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Check Out New York City’s Doughnut Plant

October 11, 2013 by

The Doughnut Plant

Next visit to NYC, stop by the Doughnut Plant for handcrafted doughnuts made fresh every day. Whether you choose yeast, cake, or filled, the freshness and quality ingredients deliver taste you’ll never forget.

They are based on a family recipe owner Mark Isreal had passed on to him from his grandfather. Equipped with this recipe, Mark opened the doors to the Doughnut Plant in 1994 and, since then, his business has grown to include more than one location and a growing selection of flavors.

Doughnut Plant

Doughnut Selections

For those visiting New York City, the Doughnut Plant offers light, airy yeast doughnuts, cake doughnuts, and doughnuts filled with homemade jams, creams and mouth-watering custards. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to make up your mind.

If you find yourself in that situation, try their original square yeast doughnut which offers filling in every bite. Or perhaps you’re ready to be adventurous enough to sample the peanut butter and jelly doughnut or try a seasonal flavor like the peaches and cream doughseeds or key lime doughnuts.

To check out seasonal flavors visit their website or check them out on Facebook.

If you’re wondering what a doughseed is exactly, they are mini, round doughnuts filled with a variety of flavors. A favorite is their signature Crème Brulee, but there are plenty of delicious options to choose from.

Doughnut Plant New York City

Coffee, Tea, and Juices

Along with the wide selection of doughnuts, the Doughnut Plant also serves a hand-roasted Kobrick’s coffee blend, espresso, and decaf, and for those who aren’t coffee drinkers, they serve a variety of teas as well as milk and fresh pressed juices including orange juice, carrot juice, pistachio milk, cashew milk and more.

In the summer months the Doughnut Plant also makes its own ice cream. Ask for a scoop on top of a cake doughnut, affogato (a shot of espresso with scoop of ice cream), or as single or double scoop. No matter what you try, the home baked goodness is unforgettable.

Photo credits: richard winchell, hamron, bgreenlee



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