what better way to start it than with funnel cakes as a surprise treat for the family tonight.

      1. maddelena's Avatar
        maddelena -
        Quote Originally Posted by ducklucky1 View Post
        What is the best oil temperature?
        Most food frying is about 350 degrees. You can use a candy thermometer, but do not let it touch the bottom of the pan or you will get false readings.


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