We have rounded up a list of where to find the best vegan doughnuts in Melbourne. With so many to choose you can try a new one each week!
SPRINGVALE, CARNEGIE, PORTARLINGTON, HIGHPOINT, POINT COOK, COLLINS STREET & ROSEBUD.
Daniels Donuts has over 30 types of doughnuts. Of this, there are 8 vegan varieties. Plus, you can grab a vegan pie if you are feeling like something savoury.
With 7 locations across Melbourne, it is now even easier to get your sweet treat.
DEGRAVES STREET & HAWTHORN
After a brief closure of most of their stores, Doughnut time is back with 6 locations across Australia. Still on offer are the 4 tasty vegan options including the popular red velvet “Liam Hemsworthy” flavour.
Crumbs Organic Bakehouse
ASCOT VALE & KENSINGTON
Crumbs is a little known quaint bakery in Ascot Vale that serves up all vegan and organic baked goods. Including, of course, a selection of doughnuts.
Popping up on Flinders Lane in 2018, Weirdoughs is the place to go when in the CBD. With a range of vegan pastries and doughnuts, you will not be disappointed. Flavours change seasonally.
Mister Nice Guy’s
Claiming the title of Melbourne’s first vegan bakery, Mister Nice Guy’s is a great spot to visit in the inner west. As you would expect of a bakery, they have the sweet round dough balls aplenty.
That’s Alotta Donuts
8 Types of vegan doughnuts, That’s Alotta Donuts is one of the biggest doughnut shops in Melbourne! We have over 30 flavours to choose from & Everything is baked fresh in STORE!
Oakleigh Doughnut Co
The Oakleigh Doughnut Company are a modern cafe set in the main street of Oakleigh. 6 of their 26 menu items are vegan, so it’s worth the visit.
A vegan-friendly bakery in Preston, La Panella have a range of classic doughnut varieties on offer. Including cinnamon and jam-filled doughnuts.
Vegan flavours are jam, custard, blueberry, Apple pie, peach and passion, rhubarb.