Public voting now open for Tim Hortons Duelling Donuts competition

After a gruelling and intensive month-long competition, the celebrity judges have dwindled down the Duelling Donuts competition to four remaining donuts. Jason Priestley, Jann Arden, Anna Olson and Ben Mulroney have selected these fine beauties below:

  • The Lumberjack, created by Judd Mah of Edmonton, Alberta. The Lumberjack is made with an apple cider base, covered in maple fondant and cream cheese lines, and topped with graham crunch and bacon.
  • The Big Canadian Red, created by Nikola Kostic of Toronto, Ontario. The Big Canadian Red is made with a red velvet base, filled with French vanilla, covered in cherry icing and white drizzle, and topped with white chocolate crispy pearls and red sprinkles.
  • The Love Reese’s To Pieces, created by Jennifer Brown of Glencoe, Ontario. The Love Reese’s® To Pieces is made with a chocolate yeast base, filled with crème brulee, covered with chocolate fondant and white dots, and topped with peanuts and peanut butter cup candy.
  • The Ice Cream Sundae, created by Jennifer Veenvliet of Barrie, Ontario. The Ice Cream Sundae is made with a chocolate yeast base, filled with banana, covered in pineapple icing and strawberry drizzle, and topped with waffle cone, whipped topping and rainbow sprinkles.

Public voting is now open and the last donut standing will win a cool $10,000, and also have the donut appear on the Tim Hortons menu. Public voting is live until August 27th and the winning donut will be on sale “for a limited time within the next few months.”

About Ian Hardy

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I'm obsessed with Tim Hortons.It runs through my veins and I've probably spent enough money downing Steeped Tea's that I could have purchased my own franchise.

  • Andrew

    These choices need to have more bacon.