Pumpkin: Pumpkin Doughtnut @ Doughnut Plant

Our Sunday mornings usually start with a walk to the Doughnut Plant on 23rd Street, where we pick up our doughnuts.  Then we head over to Lavazza at Eataly for coffee (and our doughnuts).  If you remember on Friday during my pumpkin macaroon post, I mentioned that I really hoped they were making pumpkin doughnuts.  I actually checked the menu on Saturday, but no luck.  

But as we approach the store, I see the sign…

And it’s confirmed inside when I see the display case and the girl is putting up the flavor signs…

I’d say it was more of a overall fall “spice” with notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, and goodness.  There were some toasted seeds on top of the glaze, which were delicious.  Overall, a good way to start my day.  I like the yeast doughnuts.  Nice and light, with a sweet glaze.  I may have to give the pumpkin cake doughnut a try, that might be more of the pumpkin I was looking for.

2 thoughts on “Pumpkin: Pumpkin Doughtnut @ Doughnut Plant

  1. Your posts make me want to move to NYC and hang out and eat my way around the city with you! Too bad I don't want to do all of that kick-ass training to make all of the eating OK. Luckily, I've been to the Doughnut Plant once and I can relive the memories through your posts.

  2. I try and justify it by saying that I had to walk a mile to get the doughnut, so that sort of helps, right? I am slowly but surely making my way through all the doughnuts. It's almost embarrassing.

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