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The Texas Donut

Posted: Aug 21, 2009
As you may know, I have been spending a lot of time in the Austin area the past few months and based on a conversation with a friend of mine who was talking about Austin with a guy at a Happy Hour, I decided to visit Round Rock Donuts in Round Rock, Texas, just north of Austin.  (Yes, I do have a lot of time on my hands when I'm out there).

Round Rock Donuts reminded my of Krispy Kreme, but the real deal.  While you don't get to see them make the donuts at RRD, it is easy to tell they are free.

When I went, I asked what i should order and they offered me a free sample of their normal donut.  After waiting a few minutes for it to cool and I could eat it, it was amazing.  Hot and tasty.  Not quite as light as a Krispy Kreme, but I prefer this cakier consistency to KK's.

I wasn't smart enough to take a picture of the normal donut but I did grab one of Round Rock's "Texas Donuts".  This thing was huge.  It must have been at least 12 inches in diameter.

This is a nice option to make you feel good about yourself.  After all, if you only have 1/2 a donut, it can't be that bad for you right?

If you are in the Austin area, I recommend stopping by and try one of Round Rock Donuts.  I have a few more pictures in my photo gallery if you still need some convincing.

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