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Fa la la! Bakery serving holiday-themed donuts 


Move over figgy pudding, you have some donut challengers for a snack worth decking the halls about. 

Duck Donuts, which opened a Dayton location at 1200 Brown St. in October, is offering holiday-themed doughnuts through Dec. 31. 

>> RELATED: New ‘Duck Donuts’ shop near UD opens TODAY

Options include the limited-time only mint icing and festive sprinkles. 

The North Carolina-founded chain is also offering Winter Roast Coffee, a blend of medium-roasted Central and South American beans.  

>> RELATED: 8 local delish doughnuts to indulge in

Kristin Kellum, public relations manager for Duck Donuts, said the holiday donuts on average cost $13.50 per dozen. 

“The assortments are for inspiration,” she said. “The donuts will still be made fresh to order.”

>>  New Oakwood doughnut shop opens

 


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