The 7 Best Donuts in Louisville

Nord’s Bakery

Ever tried a maple bacon donut? Now is the time, if you haven’t. Nord’s donuts are fresh-baked slices of heaven. This family-owned bakery creates delicious treats from scratch that Louisvillians line up for.

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Sugar & Spice Donut Shop

An excellent selection of donuts that make people go nuts. The light and airy dough is complemented with unique flavors like coconut custard, peanut butter fudge, Dreamsicle and more.

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Plehn’s Bakery

Supplying Louisville with coffee cakes, donuts kuchens and homemade ice cream since 1924, Plehn’s has remained a Louisville favorite. Come in to try some fresh and hot delicacies.

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Bussmann’s Bakery

Delicious delicacies made from scratch daily. The custard donuts come highly recommended by the regulars. You’ll have to get here early before your favorite donut sells out, they’re in high demand!

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Hi-Five Doughnuts

Food trucks sell donuts now. What will they think of next? Choose your own toppings and get your donut iced to your liking! You’ll frequently find Hi-Five Donuts at the Flea Off Market, but you can follow them on Facebook or Twitter to hunt them down.

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William’s Bakery

Just across the river is a bakery worth the journey. The donuts are made fresh daily – experience what Indiana has to offer in the way of hand-crafted baked goods. There’s a reason this bakery has been in business for nearly a century.

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Annie May’s Sweet Cafe

Annie May’s is the answer to every vegan, gluten-free and/or highly allergic person’s prayers. Now you can be health-conscious while still indulging your sweet tooth. Many recipes can be customized to accommodate food allergies. This is a place that takes extra precaution to avoid cross-contamination.

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