Today is National Cream-Filled Doughnut Day, and to honor college students' commitment to doughnut consumption, the Kansas State University student newspaper created a doughnut quiz. Go take theirs and see how you do. And if you don't know the answers to the K-Statespecific questions, try your hand at our substitute questions below.
You may now begin. Bon appétit!
What is the Italian equivalent of a cream-filled doughnut called?
<!-- 2. When was the first Krispy Kreme doughnut sold? a. May 23, 1938 b. June 15, 1922 c. July 13, 1937
3. How many calories do filled doughnuts usually have? a. 400-499 b. 500-599 c. 600-700
4. What is the most popular doughnut, according to USA Today? a. bear claw b. creme-filled c. glazed doughnut
5. Where did the first term for doughboy come from? a. The soldiers who ate doughnuts during WWI and WWII. b. Boys who worked in doughnut factories. c. The "Pillsbury Doughboy."
6. Which company is the world's largest coffee and baked goods chain? a. IHOP b. Dunkin' Donuts c. Krispy Kreme
7. Which chain produced the world's largest edible doughnut in 1988? a. Winchell's House of Donuts b. Krispy Kreme c. Sally's Donut House
8. Although controversial, who invented the hole in the middle of the doughnut? a. Homer J. Simpson b. Captain Hanson Crockett Gregory c. Sir William Stanley
9. In an episode of "The Simpsons," what did Homer trade for a doughnut? a. Bart b. A piece of pie c. His soul -->
What fancy-pants chef serves a famous "coffee and doughnuts" dessert?
a. Wolfgang Puck
b. Thomas Keller
c. Daniel Boulud
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