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Should Paula’s donuts serve a range of caffeinated donuts?

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Ah, Paula’s Donuts… a favorite among Western New Yorkers, and personally my favorite donut spot, has so many delicious options on their menu.

Paula’s Donuts offers specialty donuts that will make your mouth water, such as:

  • Crispy cinnamon donut
  • The cannoli and the cookie dough donut
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Glazed Puffs with Black Raspberry Jelly or Chocolate Drizzle
  • and lucky charm

There are donuts, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, and drink specials, such as cookies and ice cream drinks.

However, there is one thing do not on the menu at Paula’s Donuts, and I think we all secretly wish we were, especially after Hostess’ latest announcement.

Hostess is launching a new line of donuts with new caffeinated Hostess Boost jumbo donuts, featuring flavors like Chocolate Mocha and Caramel Macchiato.

These Hostess donuts contain approximately 50-70 milligrams of caffeine in each donut, which is almost as much as a cup of coffee. And while that sounds great, Paula’s Donut flavors paired with caffeine seem like a heavenly pair.

Think about it: The Cannoli and Cookie Dough Donut with a dose of caffeine? Now I could get behind it.

As someone who drinks a lot of coffee anyway, I will overcompensate in my drink until Paula can share the caffeine taxi. If they never make that leap, we’ll still support Paula’s! After all, they have the best donuts in town.

Find it nearest location to you and treat yourself to Paula’s Donuts. You know you want it!

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