Donut get your swim trunks in a twist. On the holiday of holidays, Honolulu delivers with funky flavors and glazed perfection. National Doughnut Day is very near and dear to our hearts here at Cutter Auto. Not only does this holiday make our day, week, and even month sweeter, it gives us a chance to explore the best of donuts in donut heaven.
The early bird gets the worm and poi glazed donuts from Kamehameha Bakery. Open at 2 am, these decadent taro and poi donuts sell out fast. Why? They taste better than they look and, well, they look heavenly. If you plan on rising early on National Doughnut Day, Kamehameha Bakery is your place and the poi glazed donut is your solace.
Mr. Donuts & Bakery
A donut daydream may send you into a deep fryer, but not at Mr. Donuts & Bakery. Mr. Donut bakes his donuts rather than sending them to the fryer producing a flavor that’s all unique to this bakery. Other than that, these donuts are as true to the classic American donut as you can imagine.
This bakery keeps it fresh with flavors like cotton candy and maple bacon, but are they delicious? Yes, yes, and yes. Seventh heaven isn’t far away as Regal Bakery has several mouth-watering locations on the island. So, are you feeling adventurous this National Doughnut Day? If you answered yes, bump Regal bakery to the top of your list.
Deliciousness can fit a tight budget and Leonard’s Bakery proves that with its light and sweet malasadas. Simple on the outside, these puffs of tastiness bear sweet island custards and jams inside, making them the perfect donut to pair with your morning coffee.
These donuts are so cute you won’t want to eat them, but who can resist the adventure of a green tea donut? Not us. This Japanese bakery offers sweet and savory donuts to satisfy any craving. In addition to delicious donuts, all the edible animal shaped breads you could ever want are baked here.