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April 21, 2014

Visit Portland: Voodoo Doughnut Too

Even though I'm not a doughnut person, one of the must-stops during our trip to Portland was Voodoo Doughnut.   One evening we went with a friend and her daughter to Voodoo Doughnut Too and waited in a long line in chilly weather to see what all the fuss was about.

Top from L to R: Peanut, No Name (Chocolate Frosting, Rice Krispies, PB), Old Dirty Bastard; Middle: Bacon Maple Bar; Bottom from L to R: Marshall Mathers, Apple Fritter, Memphis Mafia

The famous Bacon Maple Bar was quite good, but my favorite doughnut was the No Name - a doughnut with chocolate frosting, Rice Krispies, and peanut butter. YUM!

The Old Dirty Bastard - a doughnut with chocolate frosting, Oreos, and peanut butter, was the doughnut I thought would be my favorite, but I thought the No Name was much better.

The Memphis Mafia, fried dough with chunks of banana, and topped with cinnamon, chocolate frosting, peanut butter, peanuts, and chocolate was another fave.

My kids loved the Marshall Mathers, my friend loved the Apple Fritter, and my husband liked the Bacon Maple Bar the best.

So was it worth waiting in line for a taste of Voodoo Doughnuts?

Definitely!
Voodoo Donut Too
1501 NE Davis St
Portland, OR
(503) 235-2666

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