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The Food Network To Feature Vegan Donut Bakery

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The Food Network has been giving some pretty awesome love to vegans lately, featuring a vegan episode of “Cupcake Wars” and now it has been announced that its latest show “Donut Champions” will feature vegan donut bakery Mighty-O.

Vegan donuts… MUST HAVE.

The Seattle-based bakery will go glazed donut-to-donut against three other competitors. But we think that Mighty-O stands a mighty chance since their products are all organic, their donuts, glazes and icings are free of animal products, and the bakery is also sure to keep out all hydrogenated oils, artificial flavorings, colorings and chemical preservatives.

“We don’t compromise our ingredient standards, and strive to produce quality donuts that taste good every time,” the Mighty-O website states.

Some of their delicious donuts include classics like the Cinnamon & Sugar, and the Good O’L Glazed, while their more unique offerings include a Lemon Poppy donut, French Toast flavor, and Chocolate Raspberry.

The show will debut this Sunday, April 10th at 8 p.m. on The Food Network, but check out the clip below to see a teaser of the episode!

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