Bakeries don't always use real jam in their doughnuts, according to food expert

  • Written by  A.P.,Source:Mirror
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The manager of a doughnut company has revealed a shocking industry secret about what really goes inside some jam doughnuts

Some days there's nothing better than sitting down to enjoy a cup of tea and a jam doughnut from the bakery.

The jam doughnut is a classic, full oozing strawberry or raspberry jam and covered with a light dusting of sugar. It always leaves us licking our lips and wanting more.

If you're a fan of the treat though, you might want to sit down before you read ahead, as we've discovered something that's bound to shock you.

It turns out that some bakeries and food companies use an unexpected ingredient when making their jam doughnuts - and it's not actually jam.


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