Salted Caramel Donuts
Our vegan donuts are made fresh, they're fluffy, encased in a chocolate outer with an ultra indulgent date caramel filling. Perfection. You'll receive 6 of them. These chocolate donuts take advantage of almond and flax flours—gluten-free and paleo-friendly, providing plant-based fats, protein, and life-giving nutrients combined with raw cacao for an antioxidant hit. If you know, you know (and you’re back ordering more), these are the best vegan donuts in Auckland. Perfect for sharing (or not) we won’t judge. Serve as is or warm them up in your oven—they’re perfect either way.
Gluten-Free. Dairy-Free. Vegan. Raw. Organic. Soy Free
Our delicious treats take 3 days to make (from when you order).
Auckland pick-up (not available Mondays): We recommend picking up from our Ponsonby cafe if you can - available for collection from 9.30am on the calendar date you choose.
Auckland delivery: takes place between 6-9 pm on the delivery date selected, Mon-Fri.
North Island delivery: takes place the day after the delivery date selected, Mon-Thurs.
Unfortunately, we can’t deliver on weekends or to rural addresses. See our shipping policy here.
Shelf life - These goodies keep well in the fridge for 5 days or freeze for up to 2 months. Take them out 20 minutes beforehand to defrost.
Recycling packaging - You’ll receive your order in one of Chilltainers which you can bring back to Little Bird Kitchen to be recycled. The rest of the packing inside your box is compostable.
Ingredients - Almonds, cashews, flax seeds, dates, coconut oil, coconut sugar, cacao butter, cacao powder, cacao nibs, raw dark agave, maple syrup, cacao powder, freeze-dried raspberries, vanilla extract, salt, tapioca starch, baking powder, baking soda.
Our promise - We source the highest quality organic ingredients whenever possible—99% of the ingredients in our cakes are organic! From the very beginning, we have held using all organic products in the highest regard—foods free from GMOs, pesticides, herbicides, and other chemical inputs used today in conventional agriculture.