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Beyond A Baker's Dozen: Sweet Links for National Doughnut Day

Upon first glance, these Doughnut Seeds might appear to simply be cereal cleverly packaged for sale for a tidy little profit.

But you're so wrong, because oh, the places these doughnut seeds could go. In honor of National Doughnut Day, here are several things to which doughnut seeds can aspire:

They could become delicious doughnut pies:
They could become athletic heros (just donut!):

Or maybe Trompe l'oeil bagel-and-cream cheese doughnuts:
They could become Red Velvet Cake doughnuts:
They could become any number of these clever donuts:
Or maybe they'd grow into doughnut lookalike cookies:
They could grow up to be the inspiration for portraits:
They could become German chocolate cake doughnuts:
They could become the anchor for some delicious Cadbury Creme Eggs Benedict:
Or perhaps a doughnut burger:
Or maybe even a wedding cake substitute:
They could become the hopeless quandary:

They could be a saving grace at a Texas airport:
They could be the crowning glory on a Doughnut Upside Down cake:
They could become the sweetest thing for 500 miles around in South Dakota:
They could make cupcakes even better.
They could be the subject of a tell-all, such as the amazing book Donuts: An American Passion by John T. Edge (which I think everyone should read!) 
They could be a Los Angeles landmark...

Or they could be written up in fancy doughnut day articles on MSN.

So there you have it--who knows what could happen when you plant these sweet seeds?

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Reader Comments (11)

I may or may not fall into a doughnut coma right now.

Question: who spells it doughnut and who spells it donut around here?

June 3 | Unregistered CommenterWei-Wei

I want a donut. Thanks to this site, I heard about the Sublime donuts in Atl and ended up featuring them on my blog. Lurve.

June 4 | Unregistered CommenterElle Sees

Coolio roundup! I posted a link on edible crafts, too (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com). And I'm all about the "doughnut" spelling. But that's because I've a past of nerdy lit academia and I add as many words and letters to things as possible.

You are adorable, what a sweet selection of pictures and art and doughnuts. You've made my day better, thanks so much.

June 4 | Unregistered Commentercathyswraps

I am a new reader of your blog, and I absolutely adore this post (and most of your other posts)! I actually just ordered some truffles from The Smallest Bite thanks to a post you published over at I Really Like Food. I can't wait to try those little pieces of heaven!

June 4 | Unregistered CommenterVanessa

Set your life time more easy take the personal loans and everything you require.

June 4 | Unregistered CommenterIVY35Meyer

Loved your post! Oh the possibilities... ;-D

June 5 | Unregistered CommenterJessica

That doughnut burger is so wrong. And so right.

I'm conflicted.

June 5 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

Im so hungry now. I spell it donut, because I'm lazy.

June 5 | Unregistered CommenterMike Geno

Those doughnuts made me so hungry. they are my favorite.
I can't resist the sight of them.

love your donut seeds idea! I featured you on my bl;og this morning: http://puertabella.blogspot.com/2010/06/donut-seeds.html

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