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Not Exactly Diet Donuts, But Definitely “Guilt Free”

April 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Manhattan bakery is selling a donut that contains only a fraction of the fat, cholesterol and calories of regular donuts. While Holey Donuts does consider the new made-to-order product a “premium guilt free” treat, it stops short of calling it a diet donut. Second-generation donut entrepreneur – his dad became a Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee in 1958 – Frank Dilullo experimented with lower-fat recipes in the back of one of his dad’s stores. The innovative cooking process results in donuts – sold at $3.95 apiece – with only three to five grams of fat, compared to 15 to 40 grams in traditional donuts, are only150-200 calories each, and contain no artificial sweeteners or non-natural flavors.
Taylor Lorenz, "Is this the first 'guilt-free' donut? A new bakery is offering made-to-order confections with just THREE GRAMS of fat. FEMAIL puts them to the test...", Mail Online, April 16, 2014, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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