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Very easy and tasty! I did have to add considerably more milk (probably about 3/4 c) to make it pourable at all and added vanilla. They did not come out with quite the same texture as a fair funnel cake, possibly because of the extra liquid I had to add, but I am not sure how I could've made them without it.
YUM! Stuck inside today for Mardi Gras and just had to have a funnel cake in celebration. Easy to make.
this turned out fairly well, though not quite the flavor of the fair. Maybe because we weren't at the fair.
I have never had funnel cake before, but these are SO good. My family is addicted now, and so are a couple friends. I added 2 tsp of vanilla, and had to add another egg (my eggs were small) and then another 2/3 cup milk. I sprinkled them with cinnamon and sugar and we also topped some with whipped cream too. Great treat! I will make these again!
I loved this recipe. I poured my batter into a ziploc freezer bag before cutting a small hole in the corner and drizzling it into the oil. It tasted just like the funnel cakes I've eaten at the fair and I'm certain I will make this recipe again and again! MMM.. don't forget the strawberries and whipped cream.
A wonderful and easy to make funnel cake. Next time I may try adding a touch of vanilla.
YUMMY! The only thing I did differently was add some vanilla. Thanks Dawnab!
This was as close to the fair as we could be! My dough was a little thick so I added a little bit of milk and put it in a clean ketchup bottle and squirted it in the oil. DH came back to the kitchen looking for more!
Yummy!!!!!! Took it to work-was great! Unfortunately it was raining so the funnel cakes became a bit soggy but then i warmed them up in the oven --so they were like biscuits sorta--but still good!!! Thanks for the recipe!!