Delicious Delights: Our Favorite Lafayette Parish Donut Shops

Celebrate Donut Day June 2 by visiting one of these locally owned shops!

June 1, 2023

Donut Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by indulging in the divine delectable donuts offered by Lafayette's locally-owned donut shops? 

Have you been to all of the locally-owned donut shops in Lafayette? Join us on a delightful donut journey through Lafayette ... plus we brought the jokes!

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Why did the donut go to the dentist? 
(Answer below!)

Rickey Meche's Donut King

Pinhook, Guilbeau, Youngsville Hwy, Rue Louis, Willow St. and Kaliste Saloom Rd.

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Rickey Meche's has been a favorite in Acadiana for decades. Ask a local where they get donuts and 9 times out of 10 it's Rickey Meche's! 

How do you know if a donut is feeling sad or tired? 
(Answer below!)

Cajun Market Donut Co. 

Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, locations also in Carencro and Breaux Bridge.

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Cajun Market Donut Company burst onto the scene in March 2014, armed with fresh ideas, a new concept, and tons of Cajun flavor we decided to create a new twist on the long-established donut franchise. Staying with the flavors that made him successful, Cajun Market Donut Company still offers all the classic varieties you would expect from a donut shop.  From melt-in-your-mouth glazed donuts to cinnamon rolls to red velvet cake donuts, Cajun Market is sure to have the sweet treat you’re craving.

What happened to the donut who played golf?

(Answer below!)

Miko's Donuts (formerly Jak's)

137 Albertson Pkwy, Broussard LA

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Formerly Jak's in Broussard! New name, new logo, same owners! Miko’s is locally owned and operated! 

"THE cleanest donut shop around with great tasting traditional donuts. Everything is made fresh! The flaky buttered sausage stuffed croissants are my weakness for savory and the Mikronut is my sweet. Love this place!" - Victoria F

Is anyone's stomach growling yet? Just me? 

Support our Lafayette-owned donut shops on Donut Day — they not only will fill that "hole" you've had in your stomach, but you can also feel good about supporting one of Lafayette's small businesses that make Lafayette so special.


Happy Donut Day from Macaroni KID Lafayette!

Joke answers: 

Why did the donut go to the dentist? Because it needed a chocolate filling! How do you know if a donut is feeling sad or tired? Its eyes glaze over.  What happened to the donut who played golf? He got a hole-in-one!

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