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7 Doughnut Shops To Seek Out in South Florida

Glazed, filled with jam, or topped with chocolate — here are some of the best

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These sweet, often over-the-top, treats are something most people will agree can pass for breakfast, dessert, or a treat yourself anytime moment. Doughnuts went through quite the trendy phase a few years ago with shops popping up all over the place, but these days it seems they are a bit more few and far between. Here are seven South Florida doughnut shops that have stood the test of time and worth seeking out for a sugar-filled bite.

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1. Dandee Donut Factory

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102 N 28th Ave
Hollywood, FL 33020
(954) 929-1118

Looking for old-fashioned doughnuts? Check out Dandee Donuts in Hollywood (with more locations a to be found further north) where the menu features over 50 different varieties of doughnut. Expect the classics like glazed cruller, old fashioned chocolate dip, and Bavarian cream — but don’t miss out on the more unusual flavors like apple cider glazed or pistachio.

2. Sweet Mini Donuts

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1675 NW 54th St
Miami, FL 33142

Doral’s Sweet Mini Donuts is true to its name as its menu features mini doughnuts that are usually seen at fairs and carnivals. These tiny doughnuts can be ordered as a half dozen, dozen, or a bucket-o-minis (two and a half dozen) and can be covered in powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar. Those craving a bit more excitement can opt for one of the special glazes with flavors including original glaze, strawberry, cookies and cream, caramel, lemon, or chocolate.

3. Bunnie Cakes

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2322 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33137
(786) 268-9790
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Cakes may be the namesake at Bunnie Cakes, but this Wynwood bakeshop also has a selection of adorable mini heart shaped doughnuts. Flavors may vary, but one can always guarantee that like all of the delicious creations at Bunnie Cakes, they are completely vegan treats.

4. Doughnut Break

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1657 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33136
(786) 536-6994
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Doughnut Break features gourmet doughnuts with a European touch that can be seen in the form of many homemade meringues and specialty creams. Here, those with a sweet tooth can order unique doughnuts like the natillas made with Maria crackers and a touch of cinnamon or the doughnut croissant filled with its famous crema catalana.

5. Mojo Donuts & Fried Chicken

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8870 SW 40th St #13
Miami, FL 33165
(305) 223-6656
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One of the OG Miami donut shops, Mojo Donuts’ first shop was in Pembroke Pines, but made its way to Miami a few years ago — and added fried chicken to the menu. At this doughnut shop, guests can expect a larger than life menu of doughnuts each day with fun rotating flavors like the Esmeralda doughnut, which is a raspberry glazed donut covered in Nutella and dunked in crushed Oreos with strawberry mousse and a strawberry drizzle.

6. The Salty Donut (Multiple locations)

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6022 S Dixie Hwy
South Miami, FL 33143
(786) 409-4714
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It’s nearly impossible to talk about doughnuts in Miami without mentioning The Salty Donut. The original location in Wynwood often boasted lines that would wrap about the block at all times as doughnut lovers from all over the world flocked to try these decadent pastries. Now these small cake-sized doughnuts can be found in South Miami as well. Stars of the show include the maple bacon and the Miami inspired guava + cheese, though Salty is known to drop special doughnut releases often.

7. Honeybee Doughnuts and Bubble Tea (Multiple locations)

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8888 SW 136th St STE 280
Miami, FL 33176
(786) 732-7292
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This doughnut shop just made its way to a second location at The Falls, while it’s original South Miami location undergoes a renovation. Doughnut lovers who visit Honeybee will find more than a dozen daily doughnut flavors including the signature Honeybee doughnut, a raised doughnut filled with fresh whipped cream and local honey.

1. Dandee Donut Factory

102 N 28th Ave, Hollywood, FL 33020

Looking for old-fashioned doughnuts? Check out Dandee Donuts in Hollywood (with more locations a to be found further north) where the menu features over 50 different varieties of doughnut. Expect the classics like glazed cruller, old fashioned chocolate dip, and Bavarian cream — but don’t miss out on the more unusual flavors like apple cider glazed or pistachio.

102 N 28th Ave
Hollywood, FL 33020

2. Sweet Mini Donuts

1675 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33142

Doral’s Sweet Mini Donuts is true to its name as its menu features mini doughnuts that are usually seen at fairs and carnivals. These tiny doughnuts can be ordered as a half dozen, dozen, or a bucket-o-minis (two and a half dozen) and can be covered in powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar. Those craving a bit more excitement can opt for one of the special glazes with flavors including original glaze, strawberry, cookies and cream, caramel, lemon, or chocolate.

1675 NW 54th St
Miami, FL 33142

3. Bunnie Cakes

2322 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137

Cakes may be the namesake at Bunnie Cakes, but this Wynwood bakeshop also has a selection of adorable mini heart shaped doughnuts. Flavors may vary, but one can always guarantee that like all of the delicious creations at Bunnie Cakes, they are completely vegan treats.

2322 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33137

4. Doughnut Break

1657 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136

Doughnut Break features gourmet doughnuts with a European touch that can be seen in the form of many homemade meringues and specialty creams. Here, those with a sweet tooth can order unique doughnuts like the natillas made with Maria crackers and a touch of cinnamon or the doughnut croissant filled with its famous crema catalana.

1657 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33136

5. Mojo Donuts & Fried Chicken

8870 SW 40th St #13, Miami, FL 33165

One of the OG Miami donut shops, Mojo Donuts’ first shop was in Pembroke Pines, but made its way to Miami a few years ago — and added fried chicken to the menu. At this doughnut shop, guests can expect a larger than life menu of doughnuts each day with fun rotating flavors like the Esmeralda doughnut, which is a raspberry glazed donut covered in Nutella and dunked in crushed Oreos with strawberry mousse and a strawberry drizzle.

8870 SW 40th St #13
Miami, FL 33165

6. The Salty Donut (Multiple locations)

6022 S Dixie Hwy, South Miami, FL 33143

It’s nearly impossible to talk about doughnuts in Miami without mentioning The Salty Donut. The original location in Wynwood often boasted lines that would wrap about the block at all times as doughnut lovers from all over the world flocked to try these decadent pastries. Now these small cake-sized doughnuts can be found in South Miami as well. Stars of the show include the maple bacon and the Miami inspired guava + cheese, though Salty is known to drop special doughnut releases often.

6022 S Dixie Hwy
South Miami, FL 33143

7. Honeybee Doughnuts and Bubble Tea (Multiple locations)

8888 SW 136th St STE 280, Miami, FL 33176

This doughnut shop just made its way to a second location at The Falls, while it’s original South Miami location undergoes a renovation. Doughnut lovers who visit Honeybee will find more than a dozen daily doughnut flavors including the signature Honeybee doughnut, a raised doughnut filled with fresh whipped cream and local honey.

8888 SW 136th St STE 280
Miami, FL 33176

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