El Paso’s Best Donut Shops

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Did you know June 7 is National Donut Day? Something this delicious deserves its own holiday. Whether you prefer cake, glazed, cream-filled, holes, powdered, or any other iteration, you’re sure to find your favorite at one of the local donut shops listed below.

El Paso's Best Donut ShopsDONUT SHOPS

You’re gonna like these a “hole” lot!

The Dapper Doughnut – The Fountains

8889 Gateway Blvd W. Suite 1900, El Paso, TX 79925

These “cake style” doughnuts are light, moist, and slightly crunchy. Get hot, mini doughnuts, always made fresh to order. They’re even created and artisanally decorated right before your eyes!


Donuts Hot & Fresh Kolaches

1470 George Dieter Dr, El Paso, TX 79936 | 3014 N Lee Travino Dr, El Paso, TX 79936

If you’re in need of soft, fluffy, pillowy kolaches, here’s your spot. The donuts are fresh and delicious as well. Just make sure to get there early so you have lots to choose from.


Donuts N Boba

9601 McCombs St, El Paso, TX 79924 | 2931 George Dieter Dr Ste A El Paso, TX 79936

Their specialties include gourmet donuts, Kolaches, croissant sandwiches, breakfast burritos, bubble milk teas, iced coffee, fruit iced tea, and much more. What’s not to like?


The Glazy Donut Co.

2119 N. Mesa, El Paso, TX

These fresh and delicious donuts are best enjoyed in the cozy indoor seating area or the large pet-friendly patio. We hear amazing things about the horchata donut.


Hillside Coffee & Donut Co.

2260 N Zaragoza Rd El Paso, TX 79938

With its floor-to-ceiling windows, this is a great place to set up camp and get out your computer, read a book, or meet a friend. You might wonder if you really need a Choco Abuelita donut. The answer is yes, you do.


Humble Donut Co.

3 El Paso locations

Humble offers made-to-order mini donuts decorated with a variety of too-good-to-be-true glazes and decadent toppings all created right before guests’ eyes.


Savage Goods

1201 North Oregon Street, El Paso, TX 79902

With a full menu, you can grab a meal along with your donuts at Savage Goods. Their selection of donuts are made fresh everyday, and many are even vegan. We love the idea of the donut churrro: a churro and a donut combined, of course!


Weirdoughs Bakery And Café

2900 N. Mesa Suite C. El Paso, TX

This bakery creates new top quality, imaginative, and delicious baked treats each month in order to keep the menu fresh and exciting. They also integrate flavors from our borderland community while also introducing flavors from around the world.


Don’t forget to check your favorite donut shop’s Instagram today, as they may be offering special donut day deals!

Krispie Kreme and Dunkin Donuts often have donut specials for National Donut Day. So check out one of their multiple locations around town.

Need coffee to go with those donuts? Look no further than our Guide to Coffee Shops in the El Paso Area.


OTHER FUN WAYS TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL DONUT DAY

• Taste test the donuts of El Paso. Grab one donut from lots of local shops, cut them into bite-sized pieces, and vote on special awards for each one! (Tag each location and their “award” on social!)

• Have a donut-themed storytime with If You Give a Dog a Donut.

• Grab a box of plain or glazed donuts and add your own toppings and decorations. This includes turning your donut into your favorite animal, character, or even yourself!

• Place your donut through the straw of your cup and enjoy a milk and donut treat!

• Play Donut Tic Tac Toe with this printable.

• Place a timer for a minute and see who can list the most items that have holes in them.

• Have a doughnut picnic. Grab a dozen different flavors, spread out a blanket, and enjoy your donut feast!

• Drop off a box of donuts to friends and family.

• Grab some donut holes, fruit, and kabob sticks and make your own donut + fruit kabobs.

Have fun!

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Vanessa Bush
With a background in writing, marketing, and bringing women together, Vanessa has found a sweet spot as the owner of El Paso Mom. Vanessa is married to her high school sweetheart, Nate, and they have three kids. When she is not chauffeuring children about town, Vanessa works as the part-owner of an advertising agency, enjoys volunteering at church, loves watching college football, and drinks a little too much coffee. She is passionate about connecting women with each other, loving her people, and finding the good in her place.

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