Doughpods mark the company’s first venture into savory doughnuts. The Daily Meal
Doughnut Plant’s latest creation: DOUGHPODS. Savory filled yeast doughnuts. Read about them in The New York Times. Available starting Wednesday, May 18, at 11 a.m. at all four of our NYC locations.
Doughnut Plant’s Crème Brûlée is one of New York City’s most iconic desserts, says Thrillist.
Today we introduce WHITEOUT, our latest filled cake doughnut! The BLACKOUT, Doughnut Plant’s tribute to Brooklyn’s Ebinger’s Bakery (1898-1972), has long been one of our most popular doughnuts, especially for chocolate lovers. Now we’ve made a version with white chocolate! … Continue reading
Doughnut Plant is #28 on the list of the 50 most quintessential NYC eats, according to Spoon University.
Strawberry is sticking around for another month, due to popular demand! Caramel is back on the menu for the first time since 2013, as a cake doughnut. We think you’ll like our housemade caramel so much, we’ve made it available … Continue reading
Our PURIM HAMANTASHEN doughseed returns to the menu in limited numbers in the days leading up to the joyous festival of Purim. Inspired by the traditional triangular cookies, our triangular doughseed has a poppy seed, raisin and honey filling and … Continue reading
Only through St. Patrick’s Day: our limited edition LUCKY SHAMROCK, a unique four-leaf clover shaped doughnut with a vanilla bean glaze and green mint stripe & garnished with an edible shamrock! Vanilla Bean yeast and square filled with blackberry jam … Continue reading
Strawberry is a Doughnut Plant classic and one of our most beloved glazes. Made with fresh, organic strawberries. Cake doughnuts have the strawberries blended into the batter. Our doughseed is STRAWBERRY & CREAM — our mini, round filled doughnut dipped … Continue reading
PISTACHIO is a Doughnut Plant original, made with pistachios we roast in house. Yeast, cake and doughseed — filled with pistachio cream! Passion Fruit is a classic Doughnut Plant glaze — we’ve been making this with real passion fruit since … Continue reading