What Does Your Favorite Doughnut Say About You?

June 2nd, 2017 by Melissa Conner and Sheila Ondrachek

 

What Does Your Favorite Doughnut Say About You? | Wilton Cake DecoratingDo you go nuts for doughnuts?  Does a box of doughnuts in the break room have you power walking past your co-workers to grab that last Bavarian cream-filled treat?  If you’re a lover of all things doughnuts, this quiz may help shed some light on what your favorite doughnut says about you. 

Whether you tend to lean towards the classic chocolate or strawberry doughnuts or you love something trendy and topped with everything from cookies to jelly beans, this doughnut personality quiz is sure to leave you ‘glazed and amused’!


On Fleek Trendsetter

Cronuts, galaxy cakes, rainbow bagels, macarons…you’ve done it all!  You love making the latest and greatest, which is why these galaxy doughnuts are perfect for you.  Ready to snap and share on Instagram, these galactic doughnuts are simply out of this world.  Swirl color into your icing before you dunk your doughnuts to create this cool outer space effect.

Galaxy Doughnuts | Wilton Cake Decorating

The Ingenious Entertainer

You like to be the hostess with the mostest, making sure the sweet treats you serve are not only tasty, but have an element of fun. That’s why you love these easy kabobs. Guests get to create their own flavor combinations by stacking their favorite fruit with their favorite doughnut holes, and you get all the credit for such a creative dessert idea.

Fruit with Doughnut Holes Kabobs | Wilton Cake Decorating

The Kid at Heart

Do you crave a taste of the good ol’ days?  Though this may not be your mom’s classic PB&J, these peanut butter doughnut sandwiches are sure to bring you back to those days of yore.  A tasty treat kids of all ages are going to love, these doughnuts are topped with grape-flavored jelly beans and peanut-butter filled cookies.  Go on, have another…after all, what mom doesn’t know won’t hurt her!

PB & J Doughnuts | Wilton Cake Decorating

The Comfortable Classic

You like knowing you can always depend on the tried and true. These baked cake doughnuts bring back fun childhood memories of grabbing one on a Saturday morning at the local bakery, then licking the icing and sprinkles off the tops. You might not lick off the tops of your doughnuts any more, but you still have a soft spot for icing and sprinkles.

Baked Cake Doughnuts | Wilton Cake Decorating

The Culinary Creative

Are you an out-of-the-box thinker who loves to shock and amaze?  If so, you’re going to love these retro doughnut cones.  Why just eat a doughnut when you can mount it on an ice cream cone and cover it with melted candy?  These doughnut cones scream summer beach party and are a fun and easy way to show off your baking and decorating skills.  Further explore your creative side by mixing and matching your favorite candy colors to make treats perfect for any celebration.

Doughnut Cones | Wilton Cake Decorating

Get all your doughnut essential tools here and watch our Facebook video for doughnut decorating tips!

What Does Your Favorite Doughnut Say About You? | Wilton Cake Decorating

Melissa Conner and Sheila Ondrachek Melissa Conner is a copy writer for Wilton, focusing on digital and print copy. Before joining Wilton, Melissa fine-tuned her copy skills as a content manager for a digital cooking and crafting publication and worked as a senior acquisitions editor for a small book publishing house in Chicago. A lover of all things creative, Melissa tries to make every day at Wilton just a little sweeter than the last…and firmly believes that every day is a good day for cake! Sheila Ondrachek is a Creative Copywriter for Wilton with a focus on digital, print and packaging. Sheila got her start as a copywriter for a major fashion and accessories retailer, then moved on to write copy for one of the top beauty retailers in the country before joining Wilton. She is a creative through and through, having worked as a makeup artist before taking the plunge and becoming a writer. Sheila truly believes in the power of a cupcake, a cookie, and the written word.

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