Calling all you foodies: there’s been a change in trend, and you’re going to want to listen up to hear the big changes in dessert trends that Toronto has recently seen.
Gourmet and decorative cupcakes have came and gone. But while the gourmet cupcake’s novelty has worn off, and can almost be considered passé, another desert food has risen to the occasion: donuts.
Gourmet donut shops like Toronto’s Glory Hole have popped in and around the city to great reception. Some of hole-in-the-wall places have put their own personal spin on donuts. Pauline’s Donuts and Chicken has brought in another food group to compliment the dessert. Chicken and donuts? Not so sure about this – but hey, don’t knock it until you try it.
Instead of a trip to Cupcakes and Co. in your attempt to be everyone’s favourite person, try stopping by (or ordering – because imagine the lines in these places) a dozen donuts. Your friends love you, but lets be honest: they invite you for your company, but they’ll keep you for those donuts.
Now, you don’t have to settle for standard Tim Hortons donuts. If you visit one of the places, every donut will be a new experience:
SEE THE 18 DONUTS YOU HAVE TO TRY:
*All shops are in Toronto unless otherwise noted*
YouTuber DukieAjah is challenging himself to see how many times he can get rejected for making the most ridiculous requests.
From asking to borrow a $100 from a stranger to demanding a “burger refill”, this man has been pretty successful in his quest until the third day of his challenge.
Going into a Krispy Kreme to request a set of donuts in the shape of the Olympic rings, he was only expecting a big fat “NO.” But to his surprise, the lovely shop manager named Jackie happily obliged and fulfilled his request. And best of all? The doughnuts were on the house!
Someone needs to give this woman a MAJOR promotion. As an employee working in an often unfriendly environment of customer service, Jackie SERIOUSLY went out of her way to make someone’s day.