It's National Doughnut Day! Here Are The 10 Strangest Doughnuts We Could Find

Grilled Cheese DoughnutHalf doughnut, half grilled cheese. 100% heart attack.

Photo: Courtesy of Tom+Chee

Doughnuts are one of America’s favourite desserts. Everyone has at least tried the classic glazed doughnut, or grabbed a creme-filled doughnut with coffee on the way to work.Today is National Doughnut Day, so why not step out of your comfort zone and try an unconventional doughnut flavour on your way home from work? We have some suggestions for you.

Maple Bacon Doughnut: Two scrumptious breakfast items in one doughnut? You can't go wrong with that.

Try it at Voodoo Doughnut in Portland, OR.

Apple Pie Cheddar Doughnut: Two flavours you don't normally see paired together — on a doughnut.

See for yourself at Glazed Gourmet Doughnuts in Charleston, SC.

Krispy Kreme Burger: Leave it to America to create such a gluttonous doughnut. The Krispy Kreme Burger is found at fairs across the nation.

Deep-Fried Kool-Aid Balls: Also coming soon to a fairground near you.

The creator of these treats, Charlie Boghosian, told the Huffington Post that they're 'kind of like a doughnut hole.'

Try the doughnut at Psycho doughnuts in northern California.

Also hailing from Psycho doughnuts.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Doughnut: Self-explanatory, with a peanut butter glaze and blackberry jelly inside.

Doughnut Plant on Grand Street has its own version.

Pork Doughnut: These doughnuts are all the rage in China.

Dunkin' doughnuts is trying to capitalise on these meaty treats, according to a Reuters article.

Grilled Cheese Doughnut: A twist on the traditional grilled cheese sandwich.

Tom+Chee in Cincinnati, OH created this doughnut, dubbed one of the seven best sandwiches of 2012 by TODAY.com.

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