Where To Find the Best Doughnuts in Norwood, MA

September 16th, 2022 by

Anyone who’s ever bitten into a warm, fresh doughnut knows that these delicious pastries are worth all the hype they get, and then some. With flavors ranging from the traditional glazed to exotic twists and combinations, there’s a doughnut for everyone. At Boch Toyota, we know the importance of a good pastry, and we know that there are plenty of fantastic options right near our hometown of Norwood, Massachusetts. Read on to learn about some of our favorite doughnut stops in Norwood and its surrounding areas.

Donut Express and Cakes

Six colorful doughnuts from a Norwood, MA shop.

Doughnuts by Susan Greig is licensed with CC BY 2.0

Opened back in 1983 in the town of Medfield, Donut Express and Cakes has been perfecting its recipes for years. This thoughtful spot’s bakers craft every cake and doughnut from scratch on premises, resulting in delicious bursts of flavor and freshness. Handmade, fresh-cut, and melt-in-your-mouth all describe chef, owner, and decorator Taeko’s doughnut creations. Hungry yet?

You can even rest easy knowing that the bakery is totally nut and tree-nut free, making it a great spot for those who’d like to try something new without risking any allergy issues. To complete your morning, this spot offers fresh coffee and other handmade pastries along with its doughnuts. If you’d like to take your dough experience to the next level, you can also enjoy custom cake options sure to impress at your next party or event.

Ever So Humble Pie Company

If you want your doughnuts with options, check out the Ever So Humble Pie Company in East Walpole. As this local bakery’s name implies, you can always stop for a pie, including delicious seasonal offerings like peach in the summer. For pastries, check out scones so good that the bakery had to put a limit on the amount that customers could buy.

But don’t forget about the doughnuts, though, which come in a tempting cinnamon variety. For those who love a good doughnut but might want to cut back on some of the grease, these little pieces of perfection come oven-baked rather than fried, resulting in a lighter, less greasy feel. But don’t worry about these doughnuts becoming a health food. They’re still dipped in butter and coated with cinnamon and sugar. With doughnuts and other pastries baked fresh every morning, you may want to run, not walk, to this pie company while the pastries are still hot.

Honey Dew Donuts

Honey Dew Donuts has a variety of locations throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, so you’re never far from your next fix. On top of delightful doughnuts in varieties like apple cider, butternut, Bavarian cream, and even the local Boston cream, Honey Dew always has something for you no matter what you’re craving. Other options include an extensive list of muffins, pastries, and hot, iced, and frozen drinks. If you’re still hungry, you can even indulge in savory sandwiches, bagels, and other breakfast options. As New England’s largest locally owned doughnut and coffee chain, Honey Dew knows what it’s doing when it comes to doughnuts.

Donut King 

If you’d like to expand your doughnut journey into neighboring areas, check out Quincy’s Donut King. With classic coffee and doughnut options made right, Donut King is royalty for a reason. You can also enjoy other pastry classics like breakfast sandwiches designed to jumpstart your day. Customers come back again and again for this spot’s fresh, massively sized doughnut options and its friendly staff. This shop is cash only, so plan ahead before making this worthwhile doughnut trip.

Mike’s Donuts

Established in 1969, Mike’s Donuts is an institution for Boston and its surrounding areas. As longtime owners Bruce and Maria Weinograd explain, Mike’s doughnuts are hand-cut and honey-dipped from a secret receipe dating all the way back to the shop’s origins. You could do worse than grabbing a bag (or two) and tasting the fresh-baked goodness.

Since its opening, Mike’s has expanded its offerings into pastries, muffins, smoothies, sandwiches, salads, soups, coffees, and even ice cream. Whether you’re stopping by to grab a sandwich to fuel your day, or looking for casual lunch options, you’ve found it with Mike. As this longstanding shop expands into multiple locations, be sure to stop by and check out what all the fuss is about.

KNEAD Doughnuts

Located just down the road in Providence, Rhode Island, KNEAD Doughnuts is a great place to enjoy all that New England has to offer. In doughnut form, of course. Enjoy made-from-scratch doughnuts created with local ingredients and a whole lot of love. Options range from classic flavors to more innovative twists like passion fruit or ginger peach. For those with allergies or intolerances, KNEAD creates daily vegan and flourless options. With rotating seasonal flavors and a menu that focuses on doughnuts at all times, you’re sure to smash your doughnut craving at KNEAD.

Country Kitchen Donuts

Country Kitchen Donuts is a New England Institution with a few locations in the Boston suburbs. Described as “old school” with white and red brick walls, a fireplace, and a sitting area, this country kitchen prides itself on being a community staple and a gathering place for locals. The doughnuts are as classic and enduring as the location, with plain and jelly-filled options sitting with your standard Boston cream.

If you’re hungry or would just like to sit a while and enjoy the atmosphere, you can opt for bagels, muffins, coffees, and other sweet treats. The spot’s newer Millis location also features bagel breakfast sandwiches and a few more inventive doughnut options, including cereal and candy flavors like Captain Crunch, Cinnamon Toast, Heath Bar, Oreo, and Fruity Pebbles. Whether you like tradition or trying something new, you can have it all at Country Kitchen.

So, there you have it. Boch Toyota just listed some of our favorite doughnut stops in and around Norwood. How did you find our list? Are there any spots we missed? Contact us today to let us know what you think. We can’t wait to meet you and discuss our favorite dough-y treats.

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