Thursday, October 8, 2015

Donut time!

A few weeks ago, Kinnikinnick Foods sent me an email asking if I would like to taste their two new donuts and review them right here. My stomach and I were more than happy to oblige and last week a box arrived on my stoop with a box of their new soft donuts with vanilla icing and pumpkin spice donuts, perfect for fall.
They recommend keeping their donuts in the freezer so I popped them in there and took them out Sunday morning for a tasty breakfast. To be enjoyed, they simply need to be reheated in the microwave for about 30 seconds. They both smelled amazing, too!
I could instantly tell the soft donuts were indeed, soft. I grew up with glutenous soft donuts ala Dunkin' and miss them terribly. I've enjoyed the Kinnikinnick cake donuts before and have loved them, so getting to try a seasonable pumpkin spice one had me excited, too.
A nice feature of the soft vanilla donuts is the vanilla icing packs. Usually you get one big pack for all the donuts, this has individual icing packs, perfect for each donut.
Reheated and iced, it was time to dig in! The soft donuts instantly brought me back to my childhood. I could not believe it was gluten, dairy, or egg free! Perfect texture, perfect taste, just wow! The pumpkin spice was so ooey and gooey with the glaze. I seriously enjoyed this one too, but the soft donuts just won me over, thank you childhood nostaglia.
Thank you Kinnikinnick for once again creating excellent gluten free foods, it made my Sunday breakfast delicious and I can't wait to enjoy the rest of the packs.

But! That's not all. Kinnikinnick has an amazing offer for you all! 5 people. Yes 5 people, will win 4 boxes of donuts (yes 4 boxes!): the two reviewed above and the chocolate and cinnamon sugar donuts! How can you say NO to that opportunity! Just comment and enter through the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway is open through next Thursday at 12 am. Good luck!

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12 thoughts on the matter:

Bekah said... {Reply}

My mouth is watering for real. Never read food posts before breakfast, Bekah. Never read food posts before breakfast. Those do look amazing!

jandi said... {Reply}

I'm not a big donut fan...but these do look yummy!

Jill Foley said... {Reply}

Ummm...yes please!

Did you know donuts are another specialty of PDX? OF course there is the famous VooDoo donuts (which I've never been to), but there are several specialty donut shops around the city. We've found our favorite, but it's fun to try others looking for a new favorite.

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

Very cool- loving that glaze!

GrandmaEh said... {Reply}

Mmmm....donuts!!!!

Marty C. said... {Reply}

My favorite kind of donut? Anything that's not chocolate!

Sarah Carletti said... {Reply}

My favorite donut is ANY gluten free donut!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Oh these look sooo good! The pumpkin spice one really sounds delish!

Deanna said... {Reply}

It is amazing how far the food industry has come in creating tasty gluten free yummy foods. I am sure you were more than excited to taste those heavenly doughnuts, bringing back those remembered "dunkin" times.

abrianna said... {Reply}

Those do look delicious. Pumpkin spice, cinnamon, chocolate-what can possibly go wrong with all those wonderful flavors?

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

Oh, yum! Glad there are doughnuts out there for you to eat!

Linda said... {Reply}

Looks good but I am allergic to yeast as well as wheat. Oh well, I'm supposed to avoid sweets anyway.