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Happy National Doughnut Day! I’m convinced that fried dough is a universal language, so if you haven’t already gone down to your local doughnut shop to get your hands on this quintessential American classic, check out these sweet, tantalizing and artery-clogging recipes from around the world. We recommend you go and try all of them, but you might want to check with your doctor first.

Struffoli | Italy

struffoli national doughnut day

This succulent pyramid of goodness is a popular dish at my house around Christmas and Easter (and I always get in trouble for sneaking pieces before dinner). Struffoli hales from Naples, Italy and is often piled into a ¬†pyramid-like structure. Unlike the traditional doughnut, they’re small and pack a crunchy punch that reveals a soft, airy inside. They’re often coated in honey and sprinkled with cinnamon, orange rinds or sprinkles.

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Gabbi Ewing is a rising junior studying Journalism as well as Film & Television at NYU. She is a New Jersey native who enjoys traveling, writing, skiing, and swimming. She hopes to travel the world, but her next adventure is taking her to Sydney, Australia to study with NYU. She aspires to work for National Geographic or Discovery Channel and to use her film, photography and writing skills to help people experience new cultures and places that they don't have the opportunity to travel to themselves.

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