Thank you for coming across my online guide on how to perform a successful incision and extraction of cookie dough creme from a baked, yeast-based heart donut. In this step by step guide, I will detail the vivisection, extraction, and recovery period.To start, you will need a Dunkin’ Donuts Cookie Dough Donut, in the requisite heart formation.
Prep one 4-inch surgical stainless steel knife, and make an incision in the midsection seam, where the donut has formed together. In most yeast-based donut bodies, you will see a lighter-colored seam, detailed below. An oscillating saw will also suffice.Now that the donut is open, gently crack open the halves. Use a retractor to hold the two halves apart, if needed. The cookie dough creme, a viscous, beige substance, will be located in the middle of the heart, around the raised doughteries in the upper mid ventricle. With one sterile oyster fork or olive spoon, gently work out the creme and put it on a plate for further testing. Sterilize the dough around the localized area, and wire the heart back together with butcher’s twine or thin strands of Twizzler, .017in. Alternatively, consume. Note that the Dunkin’ Donut Cookie Dough Donut is covered in a chocolate icing meant to evoke brownies- this icing is too sweet, and can be discarded. The subtle nuances of the filling are lost when combined with the icing on top.With the cookie dough icing isolated, commence further testing. The filling will be fresh and gooey, much like real cookie dough, and will have a pleasantly strong, almost boozy vanilla flavor. The texture should be slightly grainy, and full-bodied. Anything less should be rejected. Despite its flawed complete construction, this is an additive this frosting. This is, as it’s known in Latin, ‘money,’ and has a nice salty finish. Note that although there are no chocolate chips in the cookie dough icing, it is still a remarkable specimen of a cookie dough-flavored homage. Take heed, Oreo. Currently, this procedure and medical sample will run approximately $106,355, or with your local Dunkin’ Donuts insurance, $1.19.