The alcohol comes in a pipette shoved in the donut so you can inject it into your mouth directly or eat a drippy, bite of booze-filled donuts. Adding a shot to your donut only costs $2, or $24 for a dozen.
2. Sushi donuts will make your Instagram feed a little more delicious in 2017
Time to say goodbye to sushi burritos and prepare yourself for the Instagram flood of this next mashup: sushi donuts.
Unlike other new, more questionable,sushi products (sushi croissants and Kit-Kat sushi, just to name a few) this is a creation that we actually want to eat and we want it immediately.
Project Poke, located in California, is one place that serves them up and their popularity is on rise thanks to their recent feature on Insider. On their Instagram, they recently posted a fascinating video showing how the donut is made.
Project Poke is not the only place that makes sushi donuts, however.
California Sushi Donuts also dishes out a mean sushi donut, and can be found at food markets, pop-ups and expos all around Southern California. They take their donuts to the next level by giving them all the crazy colors we usually see on regular donuts.
3. Doughnut walls?! 17 wedding food trends we're loving
Yes, this is a wall filled with doughnuts, and it's coming to a wedding near you. After seeing photos of the sweet treat display all over social media, we wondered what else is happening over in the wild and wacky world of wedding food. To get the scoop, we talked to two wedding planner pros who have seen it all: Annie Lee of Daughter of Design in New York City and Danielle Lee (no relation) of New Orleans-based My House Nola, which specializes in culinary productions. Both veterans of the biz, they agree that couples are more focused on and obsessed with the food at their weddings than ever. Here are 17 wedding food trends we're loving.
4. "Buffalo Crunch" Donut
5. Doughnuts inspired by Pokemon Go? Yes, they exist
People, meet the new Pokemon Go-inspired doughnuts!
Doughnut shops from around the world are icing and decorating these sweet delights with different types of Pokemons and Pokeballs.
Doughnut Time, a cafe in Brisbane, is making Nutella-stuffed doughnuts that resemble Pokeballs. The limited-edition doughnuts went on sale last week, according to a report byBmag, but there's no knowing for how long they'll be around.
A New York-based doughnut chain, Doughnut Time, has also caught on to this trend. According to Teen Vogue, their specialty doughnuts are called Pokeseeds, and have a strawberry and peach cream stuffing inside.
The flavour and look are quite like Pecha Berries from the game itself. While Pecha Berries heal injured Pokemon in the game, the Pokeseed doughnut is taking New York by storm.
With these amazing and trendy sweet-treats capturing the minds of Pokemon Go fans, we are wondering when Indian bakers will catch on. After all, Pokemon Go has stolen the hearts of Indian gamers as well (albeit unofficially).
6. Donuts on Top of Donuts on Top of Other Donuts: Donutception
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7. Donut Bouquet
8. $45,000 Pumpkin Donuts
In his "Waste of the Week" speech, Senator Dan Coats (R-IN) said that the feds spent more than $290 million in taxpayer dollars over the past ten years on an agricultural grant program for business plan development and agricultural marketing. Citing one of the more egregious cases, Coats said a grant recipient received the money to market pumpkin donuts as healthy, locally produced food.
Other equally bizarre uses of the grant money include processing olives, and developing and marketing alcoholic beverages, cheese, and chicken.
9. Make Your Own Galaxy Donuts — It's Way Easier Than You'd Think
The most beautiful thing about them? You won't need to visit a hipster donut shop or consult a pastry chef to bring them to life in your own kitchen.
10. Get Your Cheese on With This Outrageous Mac n' Cheese Donut
The creation might not technically be a donut, but it sure has that classic shape we all love and it more importantly combines everything you love about macaroni and cheese with fabulously artificial Cheetos flavor.