5 Marijuana Donuts You Can Purchase Today for National Donut Day

Today is National Donut Day (or National DOUGHNUT Day, if you’re a fancy speller), which means you’re probably planning on hitting up a Dunkin’ Donuts or Krispy Kreme on the way home from work today. And while those treats are delicious, they don’t contain any THC for a little extra boost from your snack.

Luckily, there are places where you can get cannabis donuts. Here are five places to get cannabis donuts for National Donut Day:


Dronuts are a brand of cannabis-infused donuts that are available in a number of states with medical marijuana. They have all sorts of flavors, including Strawberry Shortcake, Double Chocolate and Red Velvet.

Starfire Edibles

Starfire Edibles are a donut maker that also infuses cannabis into their products. Some of their offerings include a Galaxy Birthday Cake donut, a Key Lime Pie donut and a Cookies and Cream donut. Their products are available in stores in the Los Angeles area.

Maxx Power Edibles

Maxx Power Edibles doesn’t just make donuts. They also make chocolate bars and ice cream. But on National Donut Day, you already know what you want. Maxx Power Edibles has two donut offerings: Medicated Donuts, which contain 120 mg of THC tha come in both dark and milk chocolate, and the Supermaxx Donuts that contain 220 mg of THC and come in dark chocolate.

Babinka Treats

Babinka Treats is a Los Angeles based bakery that is available for custom orders and private events. And they have an absolutely delicious line of donuts that include flavors such as Mt. Kushsmores, Cookies and Dream, Churro and even Vegan Matcha Green Tea.

Kitty’s Munchies

Kitty’s Munchies is another edibles makers that makes everything from cookies to candies to even banana bread. But they also have an awesome line of donuts that use a number of different strains and ingredients. They can also be found in dispensaries in the Los Angeles area.


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