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This California bakery is gaining fame for its stunning donut designs

CLOVIS, CA – For the owner of Dream Donuts it’s not just a name.

This is a mission.

“Whatever they dream of, we can do it for them,” says Tum Oak.

The Oak family has owned a bakery in Clovis, central California for more than 20 years.

But three years ago something changed.

“At first, our donuts had no design. They were ordinary. I wanted to put something colorful there, ”says manager Sremon I.

So she started creating donut designs, searching the internet, coming up with her own ideas.

Some were based on the holidays, others were cartoon characters, superheroes, Disney princesses. If you wanted something for Halloween, she would come up with spider designs, werewolves or Frankenstein monsters. Or a disembodied eye, or a haunted house.

If you wanted a pizza-like donut or a Pac-Man-themed donut if you were obsessed with the ocean or nostalgic for the 90s, she would come up with a way to turn your heart’s desire into a gorgeous design.

However, the most popular design themes remain the classics: unicorns, rainbows, mermaids, Hello Kitty and Spider-Man.

“They come here 2 or 3 kids together (and exclaim),‘ Oh, I want this – I want this! I want that! “

When I published my projects on the pages of the bakery on Facebook and Instagram, they began to create a stir on the Internet. Suddenly, Dream Donuts has thousands of new fans on social networks and a stream of new customers. Some came hundreds of miles to see and taste the donuts shared by their friends.

And their passion is what he values ​​most.

“Especially children, when they come here, (they say),“ My God! So cute! ” And when we hear that sound, it makes us happy, ”she says.

This video and story is based on a report by Vanessa Vasconcelos.


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