National Doughnut Day

National Doughnut Day

5th June 2020 0 By jarm69

5th June, national doughnut day in the States, where else. I think they have a national day for every food ever invented.

The humble doughnut, available around the world in various guises, the traditional ring doughnut that we all know and love. Delicious hot with just sugar on, or with a range of glazes, chocolate and other toppings.

Traditional Ring Doughnuts
Traditional Ring Doughnuts

Spanish Churros

Our Latin friends have their own version known as a churros. A similar taste, but formed as long fingers rather than circles. They can also be made with a hollow inside for cream to be injected. Traditionally served in Spain with a hot chocolate.

Spanish Churros
Spanish Churros

Dutch Oliebol

our Dutch friends have their traditional Oliebol , this is like a ball of dough, with a filling then injected inside. When we were stopping with some Dutch friends on a fairground in Groningen, I watched them being made, they used a mashed potato type scoop to make a ball shaped doughnut.

Dutch  Oliebol
Dutch Oliebol

Whichever way you like them, they are still super popular, and are definitely one of our most popular lines, so happy national doughnut day.

Whichever doughnut version floats your boat, we can supply a fully manned service with hot fresh doughnuts and a range of toppings to serve your guests.