Dollars to Doughnuts

In Eat, October 2019 by Raleigh MagazineLeave a Comment

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We donut need an excuse to eat more doughnuts! But here in Raleigh, there are a few new reasons for why we will…

Krispy Kreme Delivery

Whether you’re still not comfortable leaving your house or just too lazy to get up and make breakfast, Krispy Kreme has you covered with no contact delivery through DoorDash. Just download the app or place an order online. In Wake County, you can order from the Person Street, Wake Forest, Knightdale and Fuquay-Varina locations. For now, you have to order by the dozen (and why wouldn’t you want to?!) but that means no singles. Coffee brew boxes and bottled beverages are available as well; there’s also a $5 delivery charge. Oh, and they only deliver to a five mile radius, so be sure to keep that in mind when you need a sweet treat stat.

Lousy Hunters Doughnuts

Vegan doughnuts? Yep, it’s a thing, and they’re available at Lousy Hunters Doughnuts in Oakwood. Tonya and Joshua Baldwin accept pre-orders, pickup orders and deliveries (a $10 minimum is required) for their fried vegan doughnuts daily. Flavors rotate often and include s’mores, cookies and cream, snickers, dirty chai and more. You can find their vegan treats, along with others from Anisette Sweet Shop, in the Little Sweet Shop at 222 N. Bloodworth Street. 

Sola Coffee Cafe

The only thing that could possibly be better than regular doughnuts are mini doughnuts, specifically Sola‘s Hot Minis. The North Raleigh coffee shop and cafe makes their beloved mini doughnuts fresh to order on the daily in delicious flavors such as cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar, birthday cake, strawberry and espresso. Additionally, every Tuesday in November they’re selling apple cider hot minis coated in pie spice sugar and served with homemade caramel. You can—and should—order them with their cinnamon plum apple cider for the perfect fall breakfast.

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