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N.J. Bakery Transforms The Italian Rainbow Cookie Into A Doughnut

May 10, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Yet another variation on the basic, simple product proves that doughnuts are endlessly malleable and mashable. A New Jersey bakery has taken a cue from the time-honored Italian rainbow cookie to create the rainbow cookie doughnut. The concoction is essentially three layers of marzipan and jelly doughnuts – green, white, and red – drizzled with a chocolate coating. The owner of the Glaze Doughnuts bakery, which sells 138 doughnut varieties, has also invented Nutella s'mores doughnuts and prosciutto and cantaloupe doughnuts.
Alexandra Martell, "You Have to See What This Doughnut Looks Like When You Bite Into It", Cosmopolitan, May 10, 2016, © Hearst Communications, Inc.
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