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Dr Dough Donuts launches limited edition box of ten American-style donuts in Sydney and Melbourne

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Dr Dough launches a VERY American new range ahead of National Donut Day – including banana split, apple pie and PRETZEL creations

  • To celebrate National Donut Day, an Australian bakery has released a dessert box
  • The limited edition box of Dr Dough Donuts is for sale until Sunday 5 June
  • The box contains ten decadent donuts in six uniquely American-inspired flavors
  • Flavors include hazelnut pretzel, banana split and blueberry cinnamon toast
  • They are available for dessert lovers in the Sydney and Melbourne metropolitan areas

A decadent dessert box filled with ten uniquely flavored American-style donuts has launched ahead of National Donut Day.

To celebrate National Donut Day on Friday, June 3, Dr Dough Donuts has put together a delicious box of sweet treats inspired by American classic flavors, including apple pie, strawberry jelly and blueberry cinnamon toast.

Dr Dough Donuts will be selling their delicious boxes until Sunday, June 5 for a limited time to dessert lovers in Sydney and Melbourne for $59.95 – less than $6 per donut.

To celebrate National Donut Day on Friday, June 3, Dr. Dough Donuts has put together a delicious box of sweet treats inspired by American classic flavors

The box contains ten donuts in six creative flavors, including the blueberry glazed Captain Cinnamon Toast crunch with cornflakes.

There’s also a Bostom Creme donut with creamy custard and rich chocolate glaze and the apple pie flavor with an apple-cinnamon-filling caramel sauce in crunchy pastry.

The Hazelnut Pretzel variant has a dreamy white hazelnut cream with crunchy pretzels and caramel fudge.

The box contains ten donuts in six creative flavors, including the blueberry glazed Captain Cinnamon Toast crunch with cornflakes.

The box contains ten donuts in six creative flavors, including the blueberry glazed Captain Cinnamon Toast crunch with cornflakes.

More Top Deals for National Donut Day

Krispy Kreme will give away 100,000 original glazed donuts for one day.

Donut lovers can head to any participating Krispy Kreme Australia store on June 3rd to grab a free donut to celebrate.

The deal is only available while supplies last. For more information and to find the nearest participating store, click here

Grumpy Donuts in Sydney encourages dessert lovers to order their specials before Thursday in time for donut day.

Specials include the Bavarian filled with vanilla cream and tossed in powdered sugar and the Choco N PB with chocolate icing and crumbs drizzled with peanut butter.

American Donut Kitchen is giving the first 50 customers who order a bag of their hot jam donuts from Melbourne’s Queen Vic Market online for Friday delivery an extra bag free.

On Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, the market will also feature food vendors offering a range of delicious donut treats, including Jamm’d Dessert Bar, Short Stop, Churro Kitchen, St. Gerry’s, OMG Decadent Donuts, and Pasta Face.

Short stop will celebrate at all three of their locations in Melbourne and Sydney, with a special menu for that day.

To make up for the missing out on celebrating their birthday in years past, they decided to add a batch of Birthday Cake Donuts for customers to enjoy on the day.

They make thousands of donuts for the day, but if previous years have something to offer, it might be a good idea to stop by early.

A strawberry jelly donut filled with fruity jam and there is a banana split flavor with banana glaze, white chocolate drizzle, cream and cherry.

The boxes are delivered in Melbourne and Sydney up to 60km from the CBD for just $5.

For more information, click on here

Dr Dough Donut was launched in 2015 and in just seven years has grown into a company that generates $10 million annually.

Kristy Bannister and her husband Geoff have quit their jobs to launch the donut business that now sells more than 50,000 a week across Australia.

Kristy Bannister and her husband Geoff have quit their jobs to launch the donut business that now sells more than 50,000 a week across Australia

Kristy Bannister and her husband Geoff have quit their jobs to launch the donut business that now sells more than 50,000 a week across Australia

Dr Dough Donuts was launched in 2015 and in just seven years has grown into a company generating $10 million annually

Dr Dough Donuts was launched in 2015 and in just seven years has grown into a company generating $10 million annually

The couple starts their day at 2 a.m. to prepare for the influx of orders — making an average of 500 deliveries with a new order every two minutes.

They worked together in a small “haunted kitchen” in Sydney’s Potts Point, baking the treats available only through Uber Eats.

“On day one, we sold 300 donuts, which far exceeded our expectations,” she says.

Even after the cafe opened, they decided to keep the burgeoning donut gift business open.

Despite the donut market being saturated — with everyone from Donut King to Krispy Kreme and every local bakery selling the treats — their “online gift” with same-day delivery seven days a week was the handy difference for the company.

The couple still starts their day at 2 a.m. to prepare for the influx of orders - making an average of 500 deliveries with a new order every two minutes.

The couple still starts their day at 2 a.m. to prepare for the influx of orders – making an average of 500 deliveries with a new order every two minutes.

The brand now has 25 full-time employees with internal teams comprising production, communications, customer service, marketing and logistics teams and 20 delivery drivers

The brand now has 25 full-time employees with internal teams comprising production, communications, customer service, marketing and logistics teams and 20 delivery drivers

“In the old days, word-of-mouth spread quickly about our donuts because they are so shareable and picturesque,” ​​Ms Bannister told FEMAIL.

“When a box of goodies goes through an office, everyone turns to see what it is.”

Today they offer 10 different flavors and over 20 box combinations.

The brand now has 25 full-time employees with internal teams comprising production, communications, customer service, marketing and logistics teams and 20 delivery drivers.

Customers can shop by occasion or choose from the ‘classic donuts’ menu, with all orders placed directly through the Dr Dough Donuts website.

KRISTY BANNISTER’S FIVE TIPS FOR SUCCESS:

1. Listen and learn from the company you work for

2. You can break into a saturated market – but you need a point of difference

3. You must work hard and be hands-on in all aspects of the business

4. You need to exercise, relax and take time for yourself – sometimes

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