#73: Glory Hole Doughnuts – what creams are made of

Now how can you resist eating something called a Glory Hole? Well I couldn’t and made it my purpose in life to hunt down the Glory Hole doughnut. I’d read about […]

Now how can you resist eating something called a Glory Hole? Well I couldn’t and made it my purpose in life to hunt down the Glory Hole doughnut.

I’d read about Glory Hole and their unusual doughnuts months ago. They didn’t have their own shop but delivered to a few cafes around town and people were raving about these little babies, especially the odd Chicken and Waffle doughnut. And to my luck, Glory Hole opened their own little shop on Queen St West.Glory Hole - Elvis with Marshmallows

But as sad and disappoointed you’ll all be, they no longer make the Chicken and Waffle doughnut as they have to keep it at room temperature which ends up being quite the task.  But don’t dismay, I treated myself to the Elvis with Marshmallow which is iced with peanut butter frosting and topped with banana chips, nuts, bacon and toasted marshmallows. Sounds disgusting, but it truly is a piece of heaven.  Not your thing, try Lemon Meringue,  Banana Cream Pie, Granola and Yogurt or a Kengsington Brewing Co. — yes that is actually a doughnut made with beer. Glory Hole - Lemon Meringue

Glory Hole Doughnuts 1596 Queen St. West
www.gloryholedoughnuts.com

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