My darlings it just so happens that today is that great and honorable of national American holidays: National Doughnut Day. I hope that you are ready. I hope that you have been preparing yourselves. But if you haven’t that’s okay too because, as always, I am here for you.
To consume and imbibe
I am not here to mess around on this most sacred of holidays, so let’s start with these Peanut Butter Bourbon-Filled Doughnuts. Please make them and bring them to my home. If you know a raw vegan person who misses doughnuts, you should make them these Raw Peanut Butter Doughnuts or at least send them the recipe. You could also make these Chocolate, Cookie-Butter-Filled Donut Holes and not share them with anyone if you don’t want to.
And in case you wanted to drink your doughnuts or use them as the world’s fanciest garnish, I have for you Coconut Iced Coffee…with Mini Chocolate Glazed Coffee Doughnuts from Half Baked Harvest or this Glazed Doughnut Cocktail.
Further Internet Spoils
Recommended reading: Since we are here talking about such healthful, low-sugar foods as doughnuts, I figure it’s the best time to mention that You’d Be Surprised at How Many Foods Contain Added Sugar.
Recommended viewing: Professional Baker Reviews Cheap Doughnuts, if you would like to learn a lot about what makes for terrible doughnuts and then probably keep eating them anyway.
The weirdest thing I found this week: Here’s An Adult-Size Baby Stroller That Parents Can Test Ride and smash their own doughnuts into for a responsible, stroller-owning-corporation to clean up after them I guess.
And finally, your weekly tip on How To Be A Better Human: Read The Doughnut Story and remember it next time you do something foolish in public (or see someone else do something foolish) because we are all just clumsy apes living on this one planet together.
A final word, or series of them.
Treat yourselves with doughnuts responsibly, my darlings. I don’t want to hear about any cavities from your dentists.
Until next time.