Maple bar

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Maple bar/creamstick
Bacon maple bar.jpg
A maple bar, topped with bacon
TypeDoughnut
Place of originUnited States
Canada
Region or stateWest Coast of the United States
British Columbia

A maple bar is a rectangular doughnut topped with a maple glaze.[1][2] They can be filled with custard, or cream, or left unfilled. Maple bars are prominent on the West coast of the United States and rarely in British Columbia, Canada. Tim Horton's and other Canadian doughnut shops does not sell maple bars.[2]

Maple bars are also known as a maple-glazed Long John, Maple-Creamstick or maple Bismarck.

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