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Why is donut catering such a fun option for offices?

There aren't too many people who can resist a freshly baked donut, and office staff members are no exception! Donuts are one of the most enjoyed catering options for offices, thanks to an abundance of flavor options and the fact that these sweet handheld goodies are simple to distribute and eat. 

While donuts are traditionally considered a breakfast food, they're perfectly suitable for any time of the day. From employee birthday parties to Friday morning treats in the break room, there's really no bad time for a donut!

Specific flavors and recipes may vary between caterers, but most offer a range of tasty options to suit a wide range of flavor preferences. From traditional flavors such as glazed, cake style, powdered sugar, and plain to specialty donuts topped with candy, cereal, and salty bacon bits, donut catering has something for everyone. 

How many donuts should I order?

On average, most people eat 1 or 2 donuts per sitting. However, the exact number can vary, depending on the donut size and whether your attendees indulge in an extra treat or two. To be safe, consider adding an extra 5 to 10 donuts per order to make up for third and fourth helpings. Here are some simple calculations to follow when placing your donut order:

- 10 people: 20 to 30 donuts

- 20 people: 40 to 50 donuts

- 30 people: 60 to 70 donuts

- 50 people: 100 to 110 donuts

- 100 people: 200 to 210 donuts

Should I order anything to go with the donuts?

While donuts are thoroughly enjoyable by themselves, they pair nicely with warm beverages like coffee, hot chocolate, and tea. If you're planning a morning event, you can order additional breakfast-type items, such as muffins or bagels, to give your attendees a few alternatives. 

Is there anything I should know about donut catering?

While donut catering is generally pretty straightforward, there are a few things to consider. Certain varieties such as cream-filled or frosted donuts may need to be refrigerated after sitting out for a while or stored in a cool area.

If anyone in your group has dietary sensitivities or allergies to ingredients like nuts or wheat, be sure to let your catering manager know so they can accommodate with dietary-friendly alternatives. While you probably won't need a lot of utensils unless you order additional food items, you'll definitely want to order plenty of napkins to help keep sticky hands clean.

What are some of the most well-known donut shop brands?

Donut shops can be distinctly regional — Randy’s Donuts in California comes to mind — and some have more nationwide popularity, such as Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme.

According to FoodyData, a website that compiles interesting statistics about well… food, Dunkin’ is the largest donut shop chain in the US by a wide margin, with a whopping 7,982 locations as of August 2022. Tim Hortons is next, with almost 600 locations, and Krispy Kreme has around 300 locations in the United States.

The first Dunkin’ Donuts shop opened in 1948 in Quincy, Massachusetts, and it is still in operation. Its original name was Open Kettle and it served pastries, sandwiches, and coffee. A few years later it was renamed and rebranded as Dunkin’ Donuts, which refers to dunking donuts in coffee — yum!