Dough Nutty

Our favorite doughnuts in L.A.

We never need a special occasion to eat a doughnut. And luckily, L.A. has about a billion ways to find doughy, sugary, indulgent bliss. Here, our favorite fried rings in town, in no particular order.

Red Velvet at SK's Donuts ($1)
Looks like a dark red Froot Loop, tastes like Depression-era cake. It lingers in your mouth after you've left the strip mall where you found it--in a good way.

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Teacake Bake Shop

The cake pop is the new cupcake. The cake/lollipop hybrid has taken over sweet shops and coffee shops nationwide (visit a Starbucks and you’ll see). Now, Gilt City members have the opportunity to create these special confections in the sweet-smelling confines of Teacake Bake Shop’s kitchen. At the intimate baking class, the Teacake bakers will supply you with the ingredients to make cake pops in two of their best-selling flavors: classic chocolate and pink velvet, with coating options including white or chocolate. 

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