10 Best Doughnuts From Around the World

If you are in the mood for a tasty dessert or just want a quick snack, you should go for a doughnut. Whether you choose glazed, chocolate covered or doughnuts with sprinkles, you will surely satisfy your sweet tooth. Although it is not entirely sure throughout the history where this delicious treat was created, one thing is certain – you can buy or make one anywhere in the world.

Depending on their size, ingredients, and whether they are empty or filled with all kinds of creams, one can be surprised at how many different types actually exist.

1. Bomboloni


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In Italy, you should order a Bomboloni. These are a type of doughnuts most popular in the city of Florence. They look too good to be true, and they definitely taste like that too. These are common in restaurants and bakeries.

2. Beignet


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In France, you ask for a Beignet. Prepare your nose to be deeply dipped in powder sugar. Apart from France, these are also the types of doughnut to try in New Orleans, Louisiana.

3. Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme

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When in England, go to a local Krispy Kreme. It is a type of bakery where you can have all kinds of treats, of course, including doughnuts. Takeaway in Manchester is extremely popular, especially for the Krispy doughnuts.

4. Dunkin’ Donuts

Dunkin' Doughnuts

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When you go to the United States, you will truly get the treats  you have seen the police eat in every movie – or that Homer Simpson just cannot get enough of. Dunkin’ Donuts may be one of the most familiar types of doughnuts in the US and Boston in particularly, but Union Square Donuts are no disappointment either.

5. Doughs Donuts

Doughs Donuts

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Another type of doughnuts in the US to try is most certainly Doughs donuts. These are available in most of New York cafes today, and they have proved a great investment from a simple store in Brooklyn.

6. Greek Doughnuts

Greek Doughnuts


Although being located nearly at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Greece pretty much maintained their cuisine heritage. The local type of doughnuts might be small in size, but are big in flavour.

7. Glazed Doughnuts


The area of Western Asia is quite under the influence of an Israeli type of cuisine. A must have for Hanukah are their local types of glazed doughnuts. They are especially tasty during the holiday.

8. Youtiao


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Another Asian type of doughnuts served in China are called Youtiao, which can confuse customers with their look. These deep-fried sticks can be ordered to go, with a cup of soy milk on the side to be dipped into.

9. German Berliners

German Berliners

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Back in Europe, the German Berliners must not be left out. They are also not classical hollow rings, and they are always filled with chocolate or some other crèmes. Powdered with sugar or not, these doughnuts are one of the most famous recipes in German cooking, and every tourist should try one.

10. Sel Roti

Sel Roti

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After a long day of trekking or climbing in Nepal, you can treat yourself with a traditional Sel Roti, also known as sweet bread. A local festival cannot be imagined without these sweets.

Whichever type of doughnuts you go for, you will most definitely enjoy a delicious snack. Don’t forget to check out the 10 Biggest Burgers in the World – which need to be seen to be believed.

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