Am I the only one who thought of Yukari Nakano reading this title??
Yukari Nakano has a very good donut spin
Krispy Creme Apple Cinnamon are my favourite one's ever.
But I also like Maple Dip donuts from Tim Horton's. I stop for a timmie's before I go into work and will sometimes buy a donut. It isn't an every day thing. I also like their Pumpkin Spice donut that they have once in awhile.
~I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.~ (Charles R. Swindoll)
Love glazed donuts or bear claws. I usually put some hersheys cararmel syrup on it and microwave for 20 secs.
I always use a fork since I hate sticky fingers though.
I just thought of the Chesecake Factory Store below the Hancock Tower (anyone from Chicago who thinks weekly about moving in there?). And my fridge has no more chocolate bars in it. How frustrating.
My most favorite donuts are still the glazed ones, with maple and chocolate distant second and third. I never cared for the filled donuts.
With Krispy Kreme out, I need to start looking for a Dunkin donuts shop in my area.
Winchell's has pretty good donuts, too.
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If I am by a Krispy Kreme store and the "Hot Donuts Now" sign is on...I'm getting a hot, glazed donut. No question. I also like their chocolate glazed, but it doesn't come close to a hot donut now.
I also like Dunkin Donuts. A woman in my group often brings a box filled with an assortment of donut holes to meetings. Yummy.
Edited to add: Don't ever fall for the fundraiser where they peddle boxes of KK donuts house to house. Gag. Old and disgusting. Even microwaving them to fake a hot donut now didn't make them edible.
I'm going to learn to make my own...
At Macy's I had seen an electric donut maker (small size). Has anyone tried something like this at home?
Though an old (and now lost, sigh) Better Homes & Gardens cookbook from the 60s had a yummy recipe for a donut-like muffin that you baked in the oven and then brushed with melted butter and rolled in cinnamon sugar. Mmmmm...every bit as good as a fresh cinnamon donut, and better than most available in the store.
But that one's lost to the ages.
What I'm going to try next is King Arthur's Zwieback recipe, since the jerks at Nabisco had the temerity to stop making them.
Of course, I can never think about Krispy Kreme the same way without remembering that episode of Sex & the City and Miranda ...
I'm living in Krispy Kreme territory. Love them.
My favourite are the Korean twisty donuts my god-son's mom makes...they're something like this... http://aeriskitchen.com/2010/08/kore...abaegi-donuts/
Can't stand Krispy Kreme...