Bigfoot Donuts, Courtenay B.C.

Bigfoot Donuts is one of the few establishments open on a Sunday in downtown Courtenay. A busy community gathering spot.

477 5th St. Courtenay BC Located in the traditional territory of the K'omoks First Nation
27 March 2023 at   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Bigfoot Donuts are said to be legendary!

Handcrafted donuts are made from scratch each day. There are also some savory options such as pizza pretzels and they serve their very own house blend Chai tea and World Community Coffee.
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
A sighting! Bigfoot tracks! This is a good sign and must mean we are getting closer to the Bigfoot donuts.
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Bigfoot donuts has a warm inviting interior, long tables for groups to gather, window seats for people watching or possible Bigfoot sightings!

The name Bigfoot came about as the owners sought to captures the spirit of the Pacific Northwest,...
Bigfoot donuts has a warm inviting interior, long tables for groups to gather, window seats for people watching or possible Bigfoot sightings!

The name Bigfoot came about as the owners sought to captures the spirit of the Pacific Northwest, wild, natural, imaginative, everything they want their donuts to be and also to connect with First Nations legends of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or wild man.
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27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
If you want to see Bigfoot or ensure there is still one left of your favorite donuts by the time you reach the counter, you must Believe.
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Bigfoot's donut specialty is the yeast donut rather than cake donuts. Cake donuts are leavened with baking soda and baking powder, whereas yeast donuts are leavened with, you guessed it, yeast.

From original glazed to chocolate dipped, crullers...
Bigfoot's donut specialty is the yeast donut rather than cake donuts. Cake donuts are leavened with baking soda and baking powder, whereas yeast donuts are leavened with, you guessed it, yeast.

From original glazed to chocolate dipped, crullers and chocolate crunch there was a good selection. There was even a gluten free sour cream donut option.
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27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Here it is - the classic footprint shaped donut dipped in chocolate it looked fabulous.

27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Then there were the cruller's, the chocolate selection and a very delicious looking raspberry lemon bar. I will keep you in suspense until the end as to which one I selected.
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Of course, there were Bigfoot sized tables and chairs, but I couldn't help but notice this perfectly sized table and chair for a baby bigfoot or perhaps a Little Seeker!
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
After some considerable time deciding between the classic bigfoot donut and the key lime pie, the key lime pie won. My friend selected the best seller, the apple fritter. We just grabbed them to go before heading to the Comox Lake trails. We also...
After some considerable time deciding between the classic bigfoot donut and the key lime pie, the key lime pie won. My friend selected the best seller, the apple fritter. We just grabbed them to go before heading to the Comox Lake trails. We also purchased pint sized coffees as well. I barely had time to take a quick photo of the donut, before it was consumed. It was so delicious and so was the coffee!
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27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
Before, you leave get the shirt to say you came, you saw, and you ate the donut.
27 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   477 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J7, Canada
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