This Rhode Island Bakery Is Making Doughnut Versions of Your Favorite ‘90s Snacks

The menu has been such a hit that the doughnut shop is extending menu availability until April 2

According to the bakery, the doughnuts are handmade using locally sourced ingredients.

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Providence, Rhode Island, also known as “The Creative Capital,” is home to prestigious schools such as Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design, but there’s another reason to hit up this city, and it’s bound to give you major nostalgia. Artisanal doughnut shop PVDonuts launched a ‘90s-themed doughnut menu this month and it includes versions of your favorite childhood snacks, including Wildberry Pop-Tarts and Dunkaroos.

Throwback flavors include Pop Rocks, Moon Pie, Cosmic Brownie, and Hawaiian Punch-infused munchkins. The menu also has cereal-inspired treats based on Rice Krispies, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and French Toast Crunch.

On top of the ‘90s-themed menu, PVDonuts is also collaborating with Long Live Beerworks to launch its limited-edition Cereal Milk IPA on March 22, which was brewed with oats, fermented passion fruit, and lactose. The brewery is expecting around 50 cases of the release and has limited sales to one 4-pack per person.


The doughnut shop is located at 79 Ives Street and is open Wednesday through Sunday from 8 a.m. until the day’s creations sell out. Be warned: On an average day PVDonuts are flying off the racks, so you’ll need to get there early!