Krispy Kreme Canada Just Unveiled 4 New Festive Donuts & You'll Want Them All
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Krispy Kreme!
Now that it's December, there's no time to lose in getting festive. Trees are lighting up all across the country, cookies are being baked, and Christmas songs are warming our hearts. One of the best ways to get in the holiday spirit is by indulging in some delicious seasonal treats. This popular donut shop has just released four Christmas treats, and they're the perfect thing to snack on this month. Krispy Kreme Canada's holiday donuts will have you feeling jolly with every bite.
Krispy Kreme is well known for its delicious variety of donuts, and this holiday season, they've baked up something special for Canadians to enjoy.
The chain has released four festive items worthy of Santa himself.
Next time you're stopping in for a coffee and donut, you can enjoy an adorable holiday-themed goodie for the ultimate December snack.
This isn't the first time Krispy Kreme has released specialty treats to celebrate a holiday.
In October, the shop unveiled adorablein honour of Halloween. Now, we can enjoy the same deliciousness in the form of Yuletide goodies.
The Santa Belly donut is filled with Chocolate Kreme and dipped in red icing with glimmering sprinkles. Complete with a hand-decorated belt, this dessert is definitely on the nice list.
Gift yourself a present this year. The present donut is as green as a Christmas tree and features the Original Glazed donut filled with Original Kreme and topped with a bow.
Here's one gift you can actually enjoy before Christmas morning.
The White Glazed With Sprinkles donut is reminiscent of a wintry day with its snowy colour and festive sprinkles.
Bite into this Original Glazed donut dipped in icing for tons of Christmas cheer.
The Reindeer is almost too cute to eat. The Original Glazed is dipped in chocolate icing and decorated with pretzel antlers, sugar eyes, and topped with a red icing nose.
Enjoy these holiday treats from now until December 24, when they must make their way back to the North Pole.