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Krispy Kreme Canada's Holiday Donuts Are Here & They're So Festive

These donuts are only available until Christmas Eve.
Krispy Kreme Canada Holiday Donuts Are Available Now & They're So Festive

'Tis the season for Krispy Kreme Canada holiday donuts and the festive treats are now available for a limited time.

There are five special limited-edition donuts part of the holiday collection for Canadians to try and three of them are new for this year.

According to Krispy Kreme's Instagram post announcing the new treats, we're all on The Nice List so that's something to celebrate!

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December 24 last day to get holiday donuts at Krispy Kreme locations in Canada

Returning from last year is the Santa Belly donut.

It's filled with Chocolate Kreme and dipped red icing with sparkly sugar and a hand-decorated belt on top.

The Present donut was around in 2019 but it got an upgrade this year and now a square-shaped one that's dipped in green icing, filled with Sugar Cookie Kreme and decorated with a ribbon of icing and sugar piece that has "nice" written on it.

The new Festive Tree donut is dipped in cream cheese icing with red velvet cake batter inside and a hand-piped tree of icing that's topped with sprinkles and a star.

Also available are the red and green minis with sprinkles and the Holiday Sprinkles one which is the regular chocolate iced just with festive sprinkles.

You can find these donuts at Krispy Kreme locations in Canada until December 24.

Starbucks and Tim Hortons also have holiday items available right now but McDonald's won't be selling their Peppermint Lattes this year.

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