Our love affair with donuts goes as far as the mid-19th century. It was said that Elizabeth Gregory, mother of New England ship Captain Gregory, used to cook deep-fried dough made of nutmeg, cinnamon, and lemon rind so her son and his crew wouldn’t have to suffer scurvy and colds during their long times at sea.
She would stuff these delicious morsels with hazelnuts or walnuts in the center. Legend has it that Captain Gregory gave the doughnut its iconic shape when he cut through its center using the top of a round tin pepper box. But what would propel the doughnut into the hearts of future fans is the invention of the doughnut machine in 1920.
By the 1930s, these ring-shaped sweets would earn the moniker ‘the food hit of the Century of Progress’. While nutritionists may scoff at the calorie content, today, people still enjoy a donut – or two – with a hot cup of Joe.
In case you get a case of the munchies, these donut fonts should hopefully hit the spot!
Delicious Donut Fonts
This lovable round sans serif by Daniel Feldt will certainly put a smile on your face. With 2 styles and a total of 11 fonts, its warm, smooth, and overall fuzzy character will cheer you up even in cold months.
2. Crunchy Burn
3. Donuts Kabiren
Love churros? Grab Donuts Kabiren, one of our delicious donut fonts featuring unique features suitable for any display design project.
4. Joyful Donuts
Funzi is a handwritten bold typeface. This playful font was inspired by the idea of spilled ink that spreads and fills the shape of letters. Its smooth rounded corners are comforting to the eye and give a welcoming feeling to the viewer. Funzi is perfect for greeting cards, children books, quotes, posters, invitations, business cards, presentations and more.
6. Mango Font
A carefully-crafted font from Umkatype, the product includes webfont formats, as well as extended Latin and Cyrillic letters.
7. Cookie Dough
Fenotype introduces this expressive sign painting style brush script with three weights. It also comes with contextual alternates and ligatures to easily add variety to your projects.
10. Bloomberg Script
Vastago Studio brings to you this organic typeface reminiscent of traditional handwriting. Use it if you want to a convey natural, bold feel to your packaging, labels, posters, headlines, letters, etc.
11. Honey Pie
Sweeten your works when you use this bold semi-script from Aurelie Maron. This font will look even better when set on a dark background or with a black outline.
12. Donut Shop Font Duo
Playful yet flexible, this font duo by Bora features 2 beautiful styles (Regular and Bold). It’s suitable for almost any theme: from rustic to gourmet, or urban to festive.
13. Donut Derby