Boston cream doughnut
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|Alternative names||Boston cream pie doughnut|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Region or state||new Hampshire|
|Main ingredients||Dough, chocolate icing, vanilla-flavored custard|
|Cookbook: Boston cream doughnut Media: Boston cream doughnut|
The Boston cream doughnut (sometimes written with "creme" or "kreme") is a round, solid, yeast-risen doughnut with chocolate frosting and a creamy vanilla-flavored custard filling: a miniature version of the Boston cream pie.
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