We’re revealing hidden gem donut shops in North Texas where you’ll find some of the most outrageous and downright delicious donuts around.
With lines often out the door, folks from all over the Metroplex flock to Richardson for a taste and a snap of Sweet Daze Dessert Bar’s eye-catching designer donuts.
We’re talking the glittering galaxy donut, the sprinkles-coated unicorn donut, and the mesmerizing mermaid donut.
Sweet Daze owner Holly Nguyen said, “I think our donuts at Sweet Daze are different than the other donut shops in town because they’re just works of art. They’re beautiful, magical creations that we spent so much time perfecting the recipes and designs.”
On the other side of town, in Lower Greenville in Dallas, Milk & Cream takes a cool spin on the classic donut.
The boutique shop specializes in milk and cream buns, which is cold, homemade ice cream stuffed inside a warm donut. A customer favorite is the blue cookie monster ice cream with cookie crisps toppings.
If you’ve got a bit of a sugar high by now, we have you covered. To balance out the sweet treats, we swung by Back Dough in Denton for some savory donuts.
The Back Dough concept was created by celebrity chef Tim Love. And you guessed it, the pop-up donut shop operates out the back door of his restaurant Queenie’s Steakhouse.
Back Dough has a rotating menu, which includes a barbeque pulled pork donut and a Texas Red Chili with Fried Onions donut.
If you want to grab a bite of the fried goodness, you better jump on it because these decadent, made-from-scratch, not-so-ordinary donuts are only available on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.