A donut ice cream sandwich from Holey
Donuts in New York City. Photo ©
Holey Cream in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City (a block west of the theatre district) is known for its donut ice cream sandwiches.
Customers pick up to three flavors of ice cream (standards and specialties like coffee mud pie, dulce de leche and red velvet), the icing flavor (chocolate or vanilla) and the topping—many choices from M&Ms and sprinkles to gummi bears.
But you know how to slice a donut and scoop ice cream. Make your own!
Thanks so much to Jean-Philippe Garbi for taking this yummy photo. We could almost eat it—but instead, we’re heading down to Holey Donuts at lunch time.
MORE DONUT SANDWICHES
A little less appetizing, to our eye, are the nine donut sandwiches featured in Women’s Day magazine.
They range from a bacon cheeseburger with peanut butter on a glazed Krispy Kreme to Sloppy Joe on the same.
Take a look.
Paula Deen is [in]famous for creating The Lady’s Brunch Burger: hamburger, bacon and a sunnyside-up fried egg sandwiched between two Krispy Kreme glazed donuts.
To add alarm, it is served with a side of cheesy fries.
We’ll stick with the ice cream donut—thank you very much.
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