10 of the best places in the world to get donuts

We can all agree that you can never go wrong with doughnuts. So, you’re probably wondering where we can find the best donuts. We made a list of the best places to get donuts all over the world to answer the question. So, if you enjoy donuts, keep reading.

Krispy Kreme (Global)

Krispy Kreme is one of the most well-known donut chains. The New York City branch is one of the most well-known. Donuts start at a price of at least US$1.29. Try the Glazed, Chocolate Glazed, or Chocolate Dream Cake doughnuts if you go to Krispy Kreme. Also, Krispy Kreme has different menus in most countries where it is sold.

Dunkin Donuts (Global) (Global)

The biggest doughnut chain in the world has done more than anyone else to spread the word about doughnuts around the world. This chain, which is based in Massachusetts, is still selling delicious doughnuts and has plans to grow to the West Coast. The menu stays interesting with seasonal treats like Red Velvet Drizzle and Pumpkin Pie doughnuts.

Randy’s Donuts is a donut shop (Global)

Randy’s Donuts is a famous food chain that started in California and has stores all over the world. Through international franchising, the food chain company now has more than 200 stores in different countries, like South Korea, Saudi Arabia, etc. Randy’s buttermilk donuts are said to be a favourite among the locals. The lowest price on the menu is $1.95 USD.

Blue Star Donuts (Oregon, California)

Blue Star spends 18 hours every day making dough for its gourmet donuts. The donuts are made with ingredients that are good for the environment and follow a classic French brioche recipe. The only oil used to fry them is rice oil. Some of the flavours include Raspberry Pistachio and Chocolate Salted Almond. The donuts start at a price of US$3.65 each.

Doughnuts Time (London, UK)

The sign on the wall of Doughnut Time says, “It’s always a good time.” This tiny shop sells classics like original glazed, salted caramel, and Nutella, as well as some amazing new flavours (maple bacon, watermelon and cookie dough). Don’t miss out on the vegan options if you’re in London. Starting prices are £4.

Growing Doughnuts (New York, Japan, South Korea)

At Doughnut Plant, there are two kinds of doughnuts: cake doughnuts and yeast doughnuts. Most of the jelly-filled donuts, such as the Peanut Butter & Jelly and the Creme Brulee, are made with yeast. Donuts from Doughnut Plant cost between $2 and $3 each. When compared to a normal chain donut shop, these doughnuts are on the pricey side, but they are handmade, gourmet, and of very high quality.

Sunshine Doughnuts is a bakery (Ontario, Canada)

The Sunshine Doughnut Company is based in the Ontario city of Burlington. This mom-and-pop shop is known for its hand-made donuts. Some of the most popular flavours are Burlington Cream, Dulce de Leche, and Blueberry Basil. The donuts start at $3.50 per dozen.

Birdies ( Los Angles, USA)

Birdies promises “crumbly and buttery” cake donuts and “golden brown and delicious” yeast donuts, as well as “unique glazes, fillings, and toppings.” Three dishes with lemon thyme pistachio, strawberry white chocolate, and candied maple bacon are on the counter. They start at $3.75 USD.

The Astro Doughnuts (Washington D.C., USA)

Astro Doughnuts has several locations around the country, but the one in Washington, D.C., is the most well-known. Some of their most popular doughnuts are Vanilla Glazed, Maple Bacon, PB&J, and Creme Brule. Get there early because doughnuts often run out. The price range starts at US $4.

Brammibal’s Donuts (Berlin, Germany)

At Brammibal’s Donuts in Berlin, Germany, the pink floor matches the decor. This vegan bakery has delicious baked goods, including doughnuts with flavours like Pina Colada and Maple Smoked Coconut. The cost begins at €2.90.

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