Despite the name, Fantasy Donuts, 1739 D Pass Road, serves more than just doughnuts.
They also serve bagels, croissants and biscuits and you can order them loaded up with lots of good things.
Fantasy Donuts is located near the Keesler Air Force Base gate with plenty of parking, and it opens at 4:30 a.m. every day.
The menu includes almost a dozen strong classics, such as doughnuts, long Johns, twists, apple fritters and cinnamon rolls (from 79 cents to $1.39 each). All are freshly baked each day, and you can add a cup of coffee or a cappuccino.
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If sweets are not your thing, then you will be delighted with all the good things you can get sandwiched in-between biscuits, croissants and bagels.
We started with a sausage, cheese and egg croissant ($3.09) and it was delicious.
There are a few varieties of croissants from which to choose, including what we ordered plus ham and bacon.
Soft, fresh-baked croissants filled with breakfast treats are not only a great way to start the day, but also are great for lunch or for an early afternoon snack.
One just wasn’t enough, so we ordered a loaded biscuit that was stuffed with ham, bacon, sausage, egg and cheese ($4.59).
It was the most excessive biscuit on the menu, but the croissant was so good, we decided to go for it. Paying almost $5 for a biscuit may seem extravagant, but this one was good enough for a complete breakfast and was delicious.
I didn’t have room to try a breakfast burrito or a kolach (both $2.49). I’ve eaten armies of burritos, but the kolach was new to me.
Kolache originated in Central Europe, and were typically pastries filled with fruit, but they have morphed in the United States to include savory combinations.
Fantasy Donuts has taken the kolach a step further and added an oblong variety stuffed with a classic American hotdog.
My dining partner couldn’t resist, and she assured me it was delicious.
Fantasy Donuts is a great place for a quick and inexpensive breakfast or lunch.
1739 D Pass Road, Biloxi
Monday -Saturday 4:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday 4:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.