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Careful, Don't Holey Cream Your Pants. These Photos NSFW.

Completely lost in New York during my trip to the James Beard Awards, I stumbled upon Holey Cream. Based on the name, I thought it must be a sex shop. Turns out, it's better: Holey Cream Outrageous Donuts and Ice Cream is a dessert shop that will make you an ice cream sandwich out of donuts and ice cream. Lookit:

You pick out a doughnut, add icing and choose toppings (you get to pick from about 50 different options including Fruit Loops, Nutella, M&Ms and coconut). Then, if you're awesome, you ask them to slice that sucker in half, you pick out an ice cream and they make you a doughnut ice cream sandwich. Holey cream is right.

If you're not up for the crazy doughnut thing, get an ice cream cone. Mine was a chocolate-dipped, sprinkles-added waffle cone plus one scoop of their red velvet ice cream (yeah, it had chunks of red velvet cupcake in it). Stupid delicious.

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How does Dallas not have one of these places yet? (Hey, Hypnotic Donuts: Get on this ice cream train already.) A Holey Cream would look mighty nice right next to that Heart Attack Grill.

Holey Cream Outrageous Donuts and Ice Cream 796 9th Ave New York, NY 10019 212-247-8400

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