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The best vegan donuts in Toronto are here! Not too long ago, it was difficult to find vegan donuts in the city. However, donut shops now include these vegan friendly treats. Below is a list of all the vegan donuts in Toronto.
In this article
- Tsuchi Cafe
- Dipped Donuts Inc.
- Machino Donuts
- Tori’s Bakeshop
- Glory Hole Doughnuts
- The Butternut Baking Co.
- Vegan Donuts Outside of Toronto
- FAQ about Vegan Donuts
The Best Vegan Donuts in Toronto
If you have a major sweet tooth but have dietary restrictions then vegan donuts are for you! These vegan donut shops are located throughout Toronto and some outside of Toronto. Which donut are you excited to try? Let me know on my Instagram.
688 College St (Palmerston Little Italy Neighbourhood)
Tsuchi Cafe is a plant-based Japanese cafe that sells cookies, whole cakes and of course, vegan donuts. The donuts have rotating flavours, order ahead on their website.
Dipped Donuts Inc.
161 Baldwin St (Kensington chinatown neighbourhood)
Dipped Donuts Inc is located in the popular Kensington Market area of Toronto. These donuts are made with yeast resulting in a lighter final product. You can find both non-vegan and vegan donuts at Dipped Donuts!
823 Bloor St W (Palmerston Little Italy Neighbourhood)
All the donuts at Machino’s are vegan! Enjoy flavours like Vanilla Shortbread, French Toast and Cookie Monster. If you like traditional flavours, Machino’s also sells Apple Fritter, Cinnamon Sugar and Original Glaze.
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327 Carlaw Ave. (Inside the Fruitful Market – South Riverdale)
The Dounterie is located in the Fruitful Market and have both vegan and non-vegan donuts. The flavours change monthly, check out their website for the monthly flavours!
2188 Queen St E. (The Beaches Neighbourhood)
Tori’s Bakeshop is a plant-based and organic bakery. All of their desserts are baked fresh daily with seasonal ingredients. They sell chocolate and vanilla vegan donuts and have a seasonal donut. Not only do they sell donuts but also plant-based cakes, cookies and cupcakes!
Glory Hole Doughnuts
130 Harbord St. and 1505 Gerrard St E.
Glory Hole Donuts currently has 2 vegan flavours: Chocolate Peanut Butter and Cinnamon Sugar! Both the vegan donuts and non-vegan donuts are available at each location. You can order directly from their website.
Multiple Locations in Toronto and the GTA
All of the donuts at Bloomers are vegan! Bloomer’s sells a variety of flavours including filled and ring donuts. Bloomer’s not only have stand alone locations but they’re also available at Mos Mos Cafes, check out all the locations on their website.
The Butternut Baking Co.
2743 Dundas St W (The Junction Neighbourhood)
Although these donuts are not vegan, they are gluten-free, grain-free, keto and paleo. However, some donuts are dairy-free! If you have a sweet tooth but have dietry restrictions, these donuts are for you! The Butternut Bakery has all the information about their sweet treats on their website.
Vegan Donuts Outside of Toronto
If you don’t live in Toronto but still want to try out Vegan donuts you’re in luck! Both Daddy O’doughnuts and Joughnuts are located in Mississauga (west of Toronto). However, if you live east of Toronto, Crave Doughnuts in Whitby is your best option!
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does Krispy Kreme have vegan donuts? If you live in the UK, then you’re luck because Krispy Kreme has a vegan donut menu! Unfortunately for people outside of the UK, Krispy Kreme does not have vegan donuts.
- Does Tim Hortons have vegan donuts? No, Tim Hortons does not have vegan donuts. However, they have other vegan menu items.
- What does vegan donuts taste like? From personal experience, vegan donuts taste just like non-vegan donuts! They have a similar texture and sweetness!
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Disclaimer: This post was done by my own research. Although I ensured information was accurate, please check with the restaurant prior to visiting. However, 2 vegan donut shops unfortunately have closed: Sweet Hart Kitchen and Hype Food Co.