OK, I admit it. I ate a Peanut Butter and Jelly Doughnut Plant doughnut the other day. I couldn’t resist. After a day of heavy walking and assault by food at every turn in NYC, without so much as considering eating something unhealthy, my early morning venture into Stumptown Coffee on day two was quite a different story.
There I was well before 8 AM, tired and hungry, feet still aching from the day before, staring into a case full of tasty sweets. As I don’t drink coffee and have been on a no sugar kick for 3+ weeks now, I don’t even know why I was in there. But I had rolled down the elevator from my room at the ACE hotel and well, what can I say . . .
Peanut Butter & Jelly Filled, Organic Orange Glazed or Fresh Strawberry Glazed to choose from. Know this, Doughnut Plant doughnuts are made with the finest ingredients — home made peanut butter, home made jelly, glazes from only fresh fruit and a 100 year old doughnut recipe. If you’re going to go for it, this is the way to go down. I promise you, put Doughnut Plant on your list of must eat foods in NYC.
Available at food outlets around the city and two proprietary locations:
220 W. 23rd Street and 379 Grand Street.
You’ll know them by the square shape and unusual flavors including:
- Creme Brulee
- Mexican Mole
- Concord Grape
- Tres Leches
- Carrot Cake
- Peanut Butter and Banana Cream Filled