NYC’s Doughnut Plant – Where It All Began

Doughnut Plant – East Village, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, NY In my mind, Doughnut Plant is a staple of New York living. Everyone goes on and on about the bagels but doughnuts are starting to enter the scene.  We played tourists when my husband was stationed in Brooklyn New York in 2017 and after a veryContinue reading “NYC’s Doughnut Plant – Where It All Began”

Boston’s BlackBird Donuts

I’ve lived in Boston now for almost 5 years and it took me that long to get to Blackbird Donuts. To be fair, vegan options are a recent addition to their menu I believe since when I first arrived, they were only doing classic donut recipes. But low and behold, they have them now andContinue reading “Boston’s BlackBird Donuts”

Union Square Donuts

The first time I saw Union Square Donuts was in Boston Public Market. They have a cute little shop that looks like a pop-up and they just sell their donuts until sold out. The human manning the stand is usually hanging out on their phone and you’re not gonna get much of a chit chatContinue reading “Union Square Donuts”

Holy Donuts!

Okay but that’s actually what they are called. Probably because when you try them, you exclaim, “Holy Donuts! These are amazing!” blah blah blah. Well, these are old friends so welcome to the blog Holy Donut! This is a local spot that became so popular that in just about three years it now has threeContinue reading “Holy Donuts!”

I’m alive and loving Vegan Cherry Toasted Coconut Donuts

My Dear Donut Lovers, I apologize for my absence. Grad finals were due and they were kicking my butt so I had to take a short hiatus from the blogging world and even (gasp!) from the donut world. And just when I was ready to be back, my puppy decided to eat a raw pizzaContinue reading “I’m alive and loving Vegan Cherry Toasted Coconut Donuts”

Donuts are Love at Kane’s

If you can’t get onboard with a company whose tagline isย Donuts are Love, I’m not sure what you are doing with your life. This gem lives in Saugus, Massachusetts and has been a local favorite since they opened their doors in 1955. Family owned and operated, this place speaks to the heart of New England’sContinue reading “Donuts are Love at Kane’s”