Mooshinindy.com Top 10 Spots to Get Insanely Delicious Donuts in the Beehive State By brookekbk 02/21/2014 Salt Lake City News 1. Banbury Cross Donuts (Salt Lake City) EatBYU.com Banbury Cross (705 S 700 E) is Salt Lake City's favorite spot for old-fashioned donuts with a chewy inside and crisp outside. The cinnamon crumb donut and rosette glazed donut are two standouts, but you really can't go wrong with any of your choices at this Salt Lake City staple. 2. Dunford Bakers (West Jordan) YourHeartOut.com Perhaps the most legendary of all Utah bakeries, Dunford donuts (8556 S 2940 W) got their start way back in the 1920s. They've come a long way since then, serving up their classic double chocolate cake donuts everywhere from Costco to 7-11. 3. Fresh Donut & Deli (Salt Lake City) Yelp This no-frills bakery is one of the lesser known donut spots in Utah, but those who know of Fresh Donut & Deli's (2699 S State St) greatness are loyal through and through. Many swear the blueberry buttermilk donut is the best you'll ever have, and the apple fritters are another highlight. 4. Daylight Donuts (Pleasant Grove) The Daily Herald Though they've expanded locations to Sandy, Riverton and Springville, Daylight Donuts (125 State St) was first introduced to Utah at their humble location in Pleasant Grove. Daylight Donuts is a national chain that has the feel of a mom and pop shop. The original Utah location still has lines out the door on the weekend, and they usually sell out before 10 a.m. 5. Provo Bakery (Provo) ThisWeekForDinner Like many of the other donut places on the list, Provo Bakery (190 E 100 N) is a unassuming shop producing donuts that'll rock your world. They've got unique flavors like red velvet and toasted coconut, and a slew of other tasty goodies like orange rolls and macadamia nut cookies to go with it. 6. Station 13 (Lehi) Yelp Set in an industrial-looking fire station, these donuts really take your donut experience up a notch. Station 13 (1325 E Main St) has been compared to Portland's kooky and delicious Voodoo Donuts, serving similar flavors like maple bacon donuts, cereal donuts and other seasonal specials. 7. Vosen's Bread Paradise (Salt Lake City) 10best.com This legendary German bakery just moved to a pretty new location in Downtown Salt Lake. And that's not the only new thing at Vosen's (328 W 200 S): they've been blowing minds lately with the introduction of the "croliner" (croissant Berliner custard donut). This crazy-good creation is comparable to the cronuts of NYC fame, but we're willing to bet it's even better. 8. Country Bakery of Lehi (Lehi) Foodspotting Every small town should have a quaint shop like the Country Bakery of Lehi (172 W Main St). Their square glazed donut is a standout, followed by the German chocolate donut and twisted glazed. The place is packed as soon as it opens, the donuts are always fresh, and customer's appreciate that none of the pastries are overly sweet. 9. Madbrook Donut Company (Clearfield) Yelp If you're looking for insane fritters the size of your head, look no further than Madbrook Donut Company (540 E 1700 S). The donuts sell out fast, and the triangle-shaped chocolate glazed donuts offer a fun twist on the traditional donut. 10. Fractured Prune (St. George) Yelp Fractured Prune (1091 N Bluff St., Suite 101) is actually an East Coast chain that recently made its Utah debut with a location in St. George. The hot, hand-dipped donuts come in crazy colors and flavors like Orangesicle and Peppermint Patty. Subscribe to get the best Salt Lake City stories delivered free right to your inbox. Yes Please! Thank you for subscribing!