MINI SUGARY DELIGHT
Do I like the deep fried dough, sugary glazed, vein clotting, killer snacks known as doughnuts? Hell, yeah. Especially with black as dirt coffee. And yes, without sugar. The thick gleaming glaze from the doughnut takes care of that. But recently, ingesting these snacks aren’t necessarily a healthy thing to do.
The other day, my wife and I were at the mall. Turned the corner to see an ad staring back at me for mini doughnuts. Might not be a good idea to eat more sugar coated goodness but what the heck, those are minis.
Bought a box of 20’s, brought it home, shot a bucket load of photographs and gave away two-thirds of the box. There are still four doughnuts left in the fridge. Want some sugary delight disguised as a doughnut?
“We opened our doors on July 13, 1937. Vernon Rudolph bought a secret yeast-raised doughnut recipe from a French chef from New Orleans, rented a building in what is no called historic Old Salem in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and began selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts on July 13, 1937 to local grocery stores. People soon began stopping by to ask if they could buy hot doughnuts, so he cut a hole in the wall and started selling Hot Original Glazed doughnuts directly to customers.” – Krispykreme.com