5 OF THE BEST

Dough­nuts The hum­ble dough­nut has had a makeover, with bak­ers putting their own spin on the ever-pop­u­lar snack.

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - LOCAL FOOD -

Pi­geon Whole Bak­ers TOASTED CO­CONUT CUS­TARD $4

Sour­dough dough­nuts are a high­light of Pi­geon Whole Bak­ers’ sweet se­lec­tions and it is one of the best spots in Ho­bart to get your dough­nut fix. The range of fill­ings in­cludes choco­late, dulce de leche and an­other favourite, le­mon curd and fig leaf cus­tard. 32 Ar­gyle St, Ho­bart

Lady Hester PRE­SERVED LE­MON CURD SOUR­DOUGH DOUGH­NUT $6 EACH OR 4 FOR $20

Lady Hester’s pre­served le­mon curd dough­nut is the most pop­u­lar of­fer­ing at the Far­m­gate Mar­ket stall and the se­ri­ous dough­nut lover might say it’s the only good rea­son to get up early on a Sun­day morn­ing. Only avail­able on Sun­day at the Far­m­gate Mar­ket, Bathurst St, Ho­bart

Sweet Envy LE­MON CURD AND MERINGUE DOUGH­NUT $5 EACH

It is a Ho­bart phe­nom­e­non that when Sweet Envy’s Alis­tair Wise starts bak­ing, mouths start wa­ter­ing, es­pe­cially with these sugar-coated bri­oche dough­nuts, which have a de­li­ciously full pocket of le­mon curd and are topped off with meringue. 341 El­iz­a­beth St, North Ho­bart

Queens Fine Pas­tries CIN­NA­MON SPI­RAL SUGAR DOUGH­NUT $3.5 EACH

If you’re af­ter a tra­di­tional cin­na­mon dough­nut, look no fur­ther than this sim­ply per­fect twisted take on the old favourite. Hand­made from a dou­ble proofed yeast dough and coated in cin­na­mon sugar, it won’t dis­ap­point dough­nut lovers. 144 Har­ring­ton St, Ho­bart

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