To celebrate International Doughnut Day, we've decided to test our readers and see how doughnut-obsessed they really are. Do you think you can pick where these doughnuts originate from?
In which country will you find this delicious icing sugar-coated Beignet?
In which Asian country will you find the Youtiao?
Where do the sweet and sticky Gulab Jamun come from?
Where do these tiny doughnuts known as Struffoli call home?
Which country is not associated with these cinnamon dusted churros?
Where are Pączki traditionally found?
Lokma are little treats found where?
Where did the log shaped treat known as a Maple Bar come from?
Where do these little doughnut twists (koeksister) originate?
In which countries will you find the Olibol?
2. The Netherlands and Belgium
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Bec has a debilitating, passionate love for food and drink - with gnocchi, cheese and Clover Club cocktails as her ultimate weaknesses. She's acknowledged the fact it's probably genetic, thanks to her Italian and Lebanese heritage. She loves travelling, perfecting her Italian and discovering new dishes. With a Bachelor of Design under her wing and an obsession for costumes you'll probably find her out and about on a Saturday night trying to win the Best Dressed somewhere (of course post a Pasta loaded dinner)!