The only thing better than a donut is a free donut, and several donut chains throughout New Jersey are celebrating the holiday by offering just that. We've rounded up a list of them below. Dipped Donuts will be giving away 400 of the special-edition mini donuts for free from 10 am until they run out. Those who make a donation will get a coupon for a free donut!
From classic glazed to Boston Kreme, chocolate sprinkled, strawberry frosted and more, National Donut Day is every dessert-lover's dream come true.
Salvation Army - Salvation Army will be delivering donuts and hosting events all across the country.
BENNISON'S BAKERY:Bennison's in Evanston will have glazed doughnuts for 98 cents while supplies last.
If you're heading up to Denver, Krispy Kreme is offering free donuts with no strings attached, but only one per person.
"We are one of the few gluten-free options, offering a gluten-free donut that's baked, rather than fried", said store manager Jordan Smith.
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Whether you spell it donuts or doughnuts, they taste the same.
When browned, remove doughnuts and allow excess fat to drip off. Dust with powdered sugar.
Krispy Kreme: Get one free doughnut from the entire menu (no purchase necessary) at participating Krispy Kreme shops in the US and Canada on June 7.
Walmart: For National Doughnut Day, Walmart plans to give away 1.2 million glazed donuts. Whether you'd prefer to go for a freebie donut over at Krispy Kreme, or stick to what you know and fork out for a Tim Hortons, or perhaps you'll even try your hand at making your own sweet treats, whatever you do enjoy it.
National Doughnut Day was created more than 80 years ago in 1938 to honor The Salvation Army "Donut Lassies" who served the sweet treats to soldiers near the frontlines during World War I.