Deflated football pastries are the new craze

Wednesday January 21st, 2015

Do you love talking about the New England Patriots deflated football scandal? Do you love it so much you wish you could eat it? Well then, today is your lucky day.

Two baked goods are attempting to commemorate the NFL's current hot topic. The first comes from Boston Common Coffee, which has rendered the tampered footballs in cookie form.

New York Post takes a shot at the Patriots with front page

Meanwhile, the Krispy Kreme donut chain is having some social media fun with the controversy with a new ad for its football shaped treats. 

While Colts fans may be upset about the entire affair, anything that leads to more pastries is definitely a positive thing for the world at large.

Brendan Maloy

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