People drive from miles around for Moelker’s fluffy, flavor-packed donuts.
And while the Moelker donuts are incredible on their own, they’ve leveled up their game by serving Engelsma’s apple cider, regular winner of the Michigan Apple Cider Contest by the Great Lakes Ag Expo.
Ever since I’ve had Engelsma’s, I won’t try any other cider. It’s perfect. (I heard once that their secret ingredient might be honey crisp apples.)
About these Grand Rapids Donuts
They make approximately 450 donuts per hour.
Their cider comes from Engelsma Apple Barn and is a blend of 3 – 4
varieties of apples.
Each donut takes 115 seconds to cook for a perfect crispy outer layer with a
light and fluffy interior.
A family farm since 1907.
2) Pair Your Donut With Cider, Hard Cider or Beer at Ed Dunneback
There’s no excuse for not trying an apple cinnamon donut from Lewis Adventure Farm. They’ve made over a million of these irresistible donuts so there’s enough for everyone. Pair them with Engelsma’s apple cider for sale on site and you have an unforgettable donut + cider experience.
About these West Michigan Donuts
They’ve made over a million Apple Cinnamon Donuts and each one is
sprinkled with cinnamon sugar by hand.
The bakery team arrives daily at 4 AM to make fresh donuts.
Kids beg to go to Heidi’s, and not just for their giant tube slide! The cider slushy reigns supreme at Heidi’s. And while getting one of their delectable donuts is all the rage, some people spring for one of their homemade cookies. The double dutch chocolate is a hot seller. (Chocolate goes with apple cider, right?)
Heidi’s signature cake donuts are made fresh daily.
Their donuts are all hand-dipped in 7 tasty toppings.