Check out this article, it is more recent on that topic:
A donut and any type of bagels are all crap, for all the talk about nutrients, they (the wheat which is the carbs in it) are fortified with vitamins B1, B2, B3, folic acid (B9), and iron, without which they would be more or less empty calories. Decent carb sources are sweet potatoes, rice, quinoa, rolled oats, and veggies and fruit. They are much higher in essential nutrients lacking from most peoples' diet per amount of carbs.
The current though is carb intake is placed surrounding the workout primarily. If more carbs are needed for lean or carb tolerant individuals, then increasing periworkout and breakfast is the first tweak, followed by adding to other meals in cases of high intake.
Shelby Starnes article today has a rough outline of how to go about adding carbs into ones diet after cutting: