Montana February 07, 2019
Take The Montana Donut Trail For A Delightfully Delicious Day Trip
There are two types of people in the world: Those who love donuts and those who hate fun. And if one donut is a good idea, visiting six donut shops in a day or two is the best idea ever. Fuel up on fun by working these bakeries into your next road trip.
1. Dirty Dozen Donut Shop, 1433 11th Ave., Helena
Start your morning in Helena right by stopping at the Dirty Dozen Donut Shop. Our capital city’s only locally-owned donut shop never disappoints.
2. Mountie Moose Bakery, 109 E Broadway St., Townsend
Next, head to the small town of Townsend, where Mountie Moose Bakery sells freshly baked donuts that are to die for. This full service bakery's selection will impress you.
3. New Day Bakery, 122 E Main St., Belgrade
The donuts at New Day Bakery are melt-in-your-mouth good. They're made daily from scratch, and the creative flavors will impress you.
4. Granny's Gourmet Donuts, 3 Tai Ln., Bozeman
No donut trail would be complete without a stop at Granny's. Since 2002, they've been delighting Bozeman with their freshly baked donuts, and if you've never tried them, you're really missing out.
5. The M Donut Factory, 2047 W Oak St. Suite 103, Bozeman
The M Donut Factory is Bozeman's new kid on the block, and it's already become a local favorite. The donuts are so delicious, they even win over Montanans who weren't blessed with a sweet tooth.
6. The Annex Coffeehouse & Bakery, 2601 Minnesota Ave., Billings
Still craving the irresistible sweetness of a donut? We don't blame you. End your adventure at The Annex, an incredible bakery with some seriously scrumptious donuts. Once you've finally had your fill of sugar, you can enjoy a meal at the adjacent Fieldhouse, one of Billings' best restaurants.
These are just a few of Montana’s top donut shops. If you live in Lake County, you’ll want to check out