The 10 Best Doughnut Shops in Montana! By
Folks under the Big Sky sure appreciate a good doughnut. This means plenty of high-quality and creative doughnut shops sprinkled across the state. Find everything from delicious huckleberry doughnuts made from local ingredients to mind-blowing cake doughnuts at these 10 best doughnut shops in Montana.
Granny’s Gourmet Donuts is the only local doughnut-only spot in Bozeman and one of the few in the state. And the doughnuts sure are great. Their doughnuts are fresh, the flavors are creative, and they’ve built a loyal Bozeman following. But hit the ATM first: Granny’s only takes cash.
Folks in Ravalli rave about the doughnuts at Windmill Village Bakery. They’re always made fresh and often inspired by local ingredients like huckleberries and blueberries. Time your visit right and hit the bakery as the fresh raised doughnuts are dipped into the glaze to enjoy them at maximum deliciousness.
If you’re jonesin’ for a doughnut in Belgrade, you’re having your hankering in the right place. New Day Bakery specializes in doughnuts. From raised and cake doughnuts to maple bacon bars and shareable “Big Ol Donuts,” if you don’t find the doughnut you want at New Day Bakery, you’re not looking closely enough.
The Dirty Dozen, the capital city’s only locally-owned doughnut shop, was almost called Supermassive Donuts. The owners, however, tamed their grandiose business name ideas and concentrated instead on making super delicious doughnuts. And they have massively succeeded.
Pulling no punches with their business name, Best Donuts in Great Falls also makes some delicious doughnuts. All doughnuts are made fresh daily in a wide array of flavors. Apparently, customers “dream of these donuts.”
In Billings, folks rely on Heiko’s Bakery for their doughnut hookup. Since their opening in 2007, Heiko’s has twice been voted “Best Donuts” in Billings. And for good reason. With flavors ranging from coconut crunch to Bavarian cream, you’re certain to find the doughnut of your desire.
The Town Talk Bakery in Butte has the whole town talking, alright: About doughnuts. Their five-star doughnuts are made fresh daily and fly off the shelves quickly. As one loyal customer says, Town Talk makes “the best doughnuts of all time!!! Hands down best I ever had.”
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For more than two decades, Black Cat Bake Shop has been satisfying Missoulans’ sweet teeth. Their doughnuts are gluten free and as a plain, naked doughnut or in a variety of filled doughnuts. The flavors change on a regular basis, so you’ll have to pop in to see what’s fresh.
These are some of the gluten-free treats available at the Black Cat Bakeshop in Missoula. Oh man. So good. It's not a gluten-free bakery but they take great precautions. There were a big group of us there to share and these were gone soon. The head baker, Jack Wich, knows what he's doing. And it turns out he taught baking at NECI, the year after Danny went there. And his family bought a horse on Vashon last year. Small world. I love these moments of connection. #glaciermt #smalltownbigeats #visitmissoula #sponsored
The Annex Coffehouse & Bakery is an annex (yes, we know) of the Fieldhouse, a popular Billings eatery. In addition to fine coffee and light breakfast fare, The Annex also dishes up some of the most delightful doughnuts in the state.
Given that their products contain no soy or gluten, it’s impressive how delicious the doughnuts are Rae Rae’s Bakery are. All of the bakery’s doughnuts are tasty as can be, but their cake doughnuts also happen to be organic and dairy free. Good tasting and good for you: Seems like more than you should be able to ask of a simple doughnut.