Celebrate National Doughnut Day Tomorrow

BY  |  Thursday, Jun 05, 2014 8:00am  |  COMMENTS (6)

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National Doughnut Day

Tomorrow is the the first Friday of June, which means it’s National Doughnut Day! Or donut, whichever you prefer. To me it doesn’t matter. A French Cruller tastes the same no matter how you spell donut.

How to celebrate National Doughnut Day:

  • Montclair Bread Company will give out one of their addicting, delicious doughnut kabobs to anyone who says the secret code word — “I love doughnuts!”

National Doughnut Day

  • Head over to your local Dunkin Donuts and get a free tasty donut, with any beverage purchase. Check here for your local DD.
  • Buy some Baked Brioche Donuts filled with Bavarian Creme from Gina’s Bakery in Montclair for dessert.

National Doughnut Day

  • If you’re commuting into The City, celebrate one of the sweetest days of the year by commemorating National Doughnut Day with a free treat from Krispy Kreme.  No purchase necessary. There’s a Krispy Kreme at 2 Penn Plaza-Amtrak Level.

National Doughnut Day

  • Make your own doughnuts! These Twelve Minute Doughnuts are easy and delicious. Your kids will think you’re the best mom or dad ever.

Tell us. What’s your favorite doughnut? Do you agree with me that French Crullers are the best? Does jelly-filled make your mouth water? Are you a Boston Creme fan?

 

 

 

6 Comments

  1. POSTED BY not a jersey girl  |  June 05, 2014 @ 8:35 am

    I prefer baked donuts over fried and these Chocolate Cake Donuts (with beets) & Chocolate Ganache are so crazy delicious no one would ever guess they’re “healthy”. http://beetsandbluecheese.com/2013/07/26/chocolate-beet-cake/

  2. POSTED BY montclairgop  |  June 05, 2014 @ 2:30 pm

    It also happens to be the 70th anniversary of D-Day which is a little more important. Wouldn’t you agree?

  3. POSTED BY crampsey  |  June 05, 2014 @ 2:44 pm

    Donut day commemorates the ‘Donut Dollies’ who volunteered for the Salvation Army and handed out doughnuts to the WWII troops. It’s connected to the D-Day anniversary and it’s a little more digestible (no pun intended) for my 2 year old.

  4. POSTED BY montclairgop  |  June 05, 2014 @ 3:06 pm

    Wow. I did not know that. That makes sense and I feel better about it.

  5. POSTED BY Georgette Gilmore  |  June 05, 2014 @ 3:09 pm

    Glad to hear it montclairgop,

    Now tell us your favorite doughnut flavor.

  6. POSTED BY walleroo  |  June 06, 2014 @ 2:54 pm

    Doughnuts? Is that what passes for fun around here?

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