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14 oz. “Fat Bastard” doughnut debuts at Rounds Bakery


10917046_764409983627155_3137963019531825175_n-300x218-5333412-9695744The “dough nuts” over at Rounds Bakery are at it again—creating delectable, eye-catching, and oh so clever doughnuts. From the bakery that brought you the #NotACronut, say hello to their newest sensation, the Fat Bastard.

This 14 ounce behemoth of a doughnut is a giant raised doughnut, stuffed with an apple fritter, Bavarian crème filling, chocolate icing, and sprinkles on top. The creation was inspired by the Turducken of Doughnuts, which appeared late last year on Chow.com, and received numerous customer requests.

“We’re always playing with new ideas to keep ‘wowing’ our customers,” said Sean Cary, co-owner of Rounds Bakery. “When we receive a request for a new item, we see it as a fun challenge. We love putting smiles on our guests’ faces, and the Fat Bastard is just one of the many new items coming out of our kitchen.”

The Fat Bastard opened to rave reviews last week, and will now be a regular on the bakery’s menu. Customers can expect to find a variety of unique flavors daily, while supplies last. Rounds Bakery does not limit quantities and they sell out very quickly, so customers are encouraged to pre-order their specialty selections by calling 775- 329-0800.

Rounds Bakery, where life tastes good, is your community bakery. Rounds Bakery is known for its authentic New York-style bagels, doughnuts, deli sandwiches, delectable baked goods and superior catering. For more information, visit www.roundsbakery.com or call 775-329-0800.

Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman is originally from San Francisco. She previously was the communications coordinator for the largest hunger-relief organization in Sonoma County, California. She has a bachelor’s degree in American history, with a minor in American Indian studies, from San Francisco State University, and has a master’s degree in public administration from Sonoma State University. She enjoys training a variety of martial arts.