Earlier in the week there was breaking news in the diet department.
Apparently there are “10 Despicable Doughnuts!” and an article urging you to “think twice before grabbing one of these fatty sugar bombs.”
I enjoy a doughnut from time to time. I imbibe every third month or so. And I have fond memories of my more regular doughnut eating days. Weekends when my dad would bring home a dozen from Dunkin’ Donuts or after church, sneaking doughnut holes off the buffet at the meet ‘n greet in the church hall.
Curious as a cat, I clicked the link. Evil doughnuts? Were there any angelic ones? If there are 10 despicable ones then maybe they list the virtuous ones.
Are you curious? Do you want to know who graces the evil top 10?
Starbucks Old Fashioned Glazed Doughnut. Entenmann’s Devil’s Food. Little Debbie Mini Frosted. Dunkin’ Donut’s Chocolate Coconut Glazed. Krispy Kreme’s Vanilla Iced Creme.
Aren’t these your run of the mill, fun, treat-type doughnuts?
And they’re ALL bad for me?
The article goes on to state “don’t be fooled” by the addition of blueberries to Dunkin’ Donut’s Blueberry Crumb Donut. (I wasn’t.) And here’s the big shocker (not): doughnuts are loaded with calories mainly from sugar and fat.
Am I right?
Raise your hand if you thought doughnuts were health food.
Hmmm. No one. Well, that’s a sigh of relief.
Is there anyone out there stupid enough to think that a doughnut is the breakfast of champions? That it shouldn’t be a once in a while treat? That maybe, just maybe, they might be packed with empty calories?
(Shaking my head in disbelief at what passes for breaking news these days. It must be a slow news day.
And I suppose, that’s a good thing.
Now go on and have a great, newsworthy day! Oh, and have a doughnut! I know I will. Because after reading that article, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about them.)