Diabetes-Inspired Dream Donuts?

Everybody sing. And a 1! And a 2!

I just heard about Tim Horton’s dream donuts. I haven’t tried them yet, but I was curious what they’re all about and whether I should. I’m still kind of curious about them, but they remind me of the Creamy Chocolate Chill from days long ago, and the Dairy Queen royal blizzards. Funny. I also linked to the chill in that one.

Here’s a closer look at the new Dream Donuts:
The Reese’s Peanut Butter Cheesecake Dream Donut features a yeast shell donut with a peanut butter-flavoured cheesecake filling, dipped in chocolate fondant and topped with colourful chocolate candy bites and a drizzle of Reese’s Peanut Butter sauce.
The Birthday Cake Confetti Dream Donut features a Birthday Cake ring donut that’s dipped in strawberry fondant, showered in confetti sprinkles and then finished off with a rosette of buttercream.
The S’mores Dream Donut consists of a ring donut packed with a rich chocolate filling, dipped in marshmallow-flavoured fondant and topped with graham cracker crumble and a drizzle of chocolate fondant.

Woosh! I think my pancreas is questioning how much I do love it, and thinks I need to sing that song again.

The birthday cake one might not be half bad…but that peanut butter one makes me dizzy just thinking about it, and so does the s’mores one. I’m getting older. I remember when my parents would say a dessert was very rich, too rich, and I would say “What’s wrong with you? What do you mean ‘too rich’?” Ok, I still like rich stuff, but I think I get it.

These donuts don’t make me say mmm, so much as hmmm. I probably still will try them though…like a fool.

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  1. That peanut butter cheesecake one might be alright, but it sounds like it could be a little much. Perhaps the problem is my brain not being sure quite how much peanut butter sauce they’re drizzling it in. Drizzle is one of those words that seems to mean different things to different people. Like sometimes you’ll hear that a thing is “drizzled in barbecue sauce,” then it gets to you and it’s drowning in it. If it’s an actual drizzle then maybe that’s ok, but I have visions of a would you like some peanut butter with your peanut butter situation. Or maybe it’s just that I’m not sure why it needs sprinkles if it’s already a sauce covered chocolate dipped cheesecake. That’s verging on overkill.

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