Their classic plain glazed donuts and apple fritters are reason enough to check out Twisted Donuts, but it’s everything else on the menu that’ll keep bringing you back. They have things like Maple bacon, Nutella with walnuts, and cookies and cream that all sound way closer to what you’d find at an ice cream parlor rather than a donut shop, but we’re more than fine with that.
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