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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures


When we left Keystone on Sunday, the hotel told us to leave at least 4 hours before we needed to get to the airport. Traffic was supposed to be heavy because of the holiday weekend. We got to Denver in no time, and found ourselves driving aimlessly trying to find something to do. And that is when we spotted voodoo doughnuts. I had seen the on the Food Network channel and my friends who have been to Portland rave about it. The lines are supposed to be legendary but we happened to show up at an off time and breeze right in.


Good news for us that all locations are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. There are so many doughnuts, and they all look so delicious, it’s hard to choose.


We limit ourselves to a half of a dozen doughnuts, hearing endless comments through the airport about having to “confiscate” them…


imag1012So how do you go to Voodoo Doughnuts and not get the voodoo doughnut? You don’t. Raised yeast doughnut filled with raspberry jelly topped with chocolate frosting and a pretzel stake! (characteristics of Voodoo Dolls are all different) ($2.10)

imag1017The Loop doughnut -raised yeast doughnut with vanilla frosting with fruit loops. ($1.45)

imag1007The apple fritter doughnut is fried dough with apple chunks and cinnamon covered in a glaze! ($2.45)

imag1008The Bacon Maple bar: Raised yeast doughnut with maple frosting and bacon on top! ($3.25)

imag1009Blueberry cake doughnut: blueberry dough with a glaze! ($1.10)

imag1011My dad loves chocolate doughnuts, I’ve heard him complain endlessly about how now only select Dunkin Donuts has them, and they are small…blah blah blah. So I brought him back one from Voodoo and he was raving about it! ($1.10) For a full list of doughnuts, see their website.

Voodoo Doughnut

1520 East Colfax, Denver, CO

Street parking only – make sure to have quarters for the meters.

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