Does Stokes Farm in NJ Make The Best Apple Cider Donuts?
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Sure, Stokes Farm in New Jersey -- a 17-acre property founded in 1873 -- may best be known for their fresh fruits and vegetables, but if you're anything like our viewer named Wendy, you *really* go for their delicious homemade apple cider donuts.
(Wendy is ALL of us.)
"They have this awesome cinnamon sugar glaze on top of them," 6th-generation farmer Ronnie says, "and they are delicious."
"[They are] SO amazing," Wendy agrees. "This is to die for."
Is your mouth watering yet?
Now, Rach and her husband John are apple cider donut fans, BUT John refuses to eat them outside. Find out why in the video above!