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'''Donuts''' (or doughnuts) are pastries (usually fried), sometimes coated with sugar, glaze, or frosting. Their shape is either [[toroid]]al (doughnut-shaped), rounded (a 'filled doughnut') or elongated (a cruller). Today they typically have a hole in the center of them, however originally, donuts did ''not'' have holes.<ref>http://www.takeourword.com/TOW158/page2.html</ref>
 
'''Donuts''' (or doughnuts) are pastries (usually fried), sometimes coated with sugar, glaze, or frosting. Their shape is either [[toroid]]al (doughnut-shaped), rounded (a 'filled doughnut') or elongated (a cruller). Today they typically have a hole in the center of them, however originally, donuts did ''not'' have holes.<ref>http://www.takeourword.com/TOW158/page2.html</ref>
  

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A toroidal donut, with a chocolate frosting.

Donuts (or doughnuts) are pastries (usually fried), sometimes coated with sugar, glaze, or frosting. Their shape is either toroidal (doughnut-shaped), rounded (a 'filled doughnut') or elongated (a cruller). Today they typically have a hole in the center of them, however originally, donuts did not have holes.[1]

Types

Donuts are grouped into four different categories, depending on their composition and the manner in which they are cooked. These are a few examples of how donuts are properly categorized.[2] Tim-Bits, or donut holes, are categorized in much the same way as the standard donut. Donuts can be unadorned, or coated with unbelievably delicious and delectable chocolate frosting. Other frosting choices include maple, powdered sugar, and sprinkles.

Yeast Donuts
Apple Fritter (A Tim Horton's Original)
Dutchie
Chocolate Dip
Honey Dip
French Cruller (Though the rising agent is egg.)
Cake Donuts
Old Fashion
Chocolate
Sour Cream
Filled Donuts
Berliner Pfannkuchen
Blueberry
Strawberry
Boston Creme
Canadian Maple
Other
Honey Cruller
Walnut Crunch


See also

References

  1. http://www.takeourword.com/TOW158/page2.html
  2. http://www.timhortons.com/en/menu/menu_info.html