Naturally Kind Food: Doughnuts

I’ve written about Naturally Kind Food in some of my previous blog posts. They are a family run vegan business making delicious baked goods in South Wales.

During the lockdown period, they have started introducing more into their repertoire which has included doughnuts.

I was lucky enough to catch a post on Facebook a few weeks ago which allowed me to buy a spare box!

As you can see, they look absolutely incredible. I can barely remember what the flavours were as I devoured them so quickly but from memory I believe they were Biscoff, Lemon & Raspberry, Cherry Bakewell and a Sugared doughnut. All of them were filled with delicious jam or curd and it was amazing.

My personal favourite was the Cherry Bakewell. I already love Cherry Bakewells, but combining it with a doughnut was absolutely ingenius.

The doughnuts were so fresh and delicious. The fillings where incredibly and the doughnuts were still soft on the inside but firm to grip on the outside. They were the perfect combination!

All the other doughnuts were fantastic too. Full of sweetness and were delightful.

I highly recommend visiting the Naturally Kind Food facebook page where you’ll find lots of information. Give them a Like to keep up to date on their products and to make sure you don’t miss out on any opportunity for some delicious vegan goodies!

You can read my other Naturally Kind Food blog posts here:

Who Cult Coffee + Donuts in Bridgend [2]

A few months ago, I wrote about Who Cult in this blog post after Tom had brought some back for me. I finally visited the actual shop a few weeks ago so I’m writing again to show you the interior and more of their delicious donuts.

I’ve tried to visit on a few occasions but I usually try to catch them when they’re closed.

We went to pick up some doughnuts on the morning of Tom’s sisters wedding to treat the bridal party to some delicious treats!

Doughnuts, as before, were absolutely delicious and beautifully decorated. Everyone was a fan and loved them.

The interior of the cafe had seating for those who are planning on travel from further away or just want a break, but the decor spoke to me!

They also sell their own branded clothing which can be found in store and comes in a range of sizes and colours.

This was a brief post but I didn’t see the need to reiterate what I’d written in my previous post but I thought you guys would like to see the inside of Who Cult!

It did not disappoint, and Death before Decaf is my new motto!