Make Like Homer and go Doughnut Crazy – for a GREAT Cause

We’ve started a debate – should the perfect doughnut be filled and doughy or crispy, fried and with a hole in the middle? We cannot decide?

colorful donuts on a blue background

Fortunately, bakers across the land have got the sugar on standby and the fillings ready to show their support for charity by joining in on National Doughnut Week, so we plan to EAT ALL THE DONUTS to help us declare a verdict on this most critical of matters! 

From 6th – 13th May you can enjoy fresh, delicious doughnuts with complete impunity, to help raise funds for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.

To get involved in the fun, simply purchase a delicious doughnut from a participating baker. Find your nearest baker via the following link https://www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk/national-doughnut-week: here’s a couple to get you started!

Warings Bakery (various stores throughout Berkshire and Hampshire)

Every year Warings Bakery create a fun theme for National Doughnut Week and this year it’s Alice in Wonderland! Expect quirky doughnuts such as Cheshire Cat Bubblegum, Queen of Hearts Jam, Faming Croquet Ring, Eat Me Drink Me, and Shrinking Potion.

Bon Vitant (London)

The London based restaurant is offering Maple & Bacon, Apple & Caramel, or French Paris-Brest Praline doughnuts, each served with a quirky syringe filling. £1.50 from every doughnut sale will be donated to The Children’s Trust.

P.S. (editors note – THEY NEED FILLING).

P.P.S (Janey’s note – NO THEY NEED A HOLE YOU HEATHEN, YOU’RE FIRED).

Editor:  Fine but I’m taking this box with me *wanders off stuffing face….

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