Nola's Doughnuts at Beaverton Farmers Market
Siblings Rob and Connie grew up in New Orleans, a city deeply rooted in food, family, and community. So, it's no surprise that their Nola's Doughnuts are such a success. Together with friend Frank, Beaverton Farmer's Market clients are quick to snatch up these heavenly delights.
"We started selling our doughnuts at the Market in 2015. Beaverton Farmer's Market Director Ginger was kind enough to believe in us and support us from the beginning. Since day one, the Beaverton community has embraced us," Rob said. "We make our doughnuts with quality in mind and strive for local every chance we get."
Currently, Nola sells three styles of doughnuts.
La'ssants - La' (LOUISIANA) + ssant (Croissant doughnut)
The flagship doughnut features laminated layers of European butter like a croissant and then fried like a doughnut. It's a labor of love, a three-day process resulting in a buttery, flakey, and rich doughnut.
Nola started making brioche at the beginning of the pandemic. It is a two-day process made with European butter. These doughnuts are soft, fluffy, and have a great texture and buttery flavor.
Beignets (made to order)
Inspired by the beignets of New Orleans, Nola serves these in a smaller size than the traditional. They are so simple, yet so great. An enriched dough fried to a golden perfection and topped with a generous helping of powdered sugar! Paired with a cafe au lait, it's hard to beat.
Come to Beaverton Farmers Market on Saturday and taste the love from Nola!
Beaverton Farmers Market
Southwest Hall Boulevard, between Third and Fifth Streets, Beaverton