Ambergre Sloan’s doughnuts are warm, spongy, and fresh from the fryer. You’d never guess they are also whole grain and vegan. The lemon blueberry is covered in a slightly tart, shockingly pink frosting, but you should really try the buzzed-about peanut butter sriracha. The kick of the hot sauce is offset by the especially sweet peanut butter — it’s sugar and spice and everything nice. Sloan also has sandwiches, brunch food (when she’s doing her Little Blue Brunch Truck), a wedding cake alternative, and gluten-free stuff, too. —Susan Cohen Dish (Winter 2013)

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