Carnival-Worthy Angel Wings

Out of all of the variations of the funnel cake one stands out in our mind as being particularly fun to make. And that variation is the angel wing. It goes by several names, most notably in Polish as the chrusciki. Angel wings are often consumed during Carnival in Europe during the weeks preceding Lent. But we can’t help but eat angel wings all year round. They’re that good!

The angel wing is unique because of its twisted ribbon shape. By cutting a slit in a flattened piece of dough and twisting your wing into a spiral, this dessert is then able to capture more mouthwatering powdered sugar than other funnel cakes. You’ll love every bite of your angel wings; just remember to share them!

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