Ever have one of those sweet-tooth cravings that just won’t quit? Sometimes, only a doughnut will do. In cases like those, your best bet is to try one of these incredible Oregon doughnut shops. Glazed cake doughnut? Check. The classic old fashioned? Double check. Doughnut covered in Fruit Loops? You’ve got it. You can thank us later with a half-dozen or so to share.
Voodoo Doughnut has several locations scattered throughout Oregon, including one in Eugene and three in Portland. Their slogan, “The Magic is in the Hole,” doesn’t quite do these incredible treats justice. Their colorful names are rivaled only by their extravagant execution: Look no further than “The Loop” doughnut, made with vanilla frosting and Fruit Loops, to see what we mean.
NOLA Doughnuts aims to make “a doughnut worth tasting,” and with their use of fresh ingredients and layering techniques, they’ve succeeded. You won’t find many unique doughnut experiments here: Instead, you’re in store for a delicious, well-executed treat.
Best Donuts in Portland? It’s hard to say because in my opinion it’s all in what you’re looking for. I personally am always looking to eat as many as I can so @pipsoriginal is definitely up there because they are baby donuts (get it, PIPS) but the flavors are like woah. Then I would say @bluestardonuts because they have a wide variety of unique flavors that always get me excited. I mean come on, Creme Brûlée with a shooter of Cointreau. Need I say more? These suckers are from Nola Doughnuts and if you don’t know what a La’ssant is. Please go there and find out. You won’t be disappointed. ðŸ˜‰ðŸ˜˜
Sweetheart Donuts are made-fresh daily and include traditional favorites along with unique excursions. Try their rings, cake doughnuts, bars, buttermilk knots, twists, and specialties.
Pip’s Mobile Doughnuts and Chai is the name of the custom hand-painted and lettered Chevy P-10 Van, equipped with everything needed to make exquisite doughnuts and chai. Their mobile offerings include Nutella and sea salt, cinnamon and sugar, raw honey and sea salt, and a specialty item called “the dirty wu.” They have a brick and mortar shop in town, too.
Joe’s Donuts in Sandy, Oregon, is a humble spot that cranks out fantastic food. They’ve got old fashioned, plain, chocolate, and glazed flavored cake doughnuts, bars, and filled treats.
Donut Country in Medford, Oregon, has “the most amazing tasting donuts,” according to a recent Facebook reviewer. They’ve been open since 1990 cranking out wonderful doughnuts, and boast that they are the “Second busiest donut shop in the state of Oregon.”
The Happy Donut in Myrtle Creek, Oregon, offers hand-made doughnuts on a daily basis. If scrumptious doughnuts aren’t enough to get you in the door, how about the Conquer the Fritter challenge? Essentially, you are responsible for eating 1-2 pounds of fritters for fabulous prizes.
The Dough Nut in Bend, Oregon, has two locations ready and willing to serve. They’ve got gluten free options, along with classic offerings and signature specialties.
Cal’s Donuts in Eugene, Oregon has highly regarded simple, yet delicious doughnuts. Keep in mind that they only accept cash, but these doughnuts are worth the trip to the ATM.
Donut Day is open early—at 5:30 a.m. every morning—so you can start your day off right. Their menu is varied but includes fritters, cake doughnuts, and doughnut holes.