Drunken Donuts: Pastries with alcohol baked into them
As if donuts aren’t tempting enough, a shop in Chicago has come up with another reason to grab a bite on the way into the office. Or maybe not if your boss has any policy about smelling like booze on the job.
The name of these new liquor-infused pastries? Drunken Donuts.
Okay, so there isn’t actually alcohol in the donuts. They’re injected with jelly or custard and then liquor flavors are added before the donuts go in the fryer.
The store owners say the donuts are legal because baking or frying eliminates the alcohol content, but it still leaves in the flavor and taste.
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