The Fractured Prune offers some of the most tasty/delicious donuts ever to grace the planet. If you once thought these treats were merely a breakfast option, think again.
A Fractured Prune donut can be enjoyed anytime of the day. Here are the creative donut options that are offered:
Banana Nut Bread: banana glaze, cinnamon sugar, peanuts – I could swear that this was an actual slice of banana nut bread. Arguably their best donut.
Black Forest: raspberry glaze, coconut, mini chocolate chips – If Banana Nut is #1, then this is a close second. Tastes like a warm slice of black forest cake. A definite must.
Blueberry Hill: blueberry glaze, powder – Blueberry muffins mixed with funnel cake and warm dough. Yes Please!
Carnival: honey glaze, rainbow sprinkles – It’s actually a surprisingly good taste. Not a must, but its taste is extremly sweet. If you like to mix things up, try the Carnival.
Creamsicle: orange glaze, powdered sugar – I love the creamsicle flavor. Period. Popsicles, ice cream, yougurt, soda, it doesn’t matter, if it’s creamsicle flavored, Im getting it, and I reccomend you do the same for this donut.
Chocolate Covered Cherry: cherry glaze, mini chocolate chips – A very sweet treat. Lots of cherry and lots of chocolate. It’s a tough donut to handle if you’ve already loaded up on chocolate, but if not, then enjoy.
French Toast: maple glaze, cinnamon sugar – Another breakfast combination sensation. Warning – expect you fingers covered in glazed sugar, lots of it. But whose complaining?
Lemonade: lemon glaze, granulated sugar – This is one of my go-to donuts. Can’t decide what to get? BOOM, lemonade it is. Similar taste to the French Toast, but also reminds me of the Banana Nut Bread. Like I said: can’t decide? get a Lemonade.
Morning Buzz: mocha glaze, Oreo cookie crumbs – It’s one of the three donuts I have yet to try. It looks like a cappuchino filled with oreo cookies. Exactly what the name describes, a true morning buzz.
Myrna Medley: chocolate glaze, chocolate jimmies, peanuts – #2 of the un-tasted donuts. That doesnt mean you shouldn’t try it. Go and Try IT!
Ms. Prunella: mixed berry glaze, cinnamon sugar – The original speciallty donut. The namesake of this famous franchise delivers an interesting flavor. A true mixed berry taste, but with a sweet kick.
O.C. Sand: honey glaze, cinnamon sugar – Very similar to the Lemonade and the French Toast. Another sweet sugar combo.
Pebble Beach: honey glaze, cinnamon sugar, mini chocolate chips – Eating this donut makes you feel like your sitting one the California coast taking in the sea breeze. Ok, maybe it doesnt taste exactly like that, but it’s good. Think O.C Sand meets Sundae.
Peppermint Patty: mint glaze, mini chocolate chips – THE MOST DELICIOUS-LOOKING DONUT OFFERED. It looks, and tastes like decadent perfection. Not reccomended for those who aren’t big on mint, but if not, you need to taste it. An absolute must. Sticky fingers will ensue.
Plain Jane: a naked donut – Never been a fan of plain foods. If you’re going to the Fractured Prune, its probably because you want to send your taste buds through hyper-speed, and this donut doesn’t exactly follow suit. A good buy for balancing flavor intake.
Rolo: caramel glaze, mini chocolate chips – Another candy-inspired creation. Rich, melty, and delicious. A tall, cold milk makes this donut even better, if you can imagine that.
Reese Cup: peanut butter glaze, mini chocolate chips – Just like the Rolo, but with peanut butter. Milk is required.
Strawberry Shortcake: strawberry glaze, graham cracker, powdered sugar – Just had this for the first time and it was AMAZING. Definitely a top 5 creation. Eat it warm, it eat cold, it doesn’t matter, because its going to taste great regardless.
Sundae: honey glaze, peanuts, mini chocolate chips – The final donut I’ve yet to try, but its alot like the Trail Mix, so I approve.
Trail Mix: banana glaze, nuts, coconut, chocolate jimmies – its a Sundae meets the Black Forest but without the cherry. This is a pretty hefty treat, so just eat quickly and don’t think.
photos from www.fracturedprune.com
By Troy Machir