June 3, 2022 is National Doughnut Day. Celebrate with these National Doughnut Day Freebies, Deals and Recipes.
National Doughnut Day is always the first Friday in June, and we always celebrate it with this list of National Doughnut Day freebies, deals, and recipes.
There are a few fun offers to celebrate National Doughnut Day, plus some recipes to make homemade doughnuts too. If you know of any others, be sure to let us know in the comments.
National Doughnut Day Freebies, Deals, And Recipes
All deals are happening on Friday, June 3 unless otherwise noted.
National Doughnut Day Freebies
Get a free cinnamon sugar doughnut in shop on June 3. No purchase necessary.
National Doughnut Day Deals
Get a free classic donut with any beverage purchase on June 3.
Classic donuts include Boston Kreme, Glazed, Glazed Chocolate, Jelly Filled, and more.
BOGO Tastykake doughnuts through June 7. Plus you can get $.25 back per pack from Ibotta.
Hostess Donettes Powdered Sugar Mini Donuts on sale for $2 a pack.
$.25 back when you buy Tastykake products or $.75 back when you buy Pillsbury Funfetti Donut Mix. You must be signed up for Ibotta (join for free here) to get the rebate.
Get a free doughnut of your choice. Any doughnut, all day on June 3. No purchase necessary.
You can also get a dozen original glazed doughnuts for $1 when you buy any dozen. If you’re ordering online, use the code BOGO1 at checkout.
Publix sour cream cake doughnuts, 6 count pack, on sale for $3.29.
Get a free donut when you buy a donut in the Tim’s app or online from May 30 to June 5. At participating US restaurants only. Not valid in Canada.
National Doughnut Day Sweepstakes
Tag a photo with #HowIDonut for a chance to win doughnuts for a year. Winner selected on National Doughnut Day.
National Doughnut Day Recipes
Bacon, Egg, And Cheese Doughnut Breakfast Sandwich
Breakfast sandwiches are a great way to start your day. But who needs a classic breakfast sandwich on National Doughnut Day? Not you.
Instead, make our Bacon, Egg, And Cheese Doughnut Breakfast Sandwich. This breakfast sandwich uses a glazed doughnut, cut in half, instead of sandwich bread.
It’s so good.
Rich, delicious, sweet, and potentially enough calories to last you until dinner. This is definitely a special occasion sandwich, and National Doughnut Day is a special occasion.
If you wanted to make a vegetarian version of this breakfast sandwich, just skip the bacon.
Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts
This is a little less of a recipe and more of a Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts tutorial. But it still fits in this category.
You can start with a dozen store-bought doughnuts, or you can make your own homemade doughnuts for decorating. Honestly, the decorating takes a pretty long time, so it would end up being an all day project to bake the doughnuts, let them cool, then decorate them like Grumpy Bear.
The decorations are really what turn these from doughnuts to Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts. If you can get that part down, no one will even ask if you made the doughnuts yourself. So really, just use store-bought doughnuts.
I won’t tell.
Homemade Banana Doughnuts
Homemade doughnuts are really easy to make, as long as you have a doughnut pan and a recipe.
And, if you click the pink button below, you’ll have the recipe for these delicious homemade banana doughnuts.
The post is from my wedding blog, so it calls them wedding favors, but honestly, you can make them for any occasion — like National Doughnut Day — or, really, for no reason at all.
The recipe is pretty simple, especially if you’ve ever baked banana bread before. Filling the molds to the right height is a little tricky, so some of your first batch may be a little “off.” No worries. Just use those as the testers.
At least, that’s what I do in this house.
Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Holes
For a lot of last year, we stayed home and I just played in the kitchen. We couldn’t go out, so I would just make delicious treats.
And then I would take half of them, package them up, walk two doors down to my parents’ house, leave them on the doorstep, ring the bell, and walk six (or more) feet away. One of my parents would open the door, we would wave from afar, and that was that.
One of those treats that I perfected, and left on their doorstep, was Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Holes. They’re so delicious and so easy to make.
The only bad thing about them is that they’re so easy to make. So you’ll end up like me, making them all the time.
Or maybe you have more willpower and can make them only on National Doughnut Day.
Just like the Care Bears Grumpy Bear Doughnuts above, this is a tutorial, not a recipe. These Vampire Donuts are made from store-bought doughnuts and decorated to look like vampires.
This is definitely more of a Halloween idea rather than National Doughnut Day but hey. In my mind, we’re still back in March 2020. No time, and fifteen month have passed simultaneously. So do you. Make these vampires for National Doughnut Day and for Halloween and tomorrow because they could all be the same exact day in this time warp.
Which of these National Doughnut Day Freebies, Deals, And Recipes has you most excited to celebrate? Tell us in the comment section below.