{portland} voodoo-style doughnuts

August 15, 2015

After visiting Seattle, my sister and I took Amtrak down to Portland. I’ve actually only ridden Amtrak once before and that was in eighth grade, so it was a pretty nice and relaxing experience. Once we arrived in Portland, of course our first stop was Voodoo Doughnut. There was a very long line outside this unassuming building and every person who walked out was carrying a large pink box. We thought it was so silly that they would all buy so many doughnuts! What were they going to do with so many?

After not too long, we got inside and were a bit overwhelmed with all the doughnut options. It’s a good thing we looked up all the flavors while in line and had a good idea of what we were going to order: 3 regulars and 1 special. The special doughnuts (I forget the name now) had something to do with the street because it was made to look like a street!

Diablos Rex Doughnut » Chocolate cake doughnut with chocolate frosting, red sprinkles, vanilla pentagram and chocolate chips in the middle!

Lemon Chiffon Crueller Doughnut » French crueller with vanilla frosting, lemon dust and three marshmallows!

Apple Fritter Doughnut » Fried dough with apple chunks and cinnamon covered in a glaze!

And you guessed it! We also walked out of Voodoo Doughnuts with a huge pink box! It’s a good thing they had picnic tables outside that we sat at to try all of our doughnuts before packing the rest up in a bag to eat later. Yum! I just love doughnuts!

Read about more Portland adventures here:
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A Voodoo-style Portland photo adventure:

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One Response to “{portland} voodoo-style doughnuts”

  1. annalice said

    these were YUMMY but not as good as i expected

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