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Think of them as fried rays of sunshine.
French’s takes its palate of delicious innovations to new heights on Saturday, August 6 – National Mustard Day – with eye-catching bright yellow mustard donuts.
The fluffy donuts are coated in a sweet mustard glaze made with butter, sugar, vanilla and French’s classic yellow mustard – to give the donuts their vibrant color – along with other ingredients.
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The radiant yellow breakfast treats were developed in partnership with Dough Donuts, a collection of New York City artisan donut stores.
French’s mustard donuts are available for free Saturday at all six Dough Donut stores in New York City.
A limited number of boxes of Glazed Mustard Donuts are available for nationwide Saturday delivery by visiting doughdougnuts.com.
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“French’s Mustard Donut reinvents a classic glazed donut with a vibrant sweet and savory yellow mustard coating that’s topped with a yellow mustard cake crumble,” a statement from French reads.
“French’s and Dough have created a bold, indulgent beignet that combines French’s beloved classic yellow mustard flavor with Dough’s signature brioche recipe.”
“We have always been proud [on] create surprisingly delicious flavors,” said Dough Donuts owner Steve Klein.
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“The signature spiciness of French’s classic yellow mustard complements the sweet glaze and chewy texture of the beignet for the perfect bite.”
Past French National Mustard Day creations include mustard ice cream, mustard beer, and mustard buns.
“We’re more committed than ever to showcasing exciting new ways to enjoy this fan-favorite condiment, and we look forward to reinventing breakfast this year,” said Jill Pratt, chief marketing officer at French’s parent company, McCormick & Co.
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French’s was first shown to the public at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis.
Dough Donuts was founded in 2010 in Brooklyn.