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Spaghetti Doughnuts Are the Latest Food Hybrid Out of Brooklyn

Spaghetti Doughnuts Are the Latest Food Hybrid Out of Brooklyn


Brooklyn’s Pop Pasta invented the spaghetti doughnut and nothing will ever be the same

Brooklyn's Pop Pasta invented a spaghetti doughnut, and carb-lovers everywhere are going to be very, very happy about it.

After the burger/burrito and the croissant/doughnut, one might have thought that the world of food hybrids was out of ideas. Now, however, the carb-loving geniuses at Brooklyn’s Pop Pasta have made a doughnut out of spaghetti.

According to Today, the spaghetti doughnuts were first spotted over the weekend at Smorgasburg, the famous food market in Brooklyn.

Pop Pasta invented the spaghetti doughnut by combining cooked spaghetti and sauce, then baking it in ring-shaped molds until it is firm and crispy. That means the spaghetti doughnuts are not sweet at all, but they are a pretty clever way of making a spaghetti lunch into a convenient, hand-held snack. They can be eaten hot, cold, or room temperature, and they are also a much less messy way to eat spaghetti for lunch at work or for a picnic.

The spaghetti doughnuts are available in several flavors including classic red sauce, aglio e olio, Bolognese, and carbonara, with more flavors to come in the near future.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


Spaghetti Doughnuts Are Solving Our Life's Problems

Ever find yourself wanting to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti while holding hands with your significant other on a sunny day? OK, we usually don't either (mostly because we're lacking the significant-other part), but we would've been pairing the two activities a lot sooner if we had spaghetti doughnuts.

The newest entry in the world of brilliant (and somewhat-unnecessary) food mash-ups comes courtesy of Pop Pasta in New York City. The doughnuts combine a popular Neapolitan dish, frittata di spaghetti&mdashleftover pasta tossed with beaten eggs and then fried&mdashwith Homer Simpson's beloved breakfast item. According to Pop Pasta's menu, the doughnuts come in a variety of flavors, including garlicky aglio e olio, classic red and even a meaty Bolognese version. And while we can't say just yet if these handheld hybrids will edge out Nonna's Sunday gravy, one thing we do know is they'll probably get you a lot more Instagram likes.

While Pop Pasta doesn't have a physical space, you can still grab these savory treats starting this weekend at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's yearly food market that runs from April through October, Gothamist reports.


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