WARNING: Do not read this article if you are on a diet!
The humble donuts that we all grew up on as kids have morphed into mind blowing creations of late. Whilst the good old cinamon donut still hits the spot perfectly, we now have some of the most deliciously wicked donuts available to us all over Sydney.
The Sydney Crochet Club meets weekly to learn crochet, meet other Sydney mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!
Just like in all of the good American cop shows, coffee and donuts go hand in hand. Shortstop Coffee and Donuts agree with this philosophy and bake donuts fresh on site throughout the day and brew a damn good coffee too. Some of their ever changing flavours include Lemon & Poppy Seed; Burnt Caramel, Fennel & Seasalt; and Triple Matcha.
This place not only serves up calorific American style donuts but it also doubles as a cookie dough cafe - so wear your stretchy pants! You'll find it near the Kings Cross Fire Station in Darlinghurst.
Gluten Free and organic baked donuts are the speciality of the Nutie house! But don't worry they still look and taste amazing. They even have dairy free and vegan versions available for those of you who may have issues with animals products.
Handcrafted delicious donuts that can be delivered straight to your front door or office - yes please! Or drop in to the Mug Life Cafe in Pyrmont or Potts Point to grab one from 7.00am - 10.00pm every day.
These dudes create all sorts of incredible toppings for their donuts, and they even go as far as selling donut cones full of soft serve ice cream and mega donut cakes! Luckily for us they have stores all over Sydney where you can grab a donut fix.
Broadway Shopping Centre: Lvl2, 1 Bay St, Glebe
Penrith Westfield: Lvl1, 585 High St
Parramatta Westfield: Lvl 5, Food Court 256 Church St
This delcious Eastern Suburbs baker has a range of signature brioche donuts with everyone's favourite being the Jam & Vanilla Custardone. This light and puffy ball of deliciousness literally melts in your mouth.
It's probably because Krispy Kreme arrived in Australia that our addicition to donuts was taken to a whole new level. These glazed beauties showed us that the donut didn't have to be plain anymore. We also love that you can do fundraising with these guys for your school, sporting group or charity.
Where: 7-Eleven Stores and
116 Parramatta Rd, Auburn
Liverpool Megacentre, 20 Orange Grove Rd, Liverpool
A childhood favourite, Donut King has kept up with the trends in donut craziness and now you can grab everything from a simple cinamon donut, to one of their Royal Range which includes versions such as Sir Mint-a-Lot; King Confetti; Caramel Countess; and the Crown Jewels!
These baby donuts just pop into your mouth way too easily! Diegos Donuts is a food truck that pops up at food festivals and markets. From plain janes to decadent chocolate encrusted donuts, there's a flavour for everyone and the best bit is that they are cooked fresh in front of you!
Where: Markets and street festivals throughout Sydney